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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Yay! Thank you!

Thank you, to the people who helped me pay for a swatch sampler from Spoonflower so I could put more fabric up for sale.

The way swatch samplers work from them, if you want to design and sell your own fabric, is that they will print a bunch of 8x8 inch swatches on one larger piece of quilting weight fabric so you can proof them. Since swatches are usually 5 dollars each, this is the best way to do it. You put the swatches into a collection, and then from your design library, pick view collections, then a button on the top right corner gives you the option to print a swatch sampler.

The prices are set for ranges of numbers, so rather than printing 26 swatches, I filled out the swatch collection with 4 cut and sew swatch sized mini-toys, which should be a lot of fun.

Thank you so much!

1 comment:

  1. Excellent!! That spoonflower looks really cool, it's a shame I don't sew :)

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