Fabric on Demand, whom I wrote about on Friday, has offered to print up a sample for me to show how their process works. All I need is an idea and they will turn it into a fabric pattern. Pretty cool and it's an offer I can't wait to take advantage of.
So before I come up with something on my own, I thought I'd throw this out there to all of you. Anybody want to see something of theirs turned into a fabric pattern?
All I need is a .jpg, .tiff, .bmp, .jpeg, .tif, .png, .psd file of eight megabytes or less and I'll take care of the rest. You can draw something by hand and scan it, you can draw something in Illustrator or another drawing program or you can manipulate a photograph. It doesn't matter beyond the fact that it will end up as a pattern, so think of a small illustration that can be repeated in a pattern.
Here's a sample of some finished fabric Fabric on Demand sent me this afternoon. This design started off as a single image of a peacock feather and will end up a dress for somebody. It's pretty cool all around.
If I can't find a brave volunteer by Wednesday, I'll bang something out myself. There seems to be a lot of interest in this process, so I thought I'd put it out there. Thanks!