Carly Rose is a textile and interior designer with an affinity for vibrant colors, textures, and simple yet elegant construction principles. Carly started working with textiles in grade school when her most readily available creative tools were fabric and sewing machines. Growing up in a small town in the foothills of the Sierras, she was surrounded by craftspeople, artists, and handweavers. Fabric became a natural medium while it was easy to source materials and learn about construction techniques within the community. Her childhood scrap-fabric projects developed into more intricate knitting, handweaving, cloth dyeing, and eventually a degree from San Francisco State in Textile Arts. She studied under artist Victor De La Rosa and Shibori educator/artist Yoshiko Wada. She has worked with the Anthropologie Display Department, Christina Weber at Studiopatro, and Denise Fielder at PasteSF.