xar222

xar222

This is a deceptively simple pattern which represents the easy yet distinctive styles that were emerging in the 1960s.

There are many colour variations that can be produced and three of them are shown in this composite image.

This pattern is perhaps not intended as a fashion fabric but may be a design for upholstery and furnishings. It must be remembered that the 1960s was a time of considerable experimentation with furniture and with fabric patterns used in furnishings.

xar221

xar220

Straight from the second half of the 1960s decade, this pattern would have looked good on any of the latest fashions!

It is a design that will take a variety of colours and some size variation and it is a pattern that is very definitely mid century and would look quite out of place used today.

xar220

xar220

This pattern, xar220, is a simple but pleasant design based on material from the 1960s.

Although shown in a single colour, it is possible to produce a wide variety of colour and size variations.

xar218

xar218
This is a pleasant, simple design the motif for which is based on material from the 1960s but which has appeared in most decades and probably is still around somewhere today.

It is shown here in two motif sizes, the large and the small, either of which would make a suitable and quite interesting fashion fabric.

xar218

xar215

xar215

This is a non-symmetrical design the motif for which is based very much on the rather stylised flower motifs that became popular in the middle of the 1960s.

It was intended as a fashion fabric to be used at a relatively large size.

xar214

xar214

This pattern is a similar pattern to the others I have posted recently and owes its origin to the rise of stylised flower motifs in the 1960s.

xar212 Again

xar212
This pattern is just yesterday’s pattern in a different colour and at just one size to give you an idea how it looks.

It is a pattern that is usable in a variety of colours and sizes. This was created and rendered in Daz while the pattern was made in Xara 9.