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spoonflower | Attack of the seam ripper

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the5.47%
sewing2.73%
and2.73%
knitting1.95%
patterns1.95%
fabric1.95%
about1.56%
one1.17%
for1.17%
their1.17%

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Home Sewing Knitting About me Contact Seam rippers slipping knitting needles stabbing scissors snapping adversely and sewing machine needles breaking and flying off across the room dressmaking is indeed a dangerous hobby Follow Camille s incredible adventures in sewing knitting and general stuff making as she keeps pushing the limits of good taste in clothes Search for Categories Inspiration Knitting Dyeing Knitting Bobbin Pattern Junkie Pauline Alice Selfish Seamstress Sew I Thought Sewaholic Tilly and the buttons Posts matching Back in May I was invited by my neighbors from Sprout Patterns to take a tour of the Spoonflower HQ right next to where I live in North Carolina If you don& 8217 t know Spoonflower yet it is the leading company for on demand printed fabric Their website lets you pick a fabric quality and print your own design or choose one in their gigantic design library Sprout Patterns is one of the new services they offer which launched last year Its concept combining the fabric printing capabilities of Spoonflower with a curated selection of indie patterns to offer customized sewing project kits These come in the form of fabric yardage with pre printed pattern pieces that you just have to cut along the lines At first I had mixed feelings about this idea On the one side I am generally skeptical about pre cut fabric or patterns such as †the kits offered by the French company Eglantine et Zo√© or the iron on patterns from Made in Me Couture as they prevent from making any sort of adjustments On the other hand I am super passionate about the intersection of sewing and technology 3D garment modeling automated print pattern cutting layout generation etc I was thus very curious to try their product first hand so when Nicole and Caroline offered to send me a project to review for free I said yes Read more 27 Comments Posted in Sewing Sewing Finished Objects