Stone Wall & Yellow #1517
 Stone  CC 0

Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.

Source Unknow

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Paper model of a tetrahedron #139
 Unknow  CC 0

Paper model of a tetrahedron. Modelo de papel de um tetraedro.

Source laobc

Prismatic Hexagonalist Pattern No [email protected] #804
 Light  CC 0

Prismatic Hexagonalist Pattern No Background

Source GDJ

Dark [email protected] #130
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

You were craving more leather, so I whipped this up by scanning a leather jacket.

Source Atle Mo

Dark & Gray #1299
 Stone  CC 0

ZeroCC tileable stone texture, edited from pixabay. CC0

Source Sojan Janso

Decorative divider 212 #2343
 Dark  CC 0

Inspired by a drawing in 'Kulturgeschichte', Freidrich Hellwald, 1896.

Source Firkin

Gray Dots Background Pattern #1127
 Grid  CC BY-SA 3.0

A seamless background pattern with impressed gray dots.

Source V. Hartikainen

Background pattern 260 #2094
 Orange  CC 0

Tile available in Inkscape using shift-alt-i on the selected rectangle

Source Firkin

Dark Wall #1253
 Wall  CC 0

Zerro CC tillable texture of stones photographed and made by me. CC0

Source Sojan Janso

One in a Million #1346
 Gray  CC BY-SA 3.0

Nicely executed tiling for an interesting pattern.

Source Ignasi Àvila Padró

Washi #288
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Washi (和紙?) is a type of paper made in Japan. Here’s the pattern for you!

Source Carolynne

Mosaic tile #2481
 Brown  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Handbook of the excursions proposed to be made by the Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society, on the 27th and 28th of May, 1857', Edward Trollope, 1857.

Source Firkin

Black [email protected] #58
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

The name alone is awesome, but so is this sweet dark pattern.

Source Federica Pelzel

Graphene pattern 1 #2235
 Dark  CC 0

Different from the original in being a simple tile stored as a pattern definition, rather than numerous repeated objects. Hence easy and quick to give this pattern to objects of different shapes. To get the tile in Inkscape, select the rectangle and use shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin

Dimension #1173
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Don’t look at this one too long if you’re high on something.

Source Luuk van Baars

Decorative divider 243 #2082
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Sun Pictures of the Norfolk Broads', Ernest Suffling, 1892.

Source Firkin

Cincinnati tablet 2 #2146
 Dark  CC 0

Remixed from a drawing in 'Prehistoric Man: researches into the origin of civilisation in the old and the new world', Daniel Wilson, 1876.

Source Firkin

Low Contrast [email protected] #864
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

A smooth mid-tone gray, or low contrast if you will, linen pattern.

Source Jordan Pittman

Grass #1286
 Unknow  CC 0

Zero CC tileable dry grass texture, photographed and made by me. CC0

Source Sojan Janso

Vintage pattern #1957
 Grid  CC 0

Formed from a tile based on a drawing from 'Viaggi d'un artista nell'America Meridionale', Guido Boggiani, 1895.

Source Firkin

Decorative divider 279 #1889
 Dark  CC 0

Remixed from a drawing that was uploaded to Pixabay by captenpub.

Source Firkin

Skewed Print #819
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

An interesting dark spotted pattern at an angle.

Source Hendrik Lammers

Prismatic Chevrons Pattern 5 With Background #469
 Dark  CC 0

Prismatic Chevrons Pattern 5 With Background

Source GDJ

Dark Textile Background #1169
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

A background tile of dark textile. Made this a long time ago and just now decided to publish it.

Source V. Hartikainen

Geometric pattern #2006
 Grid  CC 0

A monochrome pattern from a tile that can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscaope and using shift+alt+i

Source Firkin

Indian Red Web Background #1172
 Concrete  CC BY-SA 3.0

A free web background image with a seamless concrete-like texture and an Indian-red color.

Source V. Hartikainen

Video Game Website Background #1327
 Green  CC BY-SA 3.0

This background pattern has futuristic look. So, maybe it could be used on websites or blogs dedicated to video games?!

Source V. Hartikainen

Dark Fish [email protected] #1049
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

It almost looks a bit blurry, but then again, so are fishes.

Source Petr Šulc