If you’re thinking about creating repeating pattern from your own drawings and designs, you may have wondered what you could use them for.
There are countless possibilities in print on demand.
If you sew, you know how hard it is to find exactly the fabric you want or need to create a great outfit for you or your kids.
But even with home decor, it can be challenging to find the proper fabrics to match existing pillows, blankets, placemats or tablecloths..
When you design your own fabrics, you just need to determine the color scheme to create matching patterns.
I often design collections that offer enough combination possibilities, like for example my “A Day at the Beach” collection, which is available in my Spoonflower shop.
You can add as many patterns to the collection as you like. Even if you just need a solid color combo fabric, you can create that in just the right color.
But, of course, there are other applications.
Cell phone cases, notebook cases, bags
A big trend are cell phone cases and notebook cases, but also foils for notebooks and of course bags in general.
You can create great unique pieces with your patterns from all these products.
Here are a few examples from the “Stormy Waters” collection, which can be found in my Society 6 shop and my Spoonflower Shop.
Home decor includes pillows, bedding, tablecloths, place mats, curtains, rugs but also tea towels or aprons can be printed with patterns all over.
The examples here are from my Society6 shop.
And last but not least wallpaper
While placement prints are also possible on some home decor articles, wallpaper should usually be available as a repeating pattern repeat (except for photo and motif wallpapers).
But don’t worry, the print on demand service providers specify exactly which repeat width is required. In some cases, the repeat is automatically set to the correct width when uploaded. So it’s worth a try.
The two wallpaper examples are also from my Spoonflower Shop.
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