Three sheets 2 the wind designs are influenced by the skeletal structure of plant life. The screens are made using hand painted images, then placed and screened individually by hand. The process allows for natural inconsistencies that give each piece a unique look, embracing the one-of-a-kind aesthetic that is characteristic of three sheets 2 the wind designs. The end result embodies the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-sabi, which is defined as embracing a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete - it is a beauty of things modest and humble. 


Since the debut line of her modern, hand-made accessories in 2004, Jenny Sauer has become known for her unique style and distinctive designs that aren't tied to any single trend, style or era. She graduated with a BS in Fashion Design from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning at the University of Cincinnati in 1998. After graduation, Jenny worked for Abercrombie & Fitch in women’s design and discovered her passion for pattern and textile design. After several years she moved from Columbus, Ohio to Chicago, Illinois to work for Heyman Corporation to design children’s wear for the Stride Rite brand. She then returned to UC’s College of DAAP in 2004, to teach Fashion Design and Product Development, while starting her own company, three sheets 2 the wind. In 2010, Jenny began working part-time as a Design Director at LPK, a global brand design agency, located in Cincinnati, OH. Currently, Jenny works as a Creative Director at LPK, leading the Print + Pattern Group. She lives in Georgetown, Kentucky with her husband and two young sons.