Custom fabric printing/Fabric Blog

I came across this blog while looking for info on place to do custom
fabric printing:
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FWIW, I just designed some fabric to be printed at Spoonflower and am
not completely happy with it - the printing was fine and it washes ok
but IMHO the fabric is too light weight to be "quilting cotton". But I
think if I line my fabric I'll be ok. I am going to spray baste my
printed fabric onto some lightweight white cotton and then cut and sew
the two layers as one.
The blog was a happy find. Amongst other topics every Friday there is a
summary of which online sites are having sales. Could be especially
tempting for those who don't need to contend with shipping across the
border to the great white north!
Allison
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Cool! Thanks for a great idea. I can't count the number of times I've wished for a fabric nobody has designed yet. (Although that does not mean I could design it myself... but it's worth a try!)
I went to the other site, Fabric on Demand, and noticed 2 weights of cotton, 6oz and 4oz. Do you remember what the weight of your fabric is? Roberta in D
On Sat, 15 Jan 2011 23:11:57 -0500, Allison wrote:
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The spoonflower fabric that I got was 3.2 oz, 76x 78 threads per square inch:
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The designing part is a lot of fun! I found a site that explains the basic principals...I'll look for it and post it.
Allison
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