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Geometric Patterns from Islamic Art and Architecture

by Robert Field

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    Geometric Patterns from Roman Mosaics: And How to Draw Them by Robert Field (JudithProctor)
    JudithProctor: The same combination of clear line drawings and instructions as to how to do the designs on simple graph paper. Very useful source of inspirations.
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A delightful little book showing how to draw all manner of Islamic tiling designs. A handy resource for crafters. I've made a cross-stitch design from it, but you could use this as inspiration for quilting and many other crafts besides.
The only reason I haven't given this five stars is because of the lack of colour photos to give me an idea of the colours originally used. ( )
  JudithProctor | Sep 10, 2009 |
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