Background pattern 272 (colour 3) #2055
 Red  CC 0

A seamless pattern the unit cell for which can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin

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Random Grey Variations #69
 Stripes  CC BY-SA 3.0

Stefan is hard at work, this time with a funky pattern of squares.

Source Stefan Aleksić

Abstract Tiled Background Extended 6 #517
 Noise  CC 0

Abstract Tiled Background Extended 6

Source GDJ

Small Crosses@2X #116
 Stripes  CC BY-SA 3.0

Sharp pixel pattern looking like some sort of fabric.

Source Dmitry

Background pattern 105 #563
 Dark  CC 0

A seamless pattern formed from background pattern 102

Source Firkin

Paisley Background@2X #496
 Light  CC 0

Paisley Background

Source GDJ

White Diamond@2X #367
 Diamond  CC BY-SA 3.0

To celebrate the new feature, we need some sparkling diamonds.

Source Atle Mo

Background pattern 261 #2076
 Dark  CC 0

Inspired by a pattern found in 'A General History of Hampshire, or the County of Southampton, including the Isle of Wight', Bernard Woodwood, 1861

Source Firkin

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

Prismatic Groovy Concentric Background 3@2X #458
 Noise  CC 0

Prismatic Groovy Concentric Background 3

Source GDJ

Fabric 1@2X #10
 Light  CC BY-SA 3.0

Semi-light fabric pattern made out of random pixels in shades of gray.

Source Atle Mo

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

Seamless arrow pattern remix #2528
 Dark  CC 0

Similar to original, but without gaps in between the arrows. This seamless pattern was created from a rectangular tile. To get the tile, select the rectangle in Inkscape and use shift+alt+i.

Source Firkin