'Bold Honeycomb' surface pattern design by Veronica Galbraith | Pitter Pattern

Just a quickie to share with you my entry to the latest Spoonflower competition.

For those of you who don’t know, Spoonflower is an online digital textile printing service, but there is so much more to it than that – it’s a community of more than 150.000 amazingly creative, like-minded people. Spoonflower makes it possible for all those individuals to design, print and sell their own fabric designs! This was something, not long ago, impossible to achieve for people like you and me, but thanks to technology and people with dreams we can now easily do it without going bankrupt.

Spoonflower organises weekly themed contests, which are a fantastic creative outlet and a way to get your designs out there, in the real world. If you make it to the top 10 you get your design printed and available for sale, then you earn 10% commission every time that design is sold. You can see all the rules and upcoming contests here.

The latest contest was ‘Geometric Shapes (palette-limited)’. We had to create a fabric design that consisted of geometric shapes and using only two colours, with the optional addition of white. I repurposed one of my prints and this is the result!

If you like it, I wouldn’t mind if you give me your vote… Click on the button below and on Spoonflower click on ‘Vote for your favorites!’ on the right-hand side column and try to find me amid the entries. I’m afraid you’ll need to be signed in but it won’t take you a minute, I promise!

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I am a designer, originally from Colombia and now living permanently in Cornwall, UK. I graduated in Product Design but since then have mostly worked in graphics for print and web. A few years ago I decided to specialise in Surface Pattern Design and I'm loving it!

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