Emerging Designers use Spoonflower Fabrics!

MAY 10, 2014 updated Dec 16, 2021

The Spoonflower Emerging Designer Grant awards students studying textiles, design, and fashion with credit to create garments or installations using digitally printed fabrics. This past year we have worked with a number of talented up-and-coming designers and couldn’t wait to share some of their work with our community! Take a look at the innovative and exciting garments created by a handful of this year’s grant recipients.

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 Laura Piccirillo– Buffalo State College


Megan Knape– Dominican University


Megan Knape– Dominican University

Collection created using recycled sails + digitally printed fabrics


 Rachel Ciavarella– Carnegie Melon University


 Rachel Ciavarella– Carnegie Melon University


Symantha Perrera– The Art Institute of Chicago


Symantha Perrera– The Art Institute of Chicago


Sera Ghadaki– Ontario College of Art & Design

 Find our more about our Emerging Designer Grant and how to enter HERE!

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