Repeating seamless patterns: definitions, free samples, links, and how-tos


A design with a tie-dyed appearance created by coating the parts of cloth not to be dyed with removable wax. Colors often include indigo, dark brown, and white. Certain patterns have historic meanings and can only be worn by nobility.

Example(s) of Batik
An example of a batik pattern
A batik design created with Artlandia SymmetryWorks.
A faux batik pattern created in SymmetryMill
A faux batik pattern created by Elaine Polvinen in Artlandia SymmetryMill. See how »
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