Announcing SpoonChallenge: Creating a Fabric Collection

JUN 25, 2015

Are you a budding textile designer looking for tips and tricks for creating a fabric collection? Perhaps you've mastered the art of surface design, but still struggle with crafting a cohesive set of patterns. 

WHAT: We're thrilled to announce a new SpoonChallenge together with our friend Bonnie Christine–Creating a Fabric Collection! For four weeks starting July 6th we'll be sharing everything you need to know to design the most beautiful fabric collection. 

HOW: All you have to do is follow along each week to learn a new skill or technique! Sign up for a weekly email full of everything you need to know to get started, or follow along on the blog. Snap a picture of your progress and use the #SpoonChallenge hashtag each week to share what you're learning. You can use this hashtag on any social media site (or just hashtag in your heart and keep your creations to yourself!). 

Are you ready?

  SIGN UP!   

Create your first collection!  

Show off your new skills by entering our upcoming Butterfly Coordinates Design Challenge. The winner by popular vote will take home $100 in Spoonflower credit and a special surface design prize pack! Deadline for entries is August 11th, 2015. For more information visit our upcoming contests page


Gathering Inspiration for a Pattern Collection

A Chat with Elizabeth Olwen

Spoonflower Bootcamp: Checking Your Image Size

Designing a Focal Print for a Collection 

A Chat with Denyse Schmidt

Spoonflower Bootcamp: Free Design Tools You've got to Try 

Designing Coordinates for a Pattern Collection

Interview with Sarah Watson: An Imaginative Illustrator

Spoonflower Bootcamp: Creating a Collection

Completing Collections and Building a Portfolio

Hanging Out with Lizzy House

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