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NewSpoon_Front fabric by lshipley on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Laurie Shipley

Surface Pattern Designer and Spoonflower employee.

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Description:

We designed this fabric to fit 1 yard of Kona and recommend it for printing.

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saltlabs

saltlabs says: Congratulations, Laurie, John, and Abbey ! Who doesn't like maps? A lovely design and a fantastic idea – if I say so myself (per chance, did my North America map quilt inspire your idea?).

Posted almost 4 years ago.

kstarbuck

kstarbuck says: When you make this fabric available for sale, you should allow for customer personalization of the fabrics in the letters of SPOONLANDIA. I bet there are designers who would buy this in order to put their own fabrics in place of your choices and use it as a walking/talking sales and marketing tool! hint hint!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

kstarbuck

kstarbuck says: So rare that my first choice wins! This is just a little bit of awesome. Good job, you guys!! You've plugged into the retro trend right on point.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

art_on_...

art_on_fabric says: Congratulations on your win :^D ~ Sylvie

Posted almost 4 years ago.

cunny2009

cunny2009 says: Okay, this is freakin awesome! I would wear this design as a scarf around my neck to bring that little splash of colour and quicky to my outfit. As a fashion commentator and "trend-spotter" I can say with confidence that you have chosen a worthy winner - CONGRATS!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Congratulations Spoonlandians! This was my favorite, I love it.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

pinksod...

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Posted almost 4 years ago.

ottoman...

ottomanbrim says: Congratulations!! Great design!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

cassiopee

cassiopee says: Congratulations!!! I love this design!!!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

snowflower

snowflower says: Congratulations! You guys rock!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: Congrats on your win....such a uber-cool design!! :o)

Posted almost 4 years ago.

darci

darci says: 2013 Staff Fabric of the Week Contest Winner!

darci uploaded a fabric image for lshipley's design NewSpoon_Front :

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Posted almost 4 years ago.

sheila'...

sheila's_corner says: Congratulations!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

snowflower

snowflower says: I am with Lola, I would have been delighted if you used any of my prints. I think Spoonflower is providing such an amazing venue for designers to show their work and I love the wonderful supportive Spoonflower community . Thank you for all you do! :)

Posted almost 4 years ago.

glimmer...

glimmericks says: When a photo of a design is used to create another design, that is what is known as a derivative work and it is not covered under "fair use," regardless of whether it is posted for sale or not. The crediting of designers was done after I requested it and started to identify the artists over on the SF forum. Anyone can buy a fabric, make something from it and sell it as an individual creation - you can't restrict someone from using what they buy in something for sale (UNLESS it is part of the terms of the sale of the original fabric), but they can't incorporate a photo of the art into their own print products (fabrics, etc.) other than as provided for in a terms of use such as SF's usage limitations permitting them to reproduce as required to complete a sale for you, or to use for publicity photos on their website and in news media. If they had bought your fabric, cut out the letters, and stitched them into a quilt, they would be fully entitled to show photos of their work and even to offer each item created with actual fabric of each designer for sale. Noone can create a photo incorporating work under copyright, upload it as their own design and print it - not one, not one hundred times, without obtaining a license to do so from each artist whose work is incorporated into the total. That is the reality of copyright law. If you are fine with them using your art without restriction, then provide them with an unrestricted license to use your work without further compensation. You have the right, however, to require compensation, and/or attribution, and/or approval of the image so that it is reflective of the quality of your work, and/or place restrictions on its reproduction and sale as long as it includes your art in its composition. You don't have to enforce your legal rights, but you have them until you give them away.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

lola_de...

lola_designs says: My design is featured in the last A. I feel like this is fair use. They're not selling yardage of the quilt (I don't think). Spoonflower employees have bought fabric from me, and I believe the image inside the A is a photo of something they made out of it. It doesn't seem much different to me from them using the actual fabric that they bought. They've credited all of the designers, and I'm happy that my design is part of such an awesome quilt.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

kfrogb

kfrogb says: Awesome Design!!!! Love the old postcard feel!!!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

snowflower

snowflower says: Fantastic idea! I totally love it. Great execution too. You guys are so clever...and thanks for the tutorial link.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

fentonslee

fentonslee says: I am also curious as to the legal side of this design, particularly since the images used appear to be photographs of what was in the print room, and not a digital grab of the various users' artwork. It is a lovely design.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

blbl

blbl says: You got my vote! Awesome!

Posted almost 4 years ago.

muhlenkott

muhlenkott says: Yes, Glimmericks raises an interesting legal question. I see one of my designs in the Spoonlandia lettering.

Posted almost 4 years ago.

glimmer...

glimmericks says: Could you please clarify the copyright status of the images incorporated into this design? Have Rand McNally and each of the Spoonflower designer's fabrics that you took photos of all provided permission to use their images in this design AND post it for sale, constituting commercial use. If it had included one of my designs, I would not have granted such permission and I know it it possible that you secured all the requisite permissions, but as a product of Spoonflower staff, I believe you need to set a higher standard for disclosure, particularly since so many individual designs and an iconic brand's commercial product have been used for the basis of this design. It would also be good form to list each featured fabric design with a link to it, since you have used their designs.

Posted almost 4 years ago.