The good news is that sometime tomorrow (Friday) when you visit Spoonflower you will see the new home page of our beta site. Hurray! [We owe particular thanks for getting the machine up and running to a talented fellow named Clinton.] That’s really good news.
The bad news, however, is a real downer. Even for those of you who have signed up for the beta (and thank you, thank you, thank you for doing that), until you receive an email from us containing a password for your account, you won’t be able to register or login to the new site. That’s frustrating, I know.
It’s going to take us a bit of time to scale up our production capacity just to meet the demand from the beta group. While this bodes well for Spoonflower’s future plans, it is going to mean asking many of our merry band of crafters to be patient for a while.
In the meantime I’m going to try to flesh out the FAQ section over the next few days to help answer some of the detailed questions that many of you have emailed. We’ll have a new blog tomorrow as well, by the way. All of the old blog content will carry over with the sole disadvantage being that you’ll no longer be able to tell which of the past posts were mine (Stephen) or my wife’s (Kim). If it had anything to do with crafting, pretty safe to assume it was Kim.