Japanese pattern from Pattern Sourcebook: Japanese Style: 250 Patterns for Projects and Designs, by Shigeki Nakamura

Japanese pattern from Pattern Sourcebook: Japanese Style: 250 Patterns for Projects and Designs, by Shigeki Nakamura

Kustaa Saksi, Finnish, fabric design for Marimekko

Kustaa for Marimekko: Merivuokko (sea anemone) print, inspired by the rhythm, colors & atmosphere of the sea floor.

Sashiko embroidery... looks like a stylized forest.

This was the final sashiko class that I ran at the Tasman Mini Symposium. This was an easier one for people as we had a stencil to use to .

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. 100% wool. The Treasures of Tutankhamun. Dry-clean only. MMA”, which indicates that it was created in Japan specifically for the the museum shop during the important Tutankhamun exhibit held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978. Very good condition: the panel is professionally glued to a board backing. 43” x 43”…

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan.

I don't think I would sponge clouds like this, but the lines and the scalloped style graphics are great!

Blue Clouds limited edition giclee print by EloiseRenouf on Etsy, boy pet girl

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Quick Tip: How to Make a Repeating Japanese Wave Pattern in Adobe Illustrator - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Tutorial by LoungeKat


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