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“Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it.”

-Robert Motherwell

Ibu Textiles is a line of hand woven products designed and created by fiber artist Jennifer Fleischer. Based in New York City, she weaves each unique piece by hand. With the use of floor and frame looms, she likes to blend traditional and experimental techniques. This current line exhibits a strong design aesthetic inspired by her experiences finding peace and calm in an urban city. Traveling plays a vital role in her inspiration as well, and the name itself, Ibu, means 'Mother' in Indonesian. She currently resides in Queens, N.Y. with her husband, Nate, and a plant named Clementine.  

Stockists: 

Better Than Jam, Brooklyn, NY

Kitchening, Brooklyn, NY

Kahlo Collective, Westchester, NY

Young & Able, Brooklyn, NY

 Craft Fairs

Renegade Manhattan

Renegade Brooklyn

Greenpointers

Queens Craft Brigade 

Queens Made Market

Queens Tiny Market

NYC Made Market

SOLstreet

F.A.D.  

BUST Craftacular

Artist in Residence

Artists and Fleas Soho October 1st-7th 2018

Articles and Interviews

Interview with CraftJam

20 Female Makers in NYC & Boston to Follow by Emily Shinde

Architectural Digest Best of 2018 Holiday Pop up’s In NYC Featuring Young & Able

Besides weaving, I have done embroidery work for Proenza Schouler. and collaborated on a line of kitchen accesories with the wonderful artist Trisha Gupta called  Two Well Dressed Chefs

* A special thank you to Michellanne Li for helping with the website design. 

 michellanne.com

And

Bryan Chong for contributing some photographs. 

Chongstudios.com


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