Different types of prints and patterns.

Hey guys.

How are you?

Well I have already written a while series on this one but that series was not enough. One of you guys asked to do a post on prints and patterns. So here I am with this one.

Firstly prints are divided on the basis of their size like

• Small: This is the one I like the most when it comes to the size of prints.

• Medium: Anybody can try this one on.

• Large: This is the print suits on the plus size people.

Something like this.

So click on names of the prints and patterns below in the series to view those whole post because that is in more detail than I could give in this one.

Check print

Vertical Stripes

Horizontal Stripes

Animal print

Geometric Pattern

Abstract Pattern

Floral Print

The polka dots: Everyone knows what polka dots are.

Self print: In this one the thread itself creates a pattern.

Cami: It’s a print inspired from soldier’s uniform.

Chevran: It looks like zig-zag lines. To define it the other way we can say, it consists of V and inverted V design.

Photoreal: When real photographs are printed on a piece of cloth, it’s called photoreal. We can guess that by it’s name.

Plaid: It’s similar to check print but the thickness of lines vary, which makes it different from check print.

Herringbone: It looks like chevron but it work is more fine than that. It looks like bones of a fish. This thing I read somewhere once. To me they are very carefully designed thin zig-zag lines.

There are a few more but I think it’s enough.

If you know about any other print then share in the comment section below.

Which print is your favourite?

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