Parquet flooring pattern (colour 2) #2426
 Green  CC 0

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.

Source Firkin

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White Paperboard@2X #375
 Fabric  CC BY-SA 3.0

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

Source Chaos

Background pattern 201 (colour 2) #2496
 Grid  CC 0

A pattern formed from a squared tile. The tile can be accessed in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift-alt-i.

Source Firkin

Floral design 91 #1814
 Dark  CC 0

From a drawing in 'Hubert Montreuil, or the Huguenot and the Dragoon', Francisca Ouvry, 1873.

Source Firkin

Background pattern 7 #227
 Noise  CC 0

Pattern that came out of playing with the 'slinky' plug-in for Paint.net

Source Firkin

Fabric pattern (colour 6) #2397
 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

Background pattern 223 (colour 3) #2351
 Green  CC 0

Seamless pattern formed from a tile that can be had by selecting the rectangle in Inkscape and using shift-alt-i.

Source Firkin

Background pattern 6 #225
 Noise  CC 0

Another fairly simple design drawn in Paint.net and vectorized in Inkscape.

Source Firkin

Colourful bricks pattern (no background) #265
 Noise  CC 0

Original minus the background

Source Firkin

Beige Paper@2X #84
 Paper  CC BY-SA 3.0

This was submitted in a beige color, hence the name. Now it’s a gray paper pattern.

Source Konstantin Ivanov

Background pattern 332 #1742
 Noise  CC 0

The tile this is formed from can be retrieved in Inkscape by selecting the rectangle and using shift+alt+i

Source Firkin

Background pattern pink and colours #2032
 Colorful  CC 0

A background pattern inspired by designs seen in 'Burghley. The Life of William Cecil', William Charlton, 1857.

Source Firkin