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V23 Pointelle Lace Free Seamless Fabric Texture Photoshop

Free download of knits pointelle lace free seamless fabric texture for fashion illustrations and CAD flat sketches. Transparent background makes this high-quality free seamless fabric texture easy to use in...

V22 Free Pointelle Sweater Fabric Texture Photoshop

This free download of a seamless pointelle sweater fabric texture shows a pointelle knit transfer stitch that is easily tileable in Photoshop to create a seamless pattern to fill fashion sketches and flats...

Free Fabric Texture Download V24 Mesh Fabric Texture

This free fabric texture download of a mesh fabric texture has a transparent background for easy layering in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

Folder: Fabric Texture

Definition: Generally, a texture is the look and feel of a surface or object. A fabric texture or cloth texture is the unique look and feel of a textile fabric as a result of the types of thread yarn, or fibers used to create the fabric and how they are woven and finished. Ex: satin fabrics have a smooth, soft, and shiny fabric texture due to fine, yarns that are woven together in a special way, whereas burlap has a course, dull  fabric texture due to thick fibers that are loosely woven together using a plain weave.

Surface Design: Seamless Fabric Textures

Fabric textures are an important part of rendering fabrics in fashion illustrations. Whether rendering flat fashion sketches for fashion CAD presentation, or rendering fashion design drawings, it is important to depict the fabric texture and cloth texture in a garment design as accurately and realistically as possible. Our free fabric textures downloads are seamless textures that can be used to apply textile or surface texture like knit texture, leather texture, denim, textile weave texture, etc. to fashion sketches using the Texturizer in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator. Or they can be used as a helpful reference when trying to depict fabric texture characteristics of textiles by hand.

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