Spoonflower: Designing Fabric

BryeLynn is the creator and podcaster of Sew * Stitch * Create. She is a new quilter. She has a regular format that includes her coffee of the day, what she is doing, progress on her projects and often a lesson. For the lesson she looks into topics using books and the Internet.  She also has a blog, polls and drawings.

I am almost never caught up on her podcast or her blog. I miss the drawings, but the information doesn’t get stale. I was perusing it the other day to try and enter a contest when I saw this great idea for using Spoonflower!

clipped from www.sewstitchcreate.com

I have known about Spoonflower for a while, but didn’t really have any interest in making my own fabric design.  Truthfully, I don’t know where to begin or what to create.  But tonight I had an “aha” moment.  Morgan and I were looking at a pattern for a fabric egg (more on this soon) and she said she wanted one with her name on it.

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I haven’t tried Spoonflower, but I am eager to do so. I have been thinking about making more of the Windham fabric using Spoonflower.

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

2 thoughts on “Spoonflower: Designing Fabric”

  1. I’m curious about how one deal with the copyright issues if you wanted to reproduce an out of print fabric… I suspect that even though it’s out of print, the copyright is still in effect. Thoughts?

    1. Yes, copyright is definitely in effect and I do not want any copyright violation issues. I am thinking about a resolution. I haven’t checked on Spoonflower yet, but I believe there is a private option. I also plan to contact Windham. Perhaps they will put the fabric on Spoonflower and make it available. If they do they would get a cut. The email address is in my dead laptop.

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