Find out Who Your Spoonflower Designer Crush Is

FEB 13, 2019 updated May 5, 2021
Featured design by erinanne

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  • So wrong! I would never buy those fabrics even at buck a yard. Ad some color to your quiz choices. To some of us trendy and popular is dull an boring. I don’t like white or light for decor. Or cloths. I like kids and pups. Can’t have dirt magnet mud dabbers in your life and light or white in bedspreads and pillows or cloths. It’s why most of my designs are WAC wild and colorful. I even made a prestained group of designs! LOL

  • I think if you want to use quizzes like this (which are a super cute idea!) as a way to help crafters find designers, you need questions about what we MAKE, not just what we like– and vary the \’what we like\’ options a LOT more. The three honestly very pretty, colorful, large-scale, watercolor florals that popped up are wrong for me in terms of why I use Spoonflower, what I like in home decor, what I wear, and what I\’m willing to invest the time into making. They\’re lovely! But they\’re not for me.

    See, when I saw the quiz, I was expecting questions like… do I make my own clothes or shop off the rack, do I use a sewing machine or sew by hand, do I like to decorate my walls with art or shelves full of knickknacks, describe the kinds of prints I look for in three words. You know, something to help me find designers who have good selections of teeny tiny prints for doll clothes, because the reason I use Spoonflower is because finding teeny tiny prints to make doll clothes out of pretty much keeps me stuck in the quilter\’s cotton section of my local brick-and-mortar fabric stores.

  • Already love two of these designers so pretty good choice I think. Thanks for a fun quiz, I will check out the new choice!

  • Aloha y’all. . .
    𝐅𝐮𝐧 𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐳, 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐬𝐮𝐫𝐞…
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    Perhaps you need a few more questions [ or perhaps a few more options ] to narrow the final recommendations.
    Left to my own devices, I’d never purchase any of the three final fabric recommendations.
    I’m looking for 𝒕𝒓𝒐𝒑𝒊𝒄𝒂𝒍, 𝒐𝒖𝒕𝒅𝒐𝒐𝒓, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒓𝒖𝒔𝒕𝒊𝒄 settings.
    * * *
    Additionally, all the clothing choices were feminine… my pick was the only one with denim jeans…
    hard to narrow my male favorites with responses to feminine inquiries… yes?

    • Hi Earl,
      Thanks so much for taking our quiz and we really appreciate your feedback. We’ll be sure to take your comments into consideration as we create more quizzes in the future! – Meredith from Spoonflower

  • Not even close! :/ Defintely an option for ‘none of these’ (or way more diversity in choice) needed as most of the questions had nothing at all I really liked. Love the idea, though.

    • Hi JR,
      Thanks for the feedback! We are looking forward to creating more quizzes in the future and will keep your feedback in mind. -Meredith from Spoonflower

    • Yes, a “none of these” box would be good! Also if it went to a curated collection of lesser known designers rather than just a few well known designers it would be nice for those who don’t get a look in when it comes to features.