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Woolly Pattern Design
The Origins of Woolly
Woolly is a development of my Diamonds series of patterns. I tried changing one of the hard corners into a curve, which produced a much rounder design more reminiscent of knitting – hence Woolly.
I usually create different variations of my pattern designs. I have shown three different variations of woolly here…
- Design M has a distinct white diagonal twisty path. The design uses the background colour to define the elements.
- Design N recolours each of the elements of the design so they have no link to the background colour – not that appealing.
- Design P flips alternate segments perhaps making a more pleasing result.
The colour of each design is achieved by altering the background colour. Colours have a reference from 100 to 163, where for instance 100 = black and 110 is bright cyan.
Creating This Page
With so many colour combinations it would be impractical to show all of them. Here I have chosen a selection of combinations that I feel are interesting. Rolling your mouse over an image will display its code.