Dark [email protected] #648
 Carbon  CC BY-SA 3.0

That’s what it is, a dark dot. Or sort of carbon looking.

Source Tsvetelin Nikolov

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"Black Stripes", Background Pattern #966
 Stripes  CC BY-SA 3.0

A light gray fabric pattern with faded vertical stripes.

Source V. Hartikainen

Fabric pattern 2 (colour 4) #2393
 Fabric  CC 0

Not a pattern for fabrics, but one produced from a jpg of a stack of fabric items that was posted on Pixabay. The tile that this is based on can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin

Floors & Block #1598
 Wall  CC 0

Floors-Tiles. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Floors & Black #1612
 Wall  CC 0

Floors-Tiles. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Inspiration Geometry #1175
 Unknow  CC BY-SA 3.0

This one is rather fun and playful. The 2X could be used at 1X too!

Source Welsley

Background pattern 234 (colour 3) #2257
 Blue  CC 0

Drawn in Paint.net and vectorised in Vector Magic.

Source Firkin

Background pattern #1977
 Dark  CC 0

Remixed from a drawing in 'Line and form', Walter Crane, 1914.

Source Firkin

Prismatic Dots Background #501
 Noise  CC 0

Prismatic Dots Background

Source GDJ

Multiple Greek key frame #1733
 Dark  CC 0

Inspired by a drawing seen in 'City of Liverpool', James Picton, 1883.

Source Firkin

Retro Squares [email protected] #415
 Noise  CC 0

Retro Squares Background

Source GDJ

Shine Dotted #711
 Grid  CC BY-SA 3.0

Tiny shiny dots all over your screen.

Source mediumidee

Pink Rice #1344
 Pink  CC BY-SA 3.0

Everyone loves a bit of pink, right?

Source ExcogitoWeb

Leafy pattern 4 #1915
 Green  CC 0

Remixed from a drawing in 'Hungary. A guide book. By several authors', 1890.

Source Firkin

Background pattern 227 (colour 4) #2311
 Green  CC 0

A seamless background drawn in Paint.net and vectorised with Vector Magic. The starting point was a photograph of drinking straws from Pixabay.

Source Firkin

Photography #1304
 Unknow  CC BY-SA 3.0

Neat little photography icon pattern.

Source Hossam Elbialy

Background pattern 334 (colour) #1730
 Red  CC 0

Derived from an image that was uploaded to Pixabay by Kaz

Source Firkin

Background pattern #1941
 Brown  CC 0

Formed by heavily distorting part of a an image of a fish uploaded to Pixabay by GLady

Source Firkin

Fabric pattern (colour 5) #2398
 Fabric  CC 0

Alternative colour scheme. Not a pattern for fabrics, but one produced from a jpg of a stack of fabric items that was posted on Pixabay. The tile that this is based on can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin

Swirl #1323
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Lovely gray circles. What more can you ask for?

Source Uday

edo pattern-samekomon #2271
 Dark  CC 0

The image depicts an edo-era pattern called "same-komon" or "鮫小紋"which looks like a shark skin.The "same" in Japanese means shark in English.

Source Yamachem

Floral background 20 #1813
 Red  CC 0

Derived from a drawing in 'Elfrica. An historical romance of the twelfth century', Charlotte Boger, 1885

Source Firkin

White Paperboard #374
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

Could be paper, could be a Polaroid frame – up to you!

Source Chaos

Floors & Black #1608
 Wall  CC 0

Floors-Tiles. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Pattern #1476
 Paper  CC 0

Pattern Background, Texture, Photoshop Structure style CC0 texture.

Source Darkmoon1968

Background pattern 328 (colour 5) #1797
 Blue  CC 0

To get the tile this is based on select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift-alt-i

Source Firkin

Wet Paper Background (Pale Yellow) #1224
 Yellow  CC BY-SA 3.0

A seamless paper background colored in pale yellow.

Source V. Hartikainen

Subtle Dark Vertical #607
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Classic vertical lines, in all its subtlety.

Source Cody L

Brown Canvas, Web Texture #1171
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

A web texture of brown canvas. Will look great, when used in dark web designs.

Source V. Hartikainen

Wood Background Pattern #882
 Wood  CC BY-SA 3.0

A seamless background pattern with a texture of wood planks. This wood background pattern has vertically arranged planks. You may try to rotate it 90°, to see how it will look like when the wood planks are arranged horizontally.

Source V. Hartikainen