Your team made the best staff quilt!!!
It makes me so happy that there are nerds working at Spoonflower. :) If the quilt is uncomfortable underneath, you might want to back the lilypads with a couple layers of wool felt (usually cheaper to cut the circles from a thrift store sweater that you've felted in the washing machine). What kind of LEDs did you use? I can't tell from the pics if they're surface mount.
I love your swirled color wheel pattern. I wish art teachers in all the schools had accurate color wheels like yours (and stopped telling kids inaccuracies about the primary colors being red, yellow, and blue).
I-LOVE the dresser project, these patterns are wonderful for many many uses, I really like how the muted-type look and color scheme can make a nice piece of furniture a remarkable piece of furniture! Great work! Congrats!
These patterns remind me of the papers my mother used to line our drawers when I was a child. It's great to see them on display on the outside! The detailed instructions in the blog article were very informative. I might just give this project a go!
Lovely collection and a very creative use of it applied to renovate and refashion the look of the dresser. Your photos showing how to do it are so helpful to anyone else wishing to do the same. Very creative and enterprising.