Tuesday, February 18, 2014

free printable pattern glossary with oval tags - freebie

Today I created these free pattern glossary printable with pattern tags and their names on it. 
It can be very helpful to know the pattern names. If you have a particular decorative design in mind and you are searching for freebies or inspirations of it - you better know what to call it. 
Just download the printable and print it out. 
I have framed the single pattern options with a scalloped oval frame. So you are free to cut the decorative ovals out and use them as embellishment for card making, scrapbooking, for DIY gift tags of for your other paper art and paper crafting projects.

This list will be growing. There also will be more printable glossary pages with tags.

>> Enjoy! <<
click on image to enlarge

chevron pattern = V-shaped pattern; zigzag pattern (☞ herringbone pattern has rather a broken zigzag than the plain chevron pattern)

gingham pattern = checkered pattern of white and bold color ( ☞ also tablecloth pattern; ☞ also plaid pattern)

harlequin pattern = repeating pattern of contrasting diamonds. Known as the checkered costume pattern which characterizes the harlequin clown an italian comedic character

plaid pattern = checkered pattern consisting of crossed horizontal and vertical stripes in two or more colors ( ☞ also tablecloth pattern; ☞ also gingham pattern)

polka dot pattern = a number of dots or spots forming a pattern

scallop pattern = series of curved lines forming an geometrical border (☞ also japanese wave pattern; ☞ also rising suns pattern)

scottish plaid pattern = tartan pattern = criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors

striped pattern

vintage pattern = patterns with the flair of a previous area

quatrefoil pattern = geometrical shape which forms the outline of four partially overlapping circles
(some people might call this pattern moroccan pattern)

How to download:
When you click on the image, it will appear larger. If you have a PC, just right mouse click and save the file to your computer. If you have a Mac, click ctrl and (at the same time) mouse click on the image until you get a pop-up menu with an option to save the file.
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Hallo liebe Besucher von MeinLilaPark! Wenn ihr schon immer mal wissen wolltet, wie manche Muster auf Englisch heißen, habt ihr heute Glück: Heute habe ich für euch nämlich ein kostenlose Druckvorlage mit Wortliste mit Erläuterungen für verschiedene Muster für euch gemacht.
Wie immer könnt ihr die Druckvorlage gratis auf euren eigenen Computer herunterladen (eine Anleitung dazu findet ihr hier) und ausdrucken.
Natürlich könnt ihr die Muster für das Glossar auch einfach als schöne DIY Etiketten oder als DIY Sticker für andere Baselarbeiten verwenden.  Viel Spaß!