Zerro CC tillable texture of stones photographed and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
A seamless chequerboard pattern formed from a tile that can be had in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i. Alternative colour scheme.
Tiny circle waves, almost like the ocean.
Background Wall, Art Abstract, Blue Well & CC0 texture.
A seamless pattern recreated from an image on Pixabay. It is reminiscent of parquet flooring and is formed from a square tile, which can be recovered in Inkscape by selecting the ungrouped rectangle and using shift-alt-I together.
Incoming catena. Stone & well. CC0 texture.
Derived from a drawing in 'The Murmur of the Shells', Samuel Cowen, 1879.
Seamless pattern the tile.
From a drawing in 'Les Chroniqueurs de l'Histoire de France depuis les origines jusqu'au XVIe siècle', Henriette Witt, 1884.
Paper pattern with small dust particles and 45-degree strokes.
Source Atle Mo
Some dark 45 degree angles creating a nice pattern. Huge.
Source Dark Sharp Edges
Prismatic Abstract Background Design No Black
Ground style CC0 texture.
Zero CC tileable hard cover red book, scanned and made by me. CC0
Source Sojan Janso
Lovely pattern with some good-looking non-random noise lines.
Derived from an image that was uploaded to Pixabay by starchim01
Prismatic Geometric Tessellation Pattern 4 No Background
From a drawing in 'Hyde Park from Domesday-Book to date', John Ashton, 1896.
Dark squares with some virus-looking dots in the grid.
Source Hugo Loning
From a drawing in 'Studies for Stories', Jean Ingelow, 1864.
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Formed by distorting the inside front cover of 'Diversæ insectarum volatilium : icones ad vivum accuratissmè depictæ per celeberrimum pictorem', Jacob Hoefnagel, 1630.
Colorful Stripes Background
Prismatic Curved Diamond Pattern 3 No Background
A beautiful dark padded pattern, like an old classic sofa.
Source Chris Baldie
A seamless web texture with illustration of pale color stains on canvas.
Source V. Hartikainen
Tiny, tiny 3D cubes. Reminds me of the good old pattern from k10k.
Source Etienne Rallion
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.
From a drawing in 'At home', J. Sowerby, J. Crane and T. Frederick, 1881.
Floral background 16
There are many carbon patterns, but this one is tiny.