The video below shows how you can convert a photo into a repeating pattern using the free Adobe Capture app.
Instructions on how to use the app and turn it fabric are available here.
In the second episode of Netflix's new design competition, Next in Fashion, contestants had the opportunity to design and print their own fabric.
If you'd like to have a go too, there are on-demand printing websites that can digitally print your designs. Sites such as Spoonflower.com and Contrado.co.uk offer a wide range of fabrics with a low minimum order.
3D printed bike
Introducing the completely 3D printed BigRep NERA electric motorbike
How to Restore Old Plastic Electronics Enclosures
Give new life to old products
3D Printed Hinges
Design and make your own hinges
Direct from Shenzhen – USB-C power supply
Get flexible power from this universal standard
Variable power for your projects
DC step-down or ‘buck’ converters are a flexible and cheap way of getting electrons
Silk filament printing
Shiny plastic for great-looking parts
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