Pattern Cooler is a site offering dozens of repeating patterns you can color, scale, and download. Use them for computer desktops, Twitter backgrounds, blogs, websites, and more.
Whoazee! just what I've been looking for. Thanks. Heading over now.
Thanks for the link! This is going to be really helpful for me.
Hooray! They are so lovely! Thanks for sharing :)
Hmmm... those raindrops in the corner remind me of today.Lotsa cool designs!Mum
You find the coolest stuff... thanks for sharing!
Once again you have shared another awesome website! :)[fyi... in my blog post today I mentioned you twice along with the sites you've introduced me to]Have a great weekend! -Michelle
I've been thinking I need to add a little color to my new blog header. It's just text on white right now same with the blog as a whole, wanted to add a bit of color. Will definitely take a look around and will probably find something I love, thanks for sharing.
What a fabulous site! Thanks for sharing it. Enjoy reading your blog every day - so fun!
thanks again for your timely awesomeness. I haven't commented in a while, but I still visit a lot!
ohhh, I want that top middle one for wallpaper in my house. I love it.
so awesome!!! thanks for sharing cant wait to get em!!-kellie
Great! How does one create these? I tend to use the design tools at Sessions College for Professional Design, as they have been useful for me: http://www.sessions.edu/Design-Career-Center/Design-Tools.asp?fmid=0
your designs are way better than anything on that site!
I always want my Twitter page to be simple. These are lovely! Thanks for sharing.I would like to also share TwitCane, a Twitter backgrounds site. They offer other backgrounds like professional and simple Twitter backgrounds.
Thanks for the link! I'm always up for a good source of background tiles.
Me too, Sarah. I personally prefer tiled backgrounds.
can i know the artist of this art and the meaning of bcause i have a project to do it like that art
This is just a screenshot from the site to which I linked in the post. Perhaps you could contact the site owners or look through that site to find the designs you're interested in. I don't recall whether they list who is making the patterns; it's been a few years since I posted this.
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