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2017 + 2018 fortnightly calendar fabric by sef on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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by sef

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By SEF

Maths, science, computing and music specialist with side interests in dancing, font design, celtic knotwork etc

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A 2017 calendar or year planner organised by fortnights and produced in a square format (suitable for decal, wallpaper or a fabric swatch / FQ cushion cover rather than a tea-towel). NB This replaces the previous tessellation version organised by months. Currently displaying 2017 and 2018 as a pair. You get both on a wallpaper swatch and 3 calendars (2 copies of 2017) on giftwrap paper.

Other colours, stylings, sizes and orientations are available on request, eg you might want a different size or lettering, and you can even ask for a combination of several designs together.

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sef

sef says: Since I've just done my printouts for the next 2 years of planning, I probably ought to update this online version too ...

Posted about 2 years ago.

sef

sef says: Yes, for my printouts I just change the number at the top and the days down the side for each new year (after first selecting either the normal or leap year version as appropriate).

Posted about 3 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Also, this would be really easy to reconfigure for each year because you would just change the days of the week down the left hand side... which means that any significant dates you had picked out (birthdays etc. - dates that don't change) could be permanently installed.

Posted about 3 years ago.

art_on_...

art_on_fabric says: Interesting way of looking at the Calender Sef! I kinda like it :-)

Posted about 3 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: Neat calendar - even though my brain apparently won't work in fortnights! "all the months are cold" - bwa ha ha! I live 45 minutes' drive from Canada and it's all cold here too! <P> Candy, I think it's a theta not an 8 - Greek letter "Th". Brilliant - I've always hated having the lower case h wrecking the single letter unity.

Posted about 3 years ago.

sef

sef says: It's a theta (which is slightly more recognisable than the old english thorn character). I suppose for you youngsters it would need to be a T. For French people you'd need quite a different set of day letters and month abbreviations anyway! It's much easier(!) when I use the full astrological and alchemical symbols ...

Posted about 3 years ago.

candyjoyce

candyjoyce says: I really like the flow of this calendar. Any reason why there's an 8 instead of a T or a Th for Thursday?

Posted about 3 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: Wow - that is really neat. I really like this look - it still shows you everything you want to know and includes a sense of the continuity of the year. Quite a radically different way of doing a calendar. Thanks so much for doing this.

Posted about 3 years ago.

sef

sef says: This is the UK. All the months are cold. ;-)

Posted about 4 years ago.

su_g

su_g says: I think this is a great idea, showing off lots of different tessellations in one piece but I think they may be a bit over-whelming all together as a whole. If you were going to rework it maybe try fitting the colors to the temperatures of the months (e.g. all the blues for the colder months) so that the color has its own story?

Posted about 4 years ago.

sef

sef says: I'd been considering various ways of putting some pieces together but, judging by the view count, most people seem to be very underwhelmed by this one! :-D

Posted about 4 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: Great idea to put some of your tessellations together this way.

Posted about 4 years ago.

sef

sef says: The slight problem with that is how the calendar bit gets in the way. ;-)<br><br>I was planning on doing a tessellation patchwork anyway at some point though - once I'd finished a few more from the backlog and decided which ones should go into it.

Posted about 4 years ago.

kirpa

kirpa says: This is so great!! Have all these designs in one to enjoy the magic of your tessellations!!

Posted about 4 years ago.

sef

sef says: That's down to the way "quick look" operates. It doesn't really allow you to pan across the whole file. You need to use zoom or switch the fabric to linen on the main view (or view a yard).

Posted about 4 years ago.

fireflower

fireflower says: I tried quick view, to get a peek at December, but it's lopped off like the fabric page is, just under September. I don't know if this is an error, or intended, but I thought I'd mention it.

Posted about 4 years ago.