Ornamental design, embracing The Anatomy of pattern by Lewis Foreman Day

By Lewis Foreman Day

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Схемы орнаментов: планирование орнамента применение орнамента.

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2. By the juxtaposition of diamonds and the addition of cross-lines. 3. By the juxtaposition of right-angled diamonds, each occupied by a star. By the interlacing of two series of octagons, and the addition of cross-lines. the crossing of two series of zigzag 5. By 4. lines, 6. and the addition of cross-lines. By the crossing of two series of diamonds or lozenges, and the, addition of cross-lines. And the this does not by any means exhaust number of ways in which the same result To might have been reached.

In Plate 22 may further be seen what influence pattern. the material may There was a whole of this kind schemed in the 1 exercise upon class of patterns 5th and i6th cen- turies, with the obvious purpose of disturbing as little as possible of the rich pile of the velvet for which they were designed. Practical Pattern Planning. The turning over of the pattern is essena weaver's device. In a pattern similarly illy anned for printing there is no occasion for lat ^n same the rigid symmetry contrary, it is of the two sides.

Only those who have tried the experiment have any notion how small the hexagons would come. If you made your hexagons 10^ inches wide, so as to get two in they would not come true in the If you made length they would be too long. width, ; Practical Pattern Planning. them 31 they would true, the square, but only a space about 21 inches by 18. not fill Three and hexagons a half the width in v/ould work, but as a " only " drop pattern : that would give hexa- of gons inches six In across. order to occupy the square with true hexagons repeating without a " drop," they would need to be re- duced to half that size that there to is say, ; would have to be seven hexagons to the width, measuring each only three inches across.

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