If you’ve ever participated in the excitement of a running race like a fun run, 5K, or half marathon, you’ve probably received a race bib stating important race information like your name, race number and location. To some, this may seem like another piece of paper, but to Spoonflower crew member Meredith, it’s quickly become part of her favorite running memories. Join her today as she shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop to turn your race bibs into a custom running top–sure to get you a gold medal in style!
Sewing your own clothes can be a little intimidating. Spoonflower friend and fashion designer Jamie Lau visits the blog today to share a step-by-step guide to making and sewing bias tape! Follow along as she explains a simple way to give your handmade garments a professional finished edge.
With summer upon us, I chose to work with Spoonflower’s new lightweight Kona Cotton Ultra fabric for my latest design.
One of my top-selling dresses is a relaxed fit ikat midi dress with short kimono sleeves. I wanted to create a new style in the same silhouette using my Striped Blue Gradient print, as featured in these linen-cotton canvas shorts.