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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/777733-itsy-bitsy-ditsy-by-mondaland' title = 'Itsy Bitsy Ditsy by mondaland on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0077/7733/rsf9-01_shop_preview.png' alt='Itsy Bitsy Ditsy'/></a>
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Collection: Ditsy Floral
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Thanks Isabella :o)
Posted almost 5 years ago.
Gorgeous work, Monda!
Thanks meg56003 and su_g :o)
Thanks jtterwelp, forest&sea and zoebrench for your feedback which was both helpful and insightful. I've had a bit of a play and had a read up re anti-aliasing, and I've made improvements - although it's still not perfect (I'm too much of a perfectionist!). I will get there eventually though!
These colors are gorgeous! I really love this one.
I had this problem once. I created a TIFF file in Illustrator, imported it into Photoshop. Made the correct canvas size and then nudged the design a little to the left and a little to the right - and hey presto the crack was gone! Good luck! Love this design in many different colourways by the way!
I've had that problem as well. I think like jtterwelp says it's to do with anti aliasing. I ended up exporting as a jpeg and using the paintbrush around the edges! This is a great pattern - good luck with those cracks :)
Great colours and I love the gray background,it is most effective to show up the brights.
I had that problem in Illustrator before. I imported into Photoshop and saved it as a GIF specifying the number of colors only. Might have something to do with anti-aliasing? Not sure really, but that's what worked for me. Oh, btw, I love the ditsy! :)
I just thought I'd mention something. When I worked up this design in illustrator I worked on a fairly small art board (smaller than usual for me). For some reason you can see the bounds of the design/art board showing in this design (like a hairline crack throughout the design) which makes it look like the design doesn't repeat perfectly. I measure my repeats in absolute numbers to ensure I get accuracy in my designs and I've double and triple checked this one and I know it repeats perfectly, so I'm quite perplexed as to why this hairline 'crack' is visible. Anyone got any ideas?
Thanks Amy and Francine :o)
Love your colour choices - nicely done!
Thanks Rhonda. I love disty prints - they are my fabric of choice when buying so I'm glad to hear you think it would be good for quilting/decor and clothing. Also, thanks Carina :o)
love it!! :)
This is a sweet design with many potential uses in dressmaking, decor items and quiltmaking!
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