Spoonflower Prints Fabric for Everyone

Spoonflower, a NC-based start-up that prints custom designs on fabric, announced this week that it was leaving private beta and introducing itself to the world. And because we -- under Clinton's lead -- helped to bring their idea to life online, we couldn't be prouder.

We built their application in Ruby on Rails; since its private beta in May, the site has attracted more then 10,000 users.

"After five months of testing, on Monday we finally opened up Spoonflower so that anyone who wants to can register, upload a design, and order custom-printed fabric," said Spoonflower's Stephen Fraser in an email announcing their official launch.


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