Edited to add: Several people have asked me if they can vote more then once. The answer is no. According to the official rules, multiple votes from the same IP address will be disqualified so they won't go toward the total number of votes received. So one vote per person please! :)
I got an awesome email this morning - I'm a semi finalist in Spoonflower's Fabric8 contest!
Why is this so exciting? Well, because the contest is run in conjunction with Robert Kaufman Fabric. The theme of the fabric is Geek Chic and here is my design:
I call it "Geometry Test Cheat Sheet." The background has math formulas and the pattern over the top is hiding them so the teacher won't be the wiser. ;-)
The prize for this contest is a contract to design fabric for Robert Kaufman. It's an incredible opportunity and the winner is determined by voting. Here's how the contest works:
There were 750 entries in the contest and the fine folks at Kaufman Fabrics choose 100 for the semi- finals round. I'm geeked (no pun intended!) that "Geometry Test Cheat Sheet" is among them! Voting on the fabric designs will only be open until May 15 and the eight designs with the most votes will become finalists.
The finalists will then put up a couple more designs for their collection and then voting will re-open on June 6. The finalist with the most votes will win the contest and go on to create fabric goodness with Kaufman.
So the short of it is that I NEED YOUR HELP getting to the finalist round! It's super easy to vote, just GO HERE and look through the seven pages of semi-finalists to find "Geometry Test Cheat Sheet" and if you like the looks of it, give it a vote. Just a quick note that the name of my shop on Spoonflower is Smudged Textiles Studio. That's my soon to be new business name so I use that there. So the name over the image reads "geometry test cheat sheet by smudged_textiles_studio. (The designs show up randomly for each person so you've got to go looking for it, it's different for each voter that stops by.)