Wave Grind #1132
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Submitted by DomainsInfo – wtf, right? But hey, a free pattern.

Source DomainsInfo

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Foggy [email protected] #580
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Hey, you never know when you’ll need a bird pattern, right?

Source Pete Fecteau

"Grunge-Like" Background Pattern #1126
 Grunge  CC BY-SA 3.0

Background pattern made in "Grunge-Like" style. Available in both SVG and JPG formats. Edit to your needs then click the download button.

Source V. Hartikainen

"Black Chains", Gloomy Background #1082
 Metal  CC BY-SA 3.0

A repeating gloomy background image. This one consists of a pattern of black chains layered on top of a dark textured background.

Source V. Hartikainen

Stressed Linen #986
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

We have some linen patterns here, but none that are stressed. Until now.

Source Jordan Pittman

[email protected] #948
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

The name tells you it has curves. Oh yes, it does!

Source Peter Chon

[email protected] #846
 Gray  CC BY-SA 3.0

A mid-tone gray pattern with some cement looking texture.

Source Hendrik Lammers

Egg Shell #861
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

It’s an egg, in the form of a pattern. This really is 2012.

Source Paul Phönixweiß

Background pattern blue #1955
 Blue  CC 0

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

Source Firkin

Tri-weave #1692
 Paper  CC 0

Paper-Wallpaper. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Leafy design 18 (colour)@2XaFloral design 96 (colour) #1787
 Green  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Art Embroidery', M.S. Lockwood and E. Glaister, 1878.

Source Firkin

Colourful background 32 #2173
 Colorful  CC 0

Colourful background achieved with gradient fills.

Source Firkin

Prismatic Rounded Squares Grid 4 No [email protected] #492
 Noise  CC 0

Prismatic Rounded Squares Grid 4 No Background

Source GDJ

Background pattern 9 (greyscale) #213
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Greyscale version of a pattern that came out of playing with the 'light rays' plug-in for Paint.net

Source Firkin

Tall plant #1818
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'The Christian Year', John Keble, 1880

Source Firkin

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

Worn Dots #709
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

These dots are already worn for you, so you don’t have to.

Source Matt McDaniel

"Dark Wood", Free Web Background #872
 Wood  CC BY-SA 3.0

Feel free to download this "Dark Wood" background texture for your web site. The background tiles seamlessly!

Source V. Hartikainen

Abstract Ellipses Background #275
 Dark  CC 0

Abstract Ellipses Background

Source GDJ

Cube & Dark #1627
 Dark  CC 0

Manmade & Civilisation-Tech-Lights. CC0 License.

Source Unknow

Retro Circles Background [email protected] #429
 Noise  CC 0

Retro Circles Background 6

Source GDJ

Hoffman #1152
 Wall  CC BY-SA 3.0

Did anyone say The Hoff? This pattern is in no way related to Baywatch.

Source Josh Green

Floral pattern 6 (colour 3) #2459
 Fabric  CC 0

Alternative colour scheme for the original floral pattern.

Source Firkin

White [email protected] #375
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

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

Source Chaos

Flowers tile #2363
 Dark  CC 0

A seamless design of flowers remixed from a jpg on Pixabay by Prawny.

Source Firkin

Retro Squares Background [email protected] #419
 Dark  CC 0

Retro Squares Background 4

Source GDJ

Tweed #1150
 Dark  CC BY-SA 3.0

Tweed is back in style – you heard it here first. Also, the @2X version here is great!

Source Simon Leo

Prismatic Abstract Geometric Background 5 No Black #402
 Noise  CC 0

Prismatic Abstract Geometric Background 5 No Black

Source GDJ

Background pattern 308 #1872
 Yellow  CC 0

Design drawn in Paint.net, vectorised using Vector Magic and finished in Inkscape.

Source Firkin

Background pattern black #2026
 Dark  CC 0

Remixed from a design seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857. The tile this is based on can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin