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Becca coordinates workshops and events for the Greenhouse, Spoonflower's classroom and community space.
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Oh, the feeling of opening that Spoonflower envelope and seeing your latest creations come to life on fabric that you've designed! With our SpoonChallenge to create a fabric collection closing this week, we've rounded up some great shots from our... Continue reading
Aw, shucks! :) Thanks so much, Beky! Your quilt is so amazing, and we love being wowed by the talent in the TMQG every month!
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Hi, Nicholas! Thank you so much for your feedback, and I'm so sorry that you are feeling left out! For this contest, Instructables is hosting, and they have lots of prizes available sure to delight folks from all walks of life! Also, no need to have had a wedding before to submit your ideas to this contest! Sketches or a "mock up" project will still make a great tutorial for Instructables, so feel free to join!
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We are delighted to share the Spoonflower Greenhouse, our classroom and community space here at our Durham, NC HQ, with our local chapter of the Modern Quilt Guild each month. This spring, we partnered with the Triangle Modern Quilt Guild... Continue reading
Hi, Natalya! We are so glad you are excited to enter this year's Fabric8 Contest! The initial entry for this contest is a single pattern. The top 8 finalists as voted by our community will then be asked to create a collection featuring 3 additional designs based on their initial entry. The contest is limited to one (1) design submission per person. Please do check out the official rules (http://www.fabric8contest.com/2015-official-rules.html) for the full contest details, and we wish you the best of luck! Happy designing!
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Hi, Abby! Thank you so much for checking in about this! Yes, Moda is happy to provide designers with a written contract if they prefer. The form of the contract will be determined between the winner and Moda. We're excited to see the winning collection take shape!
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Patricia, we are thrilled that you're excited to enter! Happy designing and good luck!
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Hi there! We are delighted to hear that your granddaughter is learning to sew and will be making pillowcases! Here are the Western North Carolina drop off sites for ConKerr Cancer: https://www.conkerrcancer.org/chapters/western-north-carolina. If you need to find a closer location, you can use the "Find A Chapter" section of the ConKerr Cancer website, which is here: https://www.conkerrcancer.org/chapters/chapters. I hope that helps, and thank you so much for supporting such a great cause! Happy sewing!
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We've made it to 4th of July weekend, and whether you're celebrating Independence Day in the United States or just love rockets, red, white, and blue, these weekend crafts are sure to please! Indigo Dip Dyed Dish Towels | Alice... Continue reading
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Today we're giving away a copy of Rachel Low's new book, Girl's Guide to DIY Fashion, along with $50 in Spoondollar credit and a collection of adorable sewing notions from Rachel's NYC sewing boutique, Pins & Needles! Enter by Tuesday,... Continue reading
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This past weekend, our amazing community joined us in the Greenhouse, our craft and community space here at Spoonflower's Durham, NC HQ, to whip up pillowcases for our local chapter of ConKerr Cancer. These lovingly crafted pillowcases will brighten the... Continue reading
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What could be better than a precious vintage camper filled with fabric?! Trailer Stash Fabrics, a locally-based fabric boutique housed in a rebuilt '63 Shasta travel trailer is our new obsession. We are so delighted to host this rolling wagon... Continue reading
Thanks so much for sharing your botanical knowledge! We love the Running Stitch Napkins created by the Purl Bee, and what fun to learn something new about the flowers in the photo! We think the napkins would be a great addition to a picnic anytime of year! :)
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One of the very best parts of warmer weather is taking mealtime outdoors! This weekend, try one of these simple DIYs to enhance your picnics, backyard barbecues and front porch feasts! Springtime Running Stitch Napkins | Purl Bee DIY Indigo... Continue reading
Hi there! Thank you so much for your feedback about the standing of all contest entrants! We have updated the post to reflect how everyone ranked in this contest. We updated the way we share winners in partner contests when our partner chooses the winner with our Southwest Baby Bedding contest, and it was an oversight on our part not to include the rank of entrants beyond the top ten. We are updating that post with the rest of the standing, as well. We so appreciate your feedback on this, and thank you so much for being part of the Spoonflower community!
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Hi Laura and Ruth! Thank you both so much for your question. The Style Guide was provided as a set of guidelines to help folks understand what CWDkids considers a successful print for their pajamas. This was not intended as a set of hard and fast rules, but we wanted to clarify what our partners were seeking and would ultimately need from the winner. We apologize for the misconception and will be sure to state more clearly that this is the intention of the style guide in future contests.
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Hi there! The Style Guide is in place purely as a guide, not meant to be restrictive but simply to inform what works best within the CWDkids brand aesthetic. It is meant to be helpful and provide inspiration. Once a winner is chosen, CWDkids will work with the winning design if it's necessary to tweak it for production (reducing colors, changing scale, etc.). We feel that the fat quarter preview provides a better context for how these designs will appear when featured in childrenswear. I hope this helps!
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Thank you so much for checking in about this! We feel that given the larger scale desired for easily recognizable elements on pajamas for kids, a fat quarter view is most appropriate. If you check out the detailed images in the Style Guide (http://blog.spoonflower.com/cwdkids-style-guide.html), you will find a handy visual for the sizing of design elements, including photos of the finished pajamas for a more holistic view of the scale. Please do let us know if you have additional questions by writing help@spoonflower.com! Thanks so much!
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Nothing says "I love you" quite like a handmade gift, and who better to spoil with crafty treats than our favorite finned, feathered, or furry friends? Show your pets some love and reverence with these DIYs and fabrics – they're... Continue reading
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We are so excited to partner with CWDkids and the members of our amazing creative community to create a unique new line of childrenswear! CWDkids has offered high-quality, unique childrenswear for over 25 years. They’re seeking our community’s fresh take... Continue reading
Yes, Amelia! You are good to go!
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Thank you so much for sharing this project with your family, Kathy. The team behind Wrap Your Head Around It is so incredible, and seeing this project unfold was truly amazing. I am so glad that you enjoyed the video.
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Spring is simply busting at the seams, and we are delighted to be revisiting and updating our favorite outfits for warmer weather. Whip up a new statement piece (or 5!) for your wardrobe with these lovely, simple sewing projects! How... Continue reading
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If you can’t make it to the Greenhouse for Spoonflower Basics, we can bring Spoonflower Basics to you! Yep, it's true-- we have made our popular and very informative class available online. Just download the class kit with an instructor’s... Continue reading
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A team of stitchers joined us this January for a Greenhouse sew-in to create 200 handprinted and dyed silk scarves for Wrap Your Head Around It, a community art project creating wearable textiles from silks printed with the poems from... Continue reading