Patterns

Some articles on patterns, pattern:

The Delineator
... featured the Butterick sewing patterns and provided an in-depth look at the fashion of the day ... produced quarterly catalogs of fashion patterns in the 1920s and early 1930s ... In addition to clothing patterns, the magazine published photos and drawings of embroidery and needlework that could be used to adorn both clothing and items for the home ...
Construction - Girih Tiles
... From around the year 1200, girih patterns were made with stars and polygon patterns having 5- and 10-fold rotational symmetry ... However, by the 15th century some girih patterns were not periodic anymore ... Such patterns were constructed by the use of girih tiles ...
Corallus Hortulanus - Description
... This species exhibits an immense variety of colors and patterns ... Some reds will have yellow patterns, some yellows red or orange patterns ...
Roggenwolf (company)
... Roggenwolf is an Australian-based developer of military camouflage patterns ... According to Brad Turner their camouflage patterns are superior to the MARPAT, ACUPAT, CADPAT and Flecktarn patterns, though this remains unproven ... Roggenwolf patterns are designed to use a mixture of micropatterns and macropatterns to create contrasting patterns ...
Girih - History - Architecture
... "girih" was used in Turkish as a polygonal strap pattern used in architecture as early as late 15th century ... Also in late 15th century, girih patterns were compiled by artisans in pattern catalogs such as the Topkapi Scroll ... precedants of girih were seen in the 10th century, fully developed girih patterns are not seen before the 11th century in Iran ...

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