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We were only sad that we didn’t have time to sew all of the top ten before we announced the results of the contest. Can you describe examples of the most unusual designs and patterns you’ve encountered? Spoonflower holds over two million surface designs, only a fraction of which are public and can be viewed in our marketplace.But even among the public designs there are a lot of candidates vying for most unusual.Gart and I were absolutely thrilled when we heard about the award. Getting to meet Martha Stewart and the other honorees was a thrill, as well as very inspiring.The textile business in the US is usually talked about in the past tense, and almost never in the context of technology businesses, so to be recognized as a technology business that has contributed to the resurgence in American manufacturing was really gratifying. Apart from the award winners themselves, the event was full of other entrepreneurs from NYC and elsewhere who represented a wealth of creativity across all kinds of products.Three words to describe the American Made experience in NYC? At the opening event of the American Made exhibit at Grand Central, I had the unexpected pleasure of meeting Troy Ball, the founder of a distillery here in the mountains of our home state of North Carolina.In addition to trying Troy’s artisan moonshine for the first time, I got to sample some truly amazing food!
The paper itself is beautiful and quite heavy compared to most store bought gift wrap.
If I could design my own fabric.” As an Internet geek, I found it really strange that she couldn’t design her own fabric — after all, the Internet had already spawned a world where you could customize almost anything, from t-shirts to photo books.
A few months later, at the beginning of 2008, I sat down for coffee with a friend, Gart Davis, and we decided to experiment with launching a print-on-demand fabric service.
How did Spoonflower begin and where did the name come from? Unlike me, she is someone who sews and has always had a passion for fabric.
Back in 2007, Kim was hatching a plan to make new curtains for our den and she said something along the lines of, “You know what would be cool?
As a creative, chances are the thought, “if only I could design my own wallpaper, fabric, wrapping paper, etc.