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Design

  • Inspired by Spring Couture 2017

Inspired by Spring Couture 2017

January 26th, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: , , , |

The Spring 2017 Couture shows are debuting in Paris this week! We wanted to highlight a few of our favorite looks so far from fashion’s finest runways. 

Atelier Versace

  • Our Favorite Greenery Prints

Our Favorite Greenery Prints

January 24th, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: , , , , |

The biggest design news of the year surfaced a few weeks ago - the announcement of Pantone's 2017 color of the year. The winner was Greenery, a zesty hue reminding us of the refreshment of spring and the hope that new life brings.

  • What We’re Loving: Animal Prints

What We’re Loving: Animal Prints

January 21st, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: , , |

If you noticed our Natural Instincts collection earlier this week, you know we're feeling a little wild at WeaveUp HQ. From leopard spots to snake skin and crocodile hide - the natural world represents an incredible source of pattern design inspiration. Today, we delve into some of the key moments in the story behind the animal print!

  • Create Your Own Fabric Line with WeaveUp

Create Your Own Fabric Line with WeaveUp

November 18th, 2016|Categories: Inspiration, Tips & Tricks|Tags: , , , |

Today, we're talking to interior designer Kimberly Perron, who recently launched her own fabric line! Using WeaveUp as one of her on-demand manufacturers, Kimberly is marketing and selling her line without worrying about order minimums or stocking. Read on to learn about her inspirations and the collection.

  • How to export images as Tiiffs WeaveUp

How to Create an Indexed TIFF File in Photoshop

February 10th, 2016|Categories: Design Basics, Tips & Tricks|Tags: , , , , |

Our powerful Customization Tool allows other WeaveUp users to change the colors in your artwork as long as your design has 12 colors or less. A quick way to reduce colors in Photoshop is by using indexed color mode and selecting the exact amount of colors in your design. The eight steps are outlined below.