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This is a non exclusive repeating 8 inch pattern you can purchase for your projects from Rach, owner of Averly Designs. Averly Designs works in Wiltshire, U.K. and sells her seamless repeats on Etsy for reasonable prices, check them out if you are in need of colorful whimsical designs.
Designing in black and white is a great way to have fun with pattern design. The varying scale of squares give this pattern movement and depth, nicely done Light Storm Design Studio! You can find seamless patterns through their shutterstock account here https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Deepika+praveen
Tinsel Bright Creative loves to work with retro and vintage motifs and has an excellent array of patterns, illustrations, and mockups in this category. You can purchase their designs on fabric, wallpaper, and products through their Spoonflower shop. These retro campers have us thinking about the warmer weather approaching the northern hemisphere soon, yay! ☀️
Maria Rose Adams is the creator of this vibrant and graphic swirling art. This was inspired by the scarves on snowmen from a previous pattern she created, what a fun and cheerful coordinate. Maria creates in St. Paul Minnesota with bold color, maximalism, unencumbered play, and the intentional cultivation of joy. Find her pattern portfolio here https://www.mariaroseadams.com/pattern
How adorable are these kid mockups with this happy pattern from @painted_puffin_creative The Painted Puffin does a great job showcasing their art on products throughout their portfolio which is overflowing with conversational prints and patterns for all sorts of fun products! You can also find seamless repeats on their creative market shop.
Maika likes to experiment with photography, textures, drawing, and creating seamless patterns. This repeating pattern seems to pull all that together into one very successful print! Maika has some wonderful floral artwork in her portfolio. This one makes us excited that it's nearly time to celebrate spring in the Northern hemisphere (yay!)
Pepperoni heart shaped pizza with gooey cheese...this needs to exist IRL 😍😍😍 Darcy Strom drew this adorable pattern with inspiration from her husband's favorite food. You can find Darcy's art on fabric and products in her Spoonflower shop. https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/darcy_strom
What fun to see all these vibrant sketchbooks stacked together on Helen Lamont's desk! She claims to be a "fidget who isn't good at being still" and drawing in these help her find balance. Helen designs jewelry & baubles that make you smile, here is her Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/HelenLamontDesign
G. Zohra Designs was born to create! Here is a textile design from her newest collection titled "Douceur" You can also find landscape paintings, fashion illustrations, and watercolor paintings in addition to surface designs in Zorah's vibrant portfolio. She recently exhibited at the international Texstyle expo in Algiers, congrats!
Michaela Kobyakov designs out of Austria and has shared this abstract design with the Pantone color of the year, Viva Magenta! Her portfolio is filled with a diverse collection of illustrations and patterns she sells on Red Bubble, Spoonflower, and Stoffn.de This pattern has great movement and could work in nearly every color combination.
This fun pattern celebrates winter and was made by Berry Aktuglu, an illustrator and textile pattern designer from Berlin, Germany. Berry's shop is called Atelier Mave and has so many hand painted illustrations and patterns for sale that are perfect for your next project, have fun checking out her website https://ateliermave.com/
Sarah Meets Art is a middle school art teacher, mother of four girls, maker of all things, and lover of cute animals. The cute animal part really shines through in her latest repeating pattern with forest friend motifs. You can find even more cute creatures with her printable Valentine cards available in her Etsy shop, support a small business this year for the card sharing holiday 😃 https://www.etsy.com/shop/Sarahmeetsart
Adorable characters, fruit, and foliage. What else does a pattern need?!? This one was made by Yaara Zaluski. Your can contant Yaara to purchase this pattern here: email@example.com It is available in 3 colorways. Be sure to check out Yaara's feed for more conversational patterns and adorable characters. @yaara.textile
Illustrator and Surface Designer Amy Brown loves to work with primary colors, especially ultramarine blue. This light and airy ditsy floral pattern caught our eye this week. The colors play well on the white background with dark contrasting textural leaves. Lots of Amy's designs are painted by hand showing lots of paintbrush texture.