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Thread: Looking for Star Trek Fabric.

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    Senior Member JenelTX's Avatar
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    Interesting! Thank you for the explanation. :)

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    I love these ideas. My mom also suggested using a space print and some blocks in Command Red, Ops Gold and Science Blue and quilt the Star Fleet insignia, the IDIC, and maybe the Klingon insignia on the blocks for something more subtle. Heck, I might do one of each!

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    Hi I have been struggling to get star trek fabric and just have found one and ordered a yard.
    http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/141853

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    Star Trek Fabric is Available, Just Expensive.

    Hello,
    I know this is an old post but when someone googles"Star Trek Fabric", it doesn't care and lists this as an option. Then when the searcher sees that someone else asked the exact same question, they are drawn in and trapped, like the Enterprise in the Tholian Web.
    But alas, as mentioned in the title, there are numerous beautiful, very cool Star Trek fabrics available today, the only problem is that they are somewhat expensive. If you would like to take a look, go to this address:

    http://www.spoonflower.com/tags/star%20trek

    I am planning on designing some Trek fabric myself and having it made there. As well as some Dr. Who fabric possibly.

    Hope this helps, it's the only option I know of,
    MikeyJoe

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    Oops, didn't see the previous post when I posted about SpoonFlower. Didn't realize there was a second page.
    Still very glad to see that someone else knows about Spoonflower and their creative abilities!!

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    Wow! This was a great find! I emailed some links to my sister for SMALL projects such as a Kindle case (she's getting a kindle later this year). She is totally a Star Trek geek (goes to fan fests and all). Funny, I thought of Tholian Web for that first one too.
    Current piecing: Zig Zag quilt & LOTL (HSTs done, assembling units)
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmah View Post
    Go for an applique. It is a lot of fun to get creative. You can find lots of images on line and enlarge them, depending on what series he is a fan of. Attached is a pic of one I did, in humor, called " I, too, ride the Voyager" In the lower corner is me with my PLYMOUTH Voyager!
    I love your quilt!!

    Dina

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyJoe View Post
    Hello,
    I know this is an old post but when someone googles"Star Trek Fabric", it doesn't care and lists this as an option. Then when the searcher sees that someone else asked the exact same question, they are drawn in and trapped, like the Enterprise in the Tholian Web.
    But alas, as mentioned in the title, there are numerous beautiful, very cool Star Trek fabrics available today, the only problem is that they are somewhat expensive. If you would like to take a look, go to this address:

    http://www.spoonflower.com/tags/star%20trek

    I am planning on designing some Trek fabric myself and having it made there. As well as some Dr. Who fabric possibly.

    Hope this helps, it's the only option I know of,

    MikeyJoe
    Oh, Dr. Who fabric would be fun too!

    Dina

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