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tangram rotated fretwork 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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Description:

A tangram square (ie the ancient dissection puzzle) repeated in 4 orientations, for 4 rotational symmetry, and rendered in a fretwork style.

A tangram square (ie the ancient dissection puzzle) repeated in 4 orientations, for 4 rotational symmetry, and rendered in a fretwork style. 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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bargell...

bargello_stripes says: I love this! To my eyes, it visually presents as a plaid set on point (IOW, it looks a bit like a plaid cut on the bias to me), but the inclusion of rhomboids within the design creates a bit of a visual "twist" that is really pleasing!

Posted over 2 years ago.

sef

sef says: I commonly designate the pale grey as silver in my online graphic files. Though heraldry and tartan design use white to represent silver. Table linen (or possibly bridal stuff) is what I imagined as a likely use for "silver" lined fabric. <br> <br>I don't recall the book you mention but I've certainly come across the idea of seasonal colour palettes matched to people's complexions. However, I think my colour appreciation is quite separate from colours that I might wear!

Posted almost 6 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: lol - I still have no idea what 'most people' do or what they prefer. Silver sounds like a nice way to describe this pale grey. I myself would buy this fabric over the black-and-white version... I think it would make a lovely skirt, or curtains, or table-linens, or just about anything. <p>Have you ever read the book 'color me beautiful'? It's quite dated by now, but it divides people into four categories based on their skin tone, hair color etc. and assigns them different color palettes labeled by seasons. Black-and-white would be a great choice for a 'winter', pale grey and white could be nice for either 'summer' or 'winter'. Doubtless the colors we ourselves look good in influence what we buy, and maybe it's because I'm a 'summer' that I like the pale colors here.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

sef

sef says: Do many people actually make things in grey fabric though? I had already thought that some of my designs might just about fake being silver in pale greys (though the Spoonflower print contrast range is not the same as the on-screen one) and hence be usable for special occasions.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: oh yeah - this appeals to me so much more in grey - it looks so much more delicate and open and airy.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

sef

sef says: That's probably true of most of my designs - since I tend more towards the abstract / geometric than the real. Even my pigs usually have wings.

Posted almost 6 years ago.

mina

mina says: I think this is one of those designs which would work in <b>lots</b> of colors

Posted almost 6 years ago.