Posts tagged ‘fabric on demand’

My Big Digital Fabric Printing Experiment

Earlier this year Fabric on Demand joined the pioneering Spoonflower in offering affordable digital fabric printing over the internet to the everyday crafter. Soon after, two more services popped up, Karma Kraft and Eye Candey. (Full disclosure: the latter two are also True Up sponsors.) I had a single design printed by all four services [...]

Fabric on Demand

Another digital textile printer marketing mainly to the online crafting community has recently opened for business: Fabric on Demand, based in South Carolina with additional offices in southern California. With custom fabrics beginning around $23/yard, they are more expensive than Spoonflower, but they do offer five different fabric choices (42″ wide 6oz 100% cotton; 60″ [...]