Spoonflower Appears on Today Show Segment With Bobbie Thomas

APR 15, 2010 updated Apr 26, 2021
Watch the video on Bobbie.com

Spoonflower mentioned on the Today showHow exciting! Spoonflower appeared this morning in a segment on DIY fabric design on  NBC's Today show. Bobbie Thomas, the Style editor, did the segment, which you can view on her site, Bobbie Thomas Buzz.

To help her put together a dress using digitally printed organic cotton sateen ($24.30 pr/yd), we took a photo of Darci's shoe and turned it into a large, mirrored repeat:

Darci's shoe fabric

Mirroring photos is a very simple way to create unique fabric and it looked great on the dress Bobbie showed on the program. We're hoping to get photos of that dress that we can show you soon!

[Keep in mind that next week's contest theme will be shoes.]

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  • Oh I missed the doggy one!
    Well this was a fantastic bit of advertising…I’m glad Spoonflower is getting mainstream.
    H00ray for custom fabrics in the blink and wink of an eye!

  • I have checked out both of your blogs… they are great…and reading the english one is no problem for me, as it’s my native tongue! (heh!)
    However on the english version it’s difficult to figure out the posting buttons! (Unless of course you speak Czech!)
    Great blogs both languages!

  • Well, as I have quite busy Thurdays, I always get to the good news as the last one it seems but it is fun and exciting anyway. Thank You Stephen for your support. I am thankful for such “advertising”. R
    Winning the fabric contest last week made me to set up an English blog, I changed it in my profile, so from now on noobody should have problems to read my blog… ;o)

  • Yes, we sent Renata's Retrospring design but they didn't really have time to mention it specifically. We also printed some fabric that featured Bobbie Thomas's dog CiCi, but it never made it into camera range.