Print your own fabric on demand services compared.

screenshot of websiteThere are a number of services online that will take a digital design and print small lengths of fabric. Unlike the big print houses they provide a service for small runs and do not have expensive set up costs that make it prohibitive for a studio based textile practitioner to use.

Many people know of Spoonflower and Karma Kraft ( added later – Karma Kraft are no longer in business) but did you know about Fabric on Demand?  Each service offers a slightly different product.

 

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6 Responses to Print your own fabric on demand services compared.

  1. Margaret says:

    Hi.
    The link to this article is not working – either link.
    Any help?
    Thanks.

    • sharonb says:

      Sorry Margaret it is an article written in 2012 and the link to the freebie has gone out of date- the person who wrote it is not longer giving it away – I have removed it now thanks for letting me know

  2. Anon says:

    Dang. Karma Kraft looked the best but they’re not taking orders anymore.

  3. Wendy says:

    I have the one you are showing here and I love it. I can tuck it into my bag and take it where ever I go. It is so handy to have and I am always using it!

  4. Helen Hicks says:

    Hello –
    Sorry to report that there is an error in the URL as given does not work. The URL given is http://www.trueup.net/fabric-study/digital-fabric-printing-service-guide-and-giveaway/; it should be http://www.trueup.net/2009/fabric-study/digital-fabric-printing-service-guide-and-giveaway/

    Some browsers convert the given URL into this; other browsers don’t and give a Page not found error.

    The information on the website is very useful.

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