Now with a 4-color option, I don’t think any more colors can be crammed into this swatch.
This is the 3-color version of the same pattern I’ve offered already.
The same x-shape burst pattern as before but now with a two-color option.
I based this pattern on one I’ve stared at a lot, lately—except its negative space is plus-shaped instead of x-shaped.
A less common houndstooth pattern, this one resembles a checker board. I have more houndstooth.
A recreation the purple and green carpet pattern seen in the Overlook Hotel’s room 237 from Kubrick’s The Shining. Looking for the hexagonal carpet pattern?
A houndstooth pattern simulating the stitching effect that thread makes. Check out the other free houndstooth patterns I have!
My first take on a wicker pattern I saw in a Tuts+ tutorial. This one uses gradients but I am looking to make one that uses narrow forms and solid fills since I believe that will save on file size. Just look at that embed code!
Featured here is a simple swatch based on the black & white flooring seen in the lodges. Put another way: derutaef ereh si a elpmis hctaws desab no eht kcalb & etihw gniroolf nees ni eht segdol. This not the first time I’ve paid homage to Twin Peaks.
This swatch is based on the iconic carpet pattern featured in the The Shining (1980). I think there’s something entrancing by its simplicity and repetition. Somehow I went all this time without seeing the film. If you have a choice, I recommend watching it on the biggest screen available to you.
As coach for the University of Alabama Crimson Tide, Paul “Bear” Bryant popularized houndstooth hats. The pattern has since been adopted and applied to all sorts merchandise for the school. Nearly identical to Houndstooth Zero, this pattern has a little more breathing room between each element.
According to various sources the houndstooth pattern originated in the Scottish Lowlands. It’s said to be a popular “fall fashion” pattern and easily a year-round favorite of Alabama Crimson Tide fans.