Weave 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here are 16 seamless weave fabric patterns for your next project! These are all pretty tiny, around 80 - 128 pixel squares and are tile-able. These patterns might look good for a fabric look or something. The download contains a .pat file that was created in Adobe Photoshop CS5 that will load all 16 patterns. A .png of each pattern is also included for use in Gimp or another piece of software. Hope you like them!


Weave 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

cool

cool

Anonymous's picture

Thanks, these are brilliant.

Thanks, these are brilliant.

Anonymous's picture

thank you so much!!

thank you so much!!

Anonymous's picture

so cool... thank you

so cool... thank you

CW's picture

These are great, but I don't

These are great, but I don't quite understand how to use the PAT file to load in CS5. Help please. Thank you!

modish's picture

Great for textiles! Thanks!

Great for textiles! Thanks!

leigh's picture

Love your work, Hope to see

Love your work, Hope to see plenty more!! thankyou for sharing :D

Anonymous's picture

Is there a way to create

Is there a way to create similar patterns using illustrator?

Bill's picture

Adobe Illustrator may have

Adobe Illustrator may have something to render weave patterns, let me take a look!

Anonymous's picture

Thank you...

Thank you...

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