Several months ago I took a fabric design class at Makerhaus and spent some time creating a few patterns, but I never created the finished project. My intention was to silk-screen them onto fabric, but that’s a pretty big endeavor, so the projects languished.
After taking the Krypton course I decided I wanted to get back on track with fabric design and decided to send a couple of my designs to Spoonflower just to see how they might look on fabric. Spoonflower is an on-line store where you can upload your designs and have them printed on fabric, wall-paper, wrapping paper, or decals. It’s not cheap – the fabric starts at $15.75 per yard – but you can order test samples and fat quarters for less, which is what I did, so I can see how they look before committing to a larger quantity.
Click here to see how they print on the fabric. I should get my order in about 10 days. I can’t wait!!