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post #2161 of 2416 Old 01-08-2016, 06:58 AM
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Just wondering if anyone from Canada has ordered from Spoonflower lately? Just wondering what people were getting charged for shipping/duties?
I'm in Canada. I ordered from Spoonflower back in June. I was charged US$6 shipping. I bought two designs, 1 yard each, and a fabric sample pack.

There are no duties on anything made in the US. (reference)

If you make a huge order you might get charged tax, which would just be HST. I've only ever gotten charged tax on something coming through the mail once.
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Thanks for the info cybersaga. I'm just getting to the point of ordering the final details for the theater. Good to know that they don't charge too much for shipping, seeing how our dollar is so weak now.
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Love this thread - one of the best ideas I've ever seen.

In my case - I wasn't looking for acoustic treatments - just a couple of posters to decorate my small Bonus Room theater. So my variations were as follows:
  • I used standard stretcher bars for my frame from an online art supply house
  • I used a heavier material from Spoonflower because I wasn't concerned about acoustic transparency
  • I didn't use any kind of insulation on the back

For my images, I used Photoshop Elements to add the border, adjust the image size, etc. I was concerned about getting the longer of the two posters (North by Northwest, 24 x 60) lined up exactly right, since there was a lot of text right near the border. I wasn't as concerned about the other one - since by its design it was more forgiving. So I had the more forgiving one printed first - got a feel for the degree of stretch - and then printed the longer one. I also added a center lines outside of the viewable area for all 4 sides - so I could very carefully/easily line it up while I was stretching it.
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Nice. What fabric did you use?
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Nice. What fabric did you use?
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I saw this thread quite a while back and am excited to be thinking about which posters I finally want to do now! Nick I will be contacting you shortly. Great stuff in here everyone!
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I saw this thread quite a while back and am excited to be thinking about which posters I finally want to do now! Nick I will be contacting you shortly. Great stuff in here everyone!
I look forward to it.
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I like the mix of horizontal and vertical images...

I did some images for a user here a while back that were all Lord of the Rings themed. All images were 24 x 48. The tall ones were main characters from the films, and the 2 wide ones were a map of the entire LOTR world and the other was one of my favorite images, a dramatic image of "the ring" with subtle but impactful background imagery. The mix of the tall and wide images looked really nice.
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Do you have any images of the Lord of the Rings work that you mentioned? I might be interested in them.

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Do you have any images of the Lord of the Rings work that you mentioned? I might be interested in them.

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Nick...thanks again for all your help with my panels (see previous posts for pictures). Did you receive the PayPal payment for your help?

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Nick...thanks again for all your help with my panels (see previous posts for pictures). Did you receive the PayPal payment for your help?
Yes I did. I show a "thank you" email that I sent you in my send items after receiving the money, but maybe it didn't make it in to your inbox...

Glad it all worked out for you and hopefully to your satisfaction.
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Nick...thanks again for all your help with my panels (see previous posts for pictures). Did you receive the PayPal payment for your help?

Yes I did. I show a "thank you" email that I sent you in my send items after receiving the money, but maybe it didn't make it in to your inbox...
Glad it all worked out for you and hopefully to your satisfaction
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Yes I did. I show a "thank you" email that I sent you in my send items after receiving the money, but maybe it didn't make it in to your inbox...

Glad it all worked out for you and hopefully to your satisfaction.
Nick, for some reason I didn't get it, but no big deal. I chalked it up to the holidays. I just wanted to make sure it arrived and to encourage others here to pay you something for your time if you assist them. Thanks again for all your help.
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Has anyone tried applying the printed fabric over a budget panel? Would two layers of fabric kill the performance. Just asking as I'll probably never get around to building frames etc...

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Most likely you will be just fine. There are some really thick and dense fabrics/materials put over a lot of commercial grade acoustical absorption panels. I can't imagine Silky Faille being a problems, and it is nowhere near as acoustically transparent as Performance Knit. I mean, I would never put Silky Faille covering a speaker, but if it is still good, then the better (acoustically) Performance Knit would be too.
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Has anyone tried applying the printed fabric over a budget panel? Would two layers of fabric kill the performance. Just asking as I'll probably never get around to building frames etc...

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I used the Performance Knit over existing GIK panels with no loss in absorption or diffusion. That said, if you are not looking for much sound treatment and more for the effect I think you could get away with 2 layers. Given the material costs and time you have several choices for budget panels. More information in my signature.

Also, if you have the opportunity to work with NickB. I would highly recommend it. He really is a master when it comes to creating these functional movie posters
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First off, BIG THANKS TO NICK!!!!! You sir, are the man!!!!

Also, thanks to dgage for letting me bounce some questions off of him and everyone who has contributed to this thread. I really appreciate all the information in this thread, it was an awesome resource.

I took advantage of being snowed in this weekend to finally assemble my acoustic panels with the help of my lovely wife. I went with the performance knit, which is almost like an under armour texture for those of you who aren't sure what to expect. I ordered my frames pre-built (24x36x3 inches) from framedestination.com and ordered a 6-pack of 24x48x2 OC703, which was enough for my 8 24x36 panels.

As far as placement, the ones towards the front are covering reflections, the rest are a compromise with the misses who wanted it to look decent and not just be functional placement.







I can tell you, my room sounds different from my MLP, it's a little startling going from a room with bare walls to minimal treatments, but it has shown me just how much of what I was hearing was reflected sound, interesting stuff...
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Most likely you will be just fine. There are some really thick and dense fabrics/materials put over a lot of commercial grade acoustical absorption panels. I can't imagine Silky Faille being a problems, and it is nowhere near as acoustically transparent as Performance Knit. I mean, I would never put Silky Faille covering a speaker, but if it is still good, then the better (acoustically) Performance Knit would be too.

Hi Nick,

What is the Performance Knit? Do you give any link about it?
I live in Turkey, I try to find it in here.


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First off, BIG THANKS TO NICK!!!!! You sir, are the man!!!!

Also, thanks to dgage for letting me bounce some questions off of him and everyone who has contributed to this thread. I really appreciate all the information in this thread, it was an awesome resource.

I took advantage of being snowed in this weekend to finally assemble my acoustic panels with the help of my lovely wife. I went with the performance knit, which is almost like an under armour texture for those of you who aren't sure what to expect. I ordered my frames pre-built (24x36x3 inches) from framedestination.com and ordered a 6-pack of 24x48x2 OC703, which was enough for my 8 24x36 panels.

As far as placement, the ones towards the front are covering reflections, the rest are a compromise with the misses who wanted it to look decent and not just be functional placement.







I can tell you, my room sounds different from my MLP, it's a little startling going from a room with bare walls to minimal treatments, but it has shown me just how much of what I was hearing was reflected sound, interesting stuff...
Looks really good, great to read you found an audible difference.

I have received multiple panels, now just need to get busy building frames. Bought a new miter saw to assist with all the cuts. Should start building frames next month.

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Hi Nick,

What is the Performance Knit? Do you give any link about it?
I live in Turkey, I try to find it in here.


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Performance Knit and Silky Faille are the fabric names from Spoonflower.com, where people have been getting their images printed. They both cost the same, Performance Knit is a little bit wider at 56" vs. 54" for Silky Faille. As mentioned above, the Performance Knit is the most acoustically transparent, but for acoustical panels they both work well. Image quality is great with either one.

The biggest difference is the Silky Faille is more rigid of fabric, and Performance Knit is really stretchy. That means that Silky Faille is generally easier to get words or lines straight, but if something needs adjustment while stapling it, you will most like have to remove a lot of staples and start again. Also, wrinkles are significantly more difficult to remove from Silky Faille and it is recommended to use a "wrinkle release" spray to help.

Performance knit gets rid of wrinkles very easily with just a touch of stretching, but stretch too much and things can get "wavy" looking. If you need to fix some wavy parts, or make adjustments, you can just stretch it a bit more one way or another and just add more staples and most of the time don't have to remove previous staples.

BOTH of them look best when you take your time and can get someone to help you to at least get the staples started. I also tell people to use some masking tape to temporarily hold the fabric in place while you line things up initially. I found it helpful to use a little tape since I was working on larger 24" x 48" panels and didn't have any helpers.
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Just an update for anyone that is going to be looking for some movie poster/image work. I am doing some deconstruction/reconstruction in my home theater the rest of today and for a good amount of tomorrow (Saturday). I am also traveling out of state for work early Monday morning and won't be back until late Friday the 12th.

I just wanted to let people know that I am going to be fairly unavailable for the next week.
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Is there any location that people are hosting these files? I'm just starting to gather mine, but it would be great to have a library of ready to go images to pick from.
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Hello! I just found this thread and love what I have seen. My question is, it looks like for the non-stretch quilt grade cotton, it is only 42 inches wide. I was on the Spoonflower site, and I cannot figure out how to make a 24 X 42 inch print. Also, every file I upload, when I do the preview, it all of a sudden puts "copyright" all over the images. How are you folks doing this? Sorry for the dumb questions....

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Hello! I just found this thread and love what I have seen. My question is, it looks like for the non-stretch quilt grade cotton, it is only 42 inches wide. I was on the Spoonflower site, and I cannot figure out how to make a 24 X 42 inch print. Also, every file I upload, when I do the preview, it all of a sudden puts "copyright" all over the images. How are you folks doing this? Sorry for the dumb questions....
ONLY select Performance Knit (stretchy, but has many positives) or Silky Faille (non-stretchy) fabric from Spoonflower.

These are the only 2 that have been confirmed as good. I've done testing with the original and updated (and now gone) Kona Cotton, Performance Pique, and a few others, but PK and SF both are tried and true. SF is 54" wide and PK is 56" wide.
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Is there any location that people are hosting these files? I'm just starting to gather mine, but it would be great to have a library of ready to go images to pick from.

If you mean images that are "finished" with upscaling, cropping, edits, and borders then not really. Nothing has been made "publically" available as far as I know. Everyone that asks for my help wants things just slightly different in one way or another, so pretty much every image ends up getting customized, even if just a bit.
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I have most of my images selected. I just want to make sure I order right. What size border do I want to put around the poster to fill out the product perfectly on a 24x36 poster? I've seen both 5 and 3 inches in this post. Just don't want to make a stupid mistake.
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I have most of my images selected. I just want to make sure I order right. What size border do I want to put around the poster to fill out the product perfectly on a 24x36 poster? I've seen both 5 and 3 inches in this post. Just don't want to make a stupid mistake.
You don't want to put a border around the image to make it 24" x 36". You want to resize it to something that will yield an image that is larger than 24" x 36" and then crop it to that size. THEN add a border at least 1/2" larger than the thickness of your panel (if your panel is 3" thick, make the border 3.5").

That is the basic idea of what you want to do if you decide to do it yourself.
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