Other Patterns & Prints
An arc that formed at the connection of two mirror-image, elongated S shapes that resemble an onion as well, often used in bedding and rugs.
Ikat refers to a dyeing and weaving method rather than the pattern itself. This method gives ikat fabrics their signature blurred edges.
An interlocking rectangular pattern constructed from one continuous line, based on ancient Greek history.
Features bold desert-like colours and repeating geometric shapes or stripes, originating from Southwest America.
A bold, colourful zigzag pattern involves four threads in four different colours.
The modern pattern consists of lines, shapes and colours that represent ideas more than any physical object.
Natural motifs with vibrant patterns and vivid colours represent African tribal culture.
The pattern resembles the surface of a woven basket.
The pattern looks like a watercolour painting technique with those light transparent brush strokes and a gradation effect.
Formed by a special fabric weave, with 4 small diamond shapes with a dot or space in the center prints looking like the eye of a bird.
Diamonds are filled with thin lines radiating from the opposing ends and rotated by 45 and 90 degrees.
Supporting structure of interwoven pieces of wood or metal, adorned with climbing vines and flowers.
Knots formed by interfaced ribbons lead seamlessly into one another.
Geometric mosaic tile-work created from sets of characteristic shapes.
A specially designed pattern that blends in with the surrounding, mostly used by military personnel.
Consists of concentric circles or oval shapes.
Repetitive patterns with geometric shapes.
Use of right brilliant colours reminiscent of the hippie movement of the 1960s.
Historical decorative patterns.
Consist of lots of spiral shapes and curves that resemble rolled scroll of paper.
Repeating pattern with motifs resembling clam shells.
Interconnected in a crisscross pattern with square or diamond shapes or holes in the junctions.