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Bunny revenge pattern

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A little bunny revenge post Easter.  I worked up this pattern a very little while ago and did not know what to do with it.  Well, here you go…

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Playing around with seamless patterns again. Thinking of ordering some fabric swatches and making something out of them.

Patterns

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I made a couple of new patterns with my tattoo designs.    And, while reorganizing my files, I found a pattern I had never posted or used.  I really love how this one turns out when on repeat.  After some refining, they will be available at my shop on Spoonflower.
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Hello Gorgeous!

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We finally got the remaining furniture out of storage, and we finally got the two chairs that constituted much of the remaining storage back from the upholsterer.  This beauty here was the gold pressed vinyl arm chair next to the organ in my Grandmother’s house.  When it came to our apartment long ago, the cats loved it so much (that is, loved the pop their claws made in the vinyl) that we ended up calling it the sacrificial chair.

Now it’s back by the organ wearing my custom designed fabric.  This scarab and lotus pattern worked out so well I have made it available for others to enjoy on Spoonflower.  I think I will add some more seamless patterns after I give them another round of editing.  I paired the print with a pseudo suede solid for the bits that would get the most wear, and Walt’s Upholstery did a fabulous job of putting it all together.  He was a joy to work with!

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Seamless patterns

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A little while ago I was playing around with seamless patterns–the manual way.  I had a few sketches hanging around in my folders and I finally got around to coloring this one today.

In case you didn’t know, the manual way of seamless patterns is to get yourself a square sheet of paper and draw on it.  Fill it up to the edges as much as you can.  Now cut your square into four squares and tape them back together so the top right square is on the bottom left, top left – bottom right, bottom right- top left and so on.  Then draw again.   Now scan.

The only problem I always run into is that I use cheap paper which inevitably warps and expands with the moisture of my hands while I’m drawing.  Thus I have no really perfect seamless patterns.  Shucks.

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