Gingezel™ Fashion For Her: Sprout Patterns
For those of you who sew
How would you like thousands of choices of fabric pattern and color for a range of designs; dresses, blazers, t-shirt, and more? Sprout Patterns is a cut and sew company that is part of Spoonflower that lets you do that. Because they are related, all Spoonflower fabric designs are available there. We hope you will choose ours!
Here is an example of how it works using the Victoria Blazer we have designed
Here is what it says at Sprout Patterns:
"With Sprout, simply choose your sewing pattern from our curated collection of indie patterns. Put together a palette from Spoonflower designs that you have created or choose from thousands of marketplace designs. Dynamically fill the pattern, then select your size, features and fabric, and relax while your order is printed and shipped to you by Spoonflower.
Your project will include pattern pieces digitally printed onto fabric, sewing instructions and the original PDF pattern with all sizes"
The way this works is that you have to be logged into both Spoonflower and Sprout Patterns. You can start from scratch, or browse for inspiration. If you are working from a project created by the Sprout Community and want to change it a bit, below the shopping cart button at Sprout it says:
Click on that, and you go into the creation lab where the project, in this case the blazer, was done. Using the number of the design from Spoonflower you can replace the design on the blazer you want to change with what you would prefer. I won't say it is simple, but it is reasonable to do.
For example, the Spoonflower URL for the Apricot Geometric is
The number they mean is
Say you want a much more vibrant design:
Here is what the part of the design lab you want to be in looks like:
In designs for this project, use the number 4164914 here, and press go:
The design shows up below the search.You have to click on the design, then it is added to your Design Palette
Click on use these designs at the bottom of the page.
That takes you back to the blazer design
Apply the new design to the body of the blazer.
NOTE: make really sure on the part that looks like a flat pattern that the design is the way you want. That counts, not the 3D model.
Rotating the image around, you will probably see that while you lined it up carefully on the pattern, it doesn't look quite right 3D. They say trust the pattern. I hope the difference in the images gets fixed! It makes me nervous, I don't know about you.
That's it! You've succeeded! You can save to your projects to decide later if you want it, or buy.
When you go to buy it tells you the available fabric. In this case the available fabrics are:
basic cotton ultra
cotton lawn ultra
organic cotton sateen ultra
linen cotton canvas ultra
heavy cotton twill.
Here is a test print just out of the envelope to give you an idea of the range of Gingezel designs at Spoonflower. Most of these are from the Berry Garden Collection.
Gingezel fine art, designer fashion, accessories, and decorator decor created in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. All designs © Gingezel™ Inc. Gingezel™ designs and art are available worldwide through our fulfillment providers Art of Where, Fine Art America, ImageKinds, Print All Over Me, Society 6, Spoonflower, and Zazzle.
Images of Society 6 products courtesy of Society 6. Images of Print All Over Me products courtesy of PAOM. Images Fine Art America art and products courtesy of FAA. Images of Art of Where products courtesy of Art of Where. Wallpaper images courtesy of Spoonflower. Room and model simulations done in DAZ 3D. Photography by Donald S. Hall.