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The Design Pool Toolkit

Over the past few months, we have been working on a series of blog posts to help you navigate the Design Pool website more easily. We’re calling it the Design Pool Toolkit. All posts tagged Toolkit focus on our most frequently asked questions. In addition, we also have posts on features you may not know about and general information on how to use the site. This series aims to help you easily use our website as a design resource, whether you’re a digital printer, product designer, or interior designer.

In this series, you’ll find posts such as: How to Request a Custom Color, How to Create a Wishlist, How Does a Licensing Agreement Work, and many more!

There are three easy ways to access the Design Pool Toolkit.

  1. The quickest way to find this series is to search the Toolkit Tag. You can find the tag in the tags column on the blog page of our website on the right-hand side of your screen if you’re viewing it on a computer. If you’re viewing on your phone, you will need to click the icon on the left side of your screen to open the menu.

  2. We also created a Pinterest board devoted to the Design Pool Toolkit. Follow that board, and you’ll be updated whenever we add a post to the series.

  3. Lastly, we added a direct link through Linktree.

Have a question you don’t see answered in any posts?

Please let us know! We always want to make sure you have all the information you need to do your job smoothly. If you don’t see a question answered, ask us! You can do this by leaving a comment on this blog post or DM-ing us through Instagram or your favorite social media platform. Here’s to smooth sailing whenever you use Design Pool!

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Kristin Crane

Kristin Crane has designed jacquard designs for the home furnishing and residential jobber market for many years, with mills in the US and in China. She writes about pattern and design trends for Design Pool from her home in Providence, Rhode Island. When not writing about fabric, she can be found weaving on her Macomber loom, standing over a vat of indigo dye or hiking along the Rhode Island coast.


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