How to print your graphic designs to fabric

The world continues to spin into control. Now it looks as though there will soon be an economical way to create a few yards of fabric from your graphic designs. As they put it, “Spoonflower gives individuals the power to print their own designs on fabric that they can then use to make quilts, clothes, pillows, blankets, framed textile art and many, many other things that might surprise you.”

Imagine the applications for creating one-of-a-kind imagery for presentations, product models, and so on.

Here > Sign up to be invited to test the process…

Here > A collection of what other designers are doing with Spoonflower fabrics…


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