OCT 22, 2008 updated Apr 26, 2021

The baby was eating dirt from a houseplant, my older daughter was suffering through studying for a math test all on her own, and our 3-year old watched an episode–okay, maybe two episodes–of "Curious George" this afternoon because I was completely unable to tear myself away from browsing through the fresh chiyogami Flickr pool.  Oh my!  There are some seriously talented designers out there to be stumbled across!

I was especially intrigued to note that only designs "free to use" are allowed in this pool, though it’s true that they’re intended to be shared for printing on paper.   Click through this lovely group of images to get the specifics on permission to use each design–some have a link to a creative commons license in the right side bar–and for contact information for individual designers. 

Be sure to browse through the fresh-touch blog, too, for more on design and general crafty fabulousness.  Envy-inducing talent of my day–Orange You Lucky.  Just…wow. 

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  • Oh crikey – another website for me to get addicted to! had to stop myself from sitting here all day!
    Love the japanese style stuff – one of my Schemes of Work for school covers Japanese Sashiko – I think I might be investigating this site further – hope no-one objects to me using some of the pics as inspiration -(I am sending an email to “those in charge” to check this)
    I love it!

  • WE can all relate… When I’m on the phone ( and don’t want to be interrupted) My child gets; car keys,cookies for breakfast;my wallet,….extended t.v. viewing. With 5 it’s survival mode!!

  • Does that mean we can use someone else’s art to request fabric from Spoonflower? I don’t know how to use graphic software, but I really want some spoonflower fabric!
    — Michele