SHAPES and PATTERNS - 1 image per 24hr period.

NO CARDS/PHONE COVERS/CLOTHING/PILLOWS/TEXT ETC. 1 IMAGE IN 24HR.

Patterns in FABRIC

This challenge closed over 5 years ago.

The Challenge

Show us the various patterns in FABRIC & Textiles. Look at Lace & crochet, silk & satin , wool & yarn, polyester & Nylon, carpets & tapestry, upholstery & soft furnishings, leather & suede.

  • Patterns in or (created for) Fabrics must be the MAIN FOCUS in your artwork. Other distracting subjects should be kept to a minimum .
  • Digital designed patterns will be accepted ,but must resemble a pattern that would be used in Fabric.
  • Your BEST WORK please

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote for your favourite or you may choose more than one.

Rewards & Prizes

  • Winner will be featured
  • Winning Artwork will be displayed on the group’s front page for 7 days.

Additional Information

  • A reminder our challenges are about having FUN & further promoting your lovely work.
  • You NO LONGER have to submit your image into the group before entering the challenge
  • A special thank you to Walter Quirtmair for allowing us to use Layers . Please visit Walter’s portfolio

Cover Image: Layers by Walter Quirtmair

Completed

The Top Ten

Market Silks by lacitrouille

Market Silks by lacitrouille was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 6 votes.

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  • Under My Umbrella by Adria Bryant
  • Sitting On Stripes by Cora Wandel
  • THE GOLDEN BROCADE by RakeshSyal
  • Yarn 4 by Jeffrey  Sinnock
  • Hot Air Balloons by Karl R. Martin
  • Embrace by Kinnally
  • Malong 2 by ralph arce
  • A Fabric Phenomenon by Sharon Hammond

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