Are you excited about Spoonflower’s recent addition of Fleece, but not sure what to make? Fleece is remarkably easy to work with, prints vivid color and high detail, and doesn't fray! Spoonflower’s Senior Graphic Designer, Robin, is here to show us how to make a custom zippered laptop case using a combination of Fleece and Eco Canvas.
You can tell a great deal about a person from the contents of their bag. Day in and day out, we carry with us necessities, provisions, and mementos and, in case that special occasion arises, a handful of bobby pins. Congratulations to Kate Rhees (katerhees) for her winning design, and to the entire top ten list of winners in this week's What's In Your Bag Design Challenge! View all the printed fabrics on our Facebook page today!
1. 346 votes for SUNGLASSES AND LIP GLOSS by katerhees
2. 323 votes for I've Got One In Here Somewhere by theonekierce
3. 306 votes for The Essentials by oliveandruby
4. 290 votes for Everything but the kitchen sink by vo_aka_virginiao
5. 286 votes for keys by ottomanbrim
6. 277 votes for Bag O' Stuff on Yellow by creativetaylor
7. 273 votes for Heels and Handbags by annadeegan
8. 227 votes for Bobby Pins Scatter by mariafaithgarcia
9. 223 votes for First Day of School by christinewitte
10. 214 votes for Goody Bag by meghannrader
Hi there, it’s Mariah from Everything Golden here to share another project idea using Spoonflower’s Eco Canvas fabric. I really love the texture of the fabric and how the print translated.
We recently added a new durable, eco-friendly canvas fabric to our line, Eco Canvas! Made of 45% recycled content, Eco Canvas prints colors super vibrantly and is heavy duty enough for a wide variety of projects, just like this fun beach tote from Sara of Radiant Home Studio. Read on to learn how to sew this versatile carryall!