Do you print on fabrics? Or maybe you plan on trying? Choosing the technique of printing on a sewing fabric is a key issue if the effect is to please the eye and be durable.
Fabric printing seems to be surrounded by many “myths and legends”. Our clients often have problems with understanding and choosing the right method, which has a colossal effect on the final result of their work. Whether your project turns out exactly as you planned depends on the choice of the right printing method, medium and type of dye. Since we have not found a comprehensive and substantive summary anywhere on the Internet, we decided to collect everything in one place. We really hope that we will make your choice much easier!
Many of you are wondering about the first easy sewing project. About the one that will quickly yield results, with no strings attached or too much room for mistakes. Or maybe you or your child simply need a hat? Today, we will show you how to sew a hat really quick! For having great and unique pattern on your hat, use fabric printing services at CottonBee 🙂
This time of the year is here again – Valentine’s Day, yay! It’s quite controversial, but whether you care for it or not, it is always so cool to prepare personalised gifts for your loved ones. Handmade is best made, right? So why not to use some DIY Valentine’s Day gifts ideas? Fabric printing is best for this type of handmades – you can use some scraps or pretty swatches printed for 2,49 EUR/GBP!
So if you are plotting to make some last-minute DIY Valentine’s Day gifts, we digged the Internet to find four best tutorials – and they are easy, fast and looking awesome. Perfect for breaking the cliché traditions at least just a little bit.
Say hello to our „Guest post” section – this is your special place here! We want to introduce to you our first guest post, including Ania’s Simeone special story about fabric printing with illlustrations, with a little help of the bees 🙂 Happy reading!
There are a lot of things that can give you a lot of pleasure at Christmas time: baking ginger bread cookies, decorating a tree, fluffy snowflakes falling down…We love them all, but decorating house with Christmas decorations is the best! So why don’t we make today a DIY Christmas garland made from fabric scraps?
You can make this DIY Christmas garland made from fabric scraps very fast (even at the last minute when you feel you don’t have time for anything). It is a great way of spending family time with children and all accessories you need to prepare it are at your home. You will use a lot of fabric remnants and you don’t need a sewing machine! Or you can use some swatches – in fabric printing company CottonBee you can print each for 2,49 EUR/GBP. Could it be better? Let’s do it!