Spoonflower Buzz – page 2

JUL 28, 2008

From the blogosphere…

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Spoonflower!

6 Jul
2008 by wormgirl 

I heard
about spoonflower almost a month ago. Signed up for the
beta testing the same day and got an invite the day after. You can
make your own pattern and have them printed on 100% cotton. The
page is still in beta, but seems like

Heading
forward – http://wormgirl.wordpress.com

Spoonflower

30 Jun
2008 by Rascallion 

There is a
project that I have been meaning to share with everyone for a
while now. I discovered Spoonflower a few weeks ago and instantly
wanted to make use of this fabulous idea. The site is in Beta so
it is fairly new but they have a

Psilology
– http://psilology.blogspot.com/

Spoonflower!

9 Jul
2008 by Kayla Sheeley 

I’ve
just realized, (upon reading about it on some one else’s blog),
that I haven’t talked about Spoonflower yet! Shame on me.
Probably about a month ago, I started to wonder if there was a
website out there that did custom printing of

Kayla
Sheeley – http://kaylasheeley.typepad.com/my_weblog/

spoonflower

23 Jun
2008 by Susan Priolo 

I would
like to start off that I’m not amused with the new changes on
typepad. So my lack of posts are mostly from the headaches of
trying to figure out the new ways to create posts. With that said,
I ordered a small square from

thelittlestitch
– http://thelittlestitch.typepad.com/thelittlestitch/

spoonflower
first

9 Jul
2008 by Terra 

I am printing
these mini diana cameras onto fabric with the help of spoonflower!
why cameras? you ask? well, these little beauties will be an
audrey accessory! cheeeeee oice! it says it takes 3 weeks, ohhh i
can hardly wait!

little
BIG pants – http://littlebigpants.typepad.com/little_big_pants/

Spoonflower

10 Jul
2008 by avie 

I just read
about this here. I’m very interested in printing my designs on
fabric one day and this really peaks my interest, but I have found
little information on it and don’t know how they print the design.

avie
designs – http://aviedesigns.blogspot.com/

Spoonflower

8 Jul
2008 by Rosey 

So, I got the
official invite today from Spoonflower, a beta site that
allows you to upload your own fabric designs to be printed for $18
a yard. I’m excited. I’m nervous. And the thing is, now I want to
spend all day working on a

theclassfish
– http://theclassfish.blogspot.com/

SPOONFLOWER

16 Jun
2008 by Suzy 

Spoonflower is
the new company giving individuals the opportunity to have their
own designs printed on to fabric!! How brilliant is this idea! It
will allow those without the necessary printing skills or
facilities to realise their

Love
Surface Design – http://ilovesurfacedesign.blogspot.com/

spoonflower

8 Jul
2008 by reb 

I’m very excited
to have been invited to join Spoonflower, a fabulous new
American company that allows you to upload your own textile
designs and have them printed on short runs of fabric. Woo hoo! So
I’ve uploaded this one and ordered

purely
decorative – http://purelydecorative.blogspot.com/

customize
your fabric with spoonflower

1 Jul
2008 by Susan Lomuto 

Upload
your original pattern or image to Spoonflower and they will print
it on up to 5 yards of 100% cotton for you to use any way you
like. While the potential for folks who sew is obvious, I also
think this concept can be valuable to

Daily
Art Muse – http://dailyartmuse.com

Outdoor
acquisitions (and a Spoonflower bonus!)

11 Jun
2008 by Melissa Fehr 

Since I
was buying the microfleece for my coat interlining anyway, I took
advantage of the rest of Pennine Outdoor‘s range of outdoor and
sports fabrics to replenish my fabric stash. No, really! Even
though I bought a veritable orgy of

Fehr
Trade – http://www.fehrtrade.com/

Spoonflower

16 Jun
2008 by Ali J 

I’ve just
received my invitation to join the beta group for Spoonflower. For
those of you who are unaware of the site Spoonflower gives
individuals the power to print their designs onto fabric. I can’t
wait to get some fabric made,

Ali
J – http://aussiepatches.typepad.com/aussiepatches/

Spoonflower
anyone?

15 Jun
2008 by Joyce Lucas 

In order
to use their beta program, you have to apply to participate.It
took less than a week for me to get accepted. So, please head on
over to spoonflower and get in on the ground floor of this
exciting opportunity!
The
Pinque, Inc. Diaries – http://blog.cottagecollections.com/

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spoonflower

5 Jun
2008 by Allison Fouse 

Mosaic979098
1. “Mon Grand Ami” Pattern, 2. Morocco, 3. yellow polka
dot, 4. red mushrooms. I recently found out about a new company
called Spoonflower (thank you Lindsey!), and just had to share
this incredibly exciting news with y’all

In
A Nutshell – http://inanutshell.typepad.com/my_weblog/

spoonflower
verdict

2 Jul
2008 by daisy janie 

Here she
is – this is Audrey in her bright, jewel-tone colorway – direct
from Spoonflower. This was the design I submitted to determine
quality, color translation, and ground cloth suitability. Overall,
I am extremely pleased with all

Daisy
Janie – http://daisyjanie.typepad.com/daisyjanie/

Spoonflower

16 Jun
2008 by Ivey Handcrafted 

Oh
my goodness I woke up this morning to an invitation to join
spoonflower. What in the world am I going to make….I can
print my own fabric????? Here is a little bit about spoonflower:
“Spoonflower gives individuals the power to print

Ivey
Handcrafted – http://iveyhandcrafted.blogspot.com/

The
Spoonflower Buzz

13 Jun
2008 by Rekoj 

But all have
rather large set-up fees and, to my research, did not seem to be
worth it unless you were ordering a VW Bug full of yardage. Oh
sweet spoonflower heaven – you may only be in Beta but
already I am in love.

Rekoj
Design – http://rekojrants.blogspot.com/

Spoonflower.com

10 Jul
2008 by Fern 

The sewing world
has been buzzing with news about Spoonflower.com for a
couple of months now. I’ve had an account and my design for a
couple of weeks and have just got around to placing my first
order, two yards of fabric with my own

Craft
Blog – http://craftblog.com.au

spoonflower.

11 Jun
2008 by angela hardison 

Like
others, we’re really excited about Spoonflower. You can upload a
pattern or design of your choice and get a custom fabric printed.
It’s limited to a small number of people for the time being, so
sign up here for your chance to be

seesaw
designs – http://seesawdesigns.blogspot.com/

Spoonflower
Customizable Fabric

6 Jun
2008 by Lily 

Yes! We are very
excited about this idea. There’s a new website where you can
upload a pattern or picture of your choice and they’ll work their
magic and print it onto fabric for you. The possibilities are
endless.
Apartment
Therapy San Francisco – http://sanfrancisco.apartmenttherapy.com/

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