This collection contains ’tessellation patterns’, i.e., patterns intended for plane tiling (the process of fitting geometric shapes to cover a flat surface, without overlapping or leaving gaps).
If you need a simple repeating pattern suitable for the decoration technique of chip carving in wood, take a look at this one presented here, it may meet your criteria.
On this page you can download free Cairo pentagonal tiling pattern. Pentagons are not regular pentagons, their sides are different lengths.
The counterchange pattern that you can download here is similar to a chessboard. It's a geometric repeating pattern and we found it in an old book.
Here you can download 3 very simple square patterns that we called Designs for tessellated pavements.
This is a set of two Egyptian repeating patterns (Egyptian tessellation). As you can see, both of these patterns are simple in appearance.
This is a collection of six repeating patterns suitable for the chip carving decorating technique.
This collection contains parametrically generated examples of all 17 wallpaper groups, and to make the differences between them more obvious, they were all generated using the same design element.
This is a set of three Geometric diaper patterns. All the patterns are simple, which is why they can be applied in various ways.
Here you can download a collection of various versions of the pattern known in applied mathematics as Gilbert's Tessellation.
This is the collection of 5 Japanese pakwa diaper patterns. All patterns we found in an old book, and it's a shame to be forgotten on its pages.
Here you can download a simple pattern in the form of a jigsaw puzzle. The pattern is accurately drawn and you can use it to make jigsaw puzzle.
In the picture you can see a free pattern named the Lapita repeating pattern, a very old pattern that belongs to Lapita culture.
On this page you can download two patterns that we called Moorish glazed earthenware tile patterns.
On this page we present to you a collection of 37 parquet flooring patterns that have been found on the pages of various old books and magazines.
The patterns that you can download here originate from Pompeii and Ancient Rome. A classic example of a tessellation pattern.
On this page you can download a very interesting pattern which we called the radial symmetry pattern.
On this page you can download tessellation pattern that we simply called Repeating 2D pattern.
This is a large collection of repeating stained glass patterns. With these patterns, you can make a very nice decorative stained glass panels.
On this page you can download 6 patterns that we named Vectorized Moorish mosaics.
One of the frequently seen mathematical patterns in nature is the Voronoi pattern whose 4 variations can be downloaded on this page.
The Voronoi Jigsaw Puzzle Patterns that you can download here were not hand-drawn but generated by parametric modeling (by algorithm).