How to Make a Repeating Pattern for Spoonflower

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  1. Linda says:

    This is a great tutorial, but my comment is about Spoonflower. I bought some fabric from them at premium prices only to receive dull, faded, not suitable for what I wanted fabric. The colors were not even close to the online images. Blacks were a charcoal gray, blues and greens looked like they had been bleached a few times. I won’t buy from them again. I wrote to them and never even received a reply.

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