The Color Changer feature is unavailable for images larger than a fat quarter (21" x 18" at 150 dpi). If this is the case for your design, you can upload a smaller version or edit your file in a graphic design program before uploading it to Spoonflower. If you don't already have a graphic design program you feel comfortable using, you might check out some of the options listed here: What design tools do you recommend?.
- Click ‘Change Colors’ for the design you want to adjust.
The color changer tool will convert your image to one with 24 colors.
- You can now change any of the the colors in your design:
- Click the color block of the color you would like to change.
- Select the radio button beside the number of colors you would like. Then click ‘Change Number of Colors’ to update and preview the changes.
When you select a number, the color changer will look for the colors that would do the best job of representing your design. Please keep in mind, in the case of a large block of similar colors, the tool will average them. Example: If you choose 6, the color changer will find the best 6 colors for your design and use those.
- Select a color box in the color chart
- Enter a six-digit hex code from a printed fabric color map or color guide. If you enter a hex code, be sure to place a # (hashtag/pound sign) right in front of the number you use. If you do not include the # symbol, the color you've selected will default to black.