The CoolTools website posted an article about an interesting new service-based web tool called Spoonflower.
Spoonflower gives individuals the power to print their own designs on fabric. The idea is that you upload a digital image to the Spoonflower web site and the company prints the design as a pattern on 100% cotton fabric.
You can see some real-life examples and read commentary on using Spoonflower via thaneeya's blog (like the side-by-side fabric and digital image comparison shown at the top of this posting) or get more nuts-and-bolts details on the Spoonflower blog.
Before you get too excited, Spoonflower is still at the invite-only beta stage, but you can get on the invite list via their website.
All in all, Spoonflower's services look like another interesting tool to add to the exhibit developer's repertoire --- I've already put my name on the Spoonflower beta invite list!
UPDATE: Spoonflower is now open for business to all. So what are you waiting for? Start designing fabric!
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