Spoonflower.com: Weird and Wonderful Eco Fabrics

Spoonflower.com: Weird and Wonderful Eco Fabrics

Kathryn Wright
Jul 22, 2010

We recently stumbled on Spoonflower.com, a beta site of user-generated designs that are digitally printed with water-based pigment inks on a variety of natural fibre textiles. There are thousands of patterns to choose from including sewing patterns for all types of projects printed directly onto the fabric. Here are a few oddball designs that are currently available.

Above from left to right:
1. Retro Glasses Frames by dorokitty

2. Y is for Yabby by Maile

3. Happy Pills by Milktooth

4. Paramecia by jenimp

5. Red Bricks by gluekit

6. Monster Scallop – Boy by jesseesuem

7. Fruit Tarts by decobot

8 & 9. The Chefalopod: Culinary Companion Apron Pattern by sammyk

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