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Preview scale: 8.0 x 8.0 inches. Show Rulers
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1198992-r6x-ri-by-sef' title = 'R6X Ri by sef on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0119/8992/rrrXR-600P-30_shop_preview.png' alt='R6X Ri'/></a>
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Collection: rhombus R6+R3
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Rhombus derived from regular hexagon grid or semi-regular grid of hexagons and equilateral triangles.
Rhombus derived from regular hexagon grid or semi-regular grid of hexagons and equilateral triangles. Currently displaying thick-lined version in black and white. Other colours, stylings, sizes and orientations are available on request and you can even ask for a combination of several designs together.
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That's similar to the way some of the Spoonflower staff found marked out fabrics easier to pleat for their quilt.
Posted over 3 years ago.
I really like this too! It is fun to concentrate on the visual illusions............seeing the boxes as right side up, then upside down, then seeing diamond stripes or pleated folds or triad pattern tops..................then imagining shadowed right sides of boxes........ The regularity of the print would also make it great for pleating. I can imagine a great hand bag with pleats formed around the top............. Breezy voile scarves would be nice too!
I started putting these basic ones on here just so that I'd have something to point at from the description fields of other designs which used them in part or as a basis etc. But then, when I was putting together a collection sampler, I flung a lot of them in for proofing. So now they have a for-sale existence of their own (in the unlikely event anyone wants them). They may change colour occasionally, of course ...
This grid is always a favorite of mine. I used to have a coloring book with pages of it, and I could fill it in with color to make all sorts of patterns. I'll bet it would be fun to use embroidery or applique to make patterns on this fabric, too, but the plain lines are also pretty.
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