Flickr pool to make sure they aren't duplicates, uploaded their picks and ordered their two yards.
With 56 participants and this being a new sort of swap, there were a lot (a LOT) of e-mails back and forth about fabric choices and scale. Several Spoonflower designers piped up and offered tips and advice, which was much appreciated.
While looking around and reading FAQs and help, I found that you can order a Spoonflower color guide. $1 including shipping is pretty great, I think. Now I can keep that and use the hexadecimal print to make Adrianna soooomething.
So now we wait. 56 sets of 112 squares are on their way to my mailbox to be sorted and sent back out into the world to inspire past, present and future kids.
We've gotten some questions about more swapping-- Will there be another Spoonflower I Spy Swap? We'll see. I'm thinking maybe it'd be a good post-winter-holiday activity. In case there's anyone you need to nudge for a crafty gift certificate. (I start my nudging early some years.) Maybe I should finish this swap first? I don't know, it's only 6,272 squares to sort out. Wait, WHAT? REALLY? Why didn't I do THAT math before I started this!?