Floral Vector Stock Patterns in Repeat with PSD & AI Files

Floral Vector Stock Patterns in Repeat with PSD & AI Files

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When it comes to Floral Stock Patterns Textiles it’s all about weaving or making certain patterns for a cloth that can be used in various applications. The patterns can be used for clothing, household textiles or decorative textiles like carpets. Textile designing is a process in a full circle from gathering raw material to a finished product. The fiber yarn and the finishes are the key elements to be considered during the textile design procedure. The designer should be very creative and have a great aptitude about developments happening in the textile world.

Latest Floral Vector Stock Patterns:

When Motifs of different flowers are used as prints it’s called a flower design. The most common flowers used are tulips, jasmines, sunflowers, roses, show flowers. Floral designs also encompass leaves, thorns and Bamboo Prints. These prints are the most loved ones and used in textile designs. Such fabrics can be used in multiple ways and have multiple uses. With different layouts like tossed, one-directional, two-directional, packed or borders. These designs can be used for apparel wears, interiors, decorative textiles or home furnishings.

How Floral Patterns came into being:

For many centuries, people used the real flowers for decoration-bouquets, brooches to floral wreaths. It gave it a personalized fragrant touch and a sublime touch to the attire.First-time florals on the fabric were used in the 12th Century in China. Fabrics were embroidered with flowers and scenes from nature. This trend then became famous in Middle Eastern and Asian countries. It then passed onto Japan and they started using them on kimonos as intricate floral embroidery.

When did people actually start using Repeat Floral Patterns?

The ancients from Egypt are known to be the first florists. They created a design of highly stylized wreaths, canter pieces, garlands for banquets, processions, temple offerings on burials. The Egyptian Floral designs were simple, in order and repetition of a particular pattern. Flowers, foliage’s and fruits were arranged in vessels like spouted vases and baskets. The most often used flowers were violets, jasmine, lilies, narcissus, poppies, acacia, and roses. The selection of flowers was based on their symbolic meaning. Apart from being considered as fashion accessories and symbol of beauty Lotus blossom was considered sacred as it signified Sun God “Ra” and its use was ubiquitous. If we talk about floral designs of Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines. They used flowers to make flower crowns and garlands of flowers during festivals. Greeks mostly used honeysuckle, roses, lilies, hyacinths, tulips, and marigolds. They also used decorative herbs like thyme, flowering basil, and rosemary. During the times of the Byzantine Empire, Romans made spiral and conical designs, using clusters of blossoms at regular intervals. Flowers that were popular with Romans were pine, cypress, lilies, carnations, daisies.

 It was during the fifteen and sixteen centuries that Venice and Florence became renowned for their velvet fabrics with gold and silver threads used to weave floral patterns after the pomegranate motifs. In the middle ages, the first fabrics with floral designs were found with Italian Merchants. They traded with Ottoman textile manufacturers and brought sumptuous woven velvet fabrics to sell in Europe. The Italian weavers, however, were experts at copying the Ottoman velvet fabrics and this started producing luxurious textiles with organic motifs having pomegranates and vines. These motifs were very ornate, heavy and stylized. 

The Floral Patterns and Designs in the 19th century:

 The 19th century actually became a culmination of the popularity of floral patterns. The patterns were eclectic in its approach, less original in its interpretation of motifs. However, this time period also brought some bright moments in the life of floral designs and patterns. The effect of the Industrial Revolution also rubbed on the textile industry, the textile production increased tenfold. The machine printed fabric named chintz flooded the textile market and was extensively used in womenswear. Even the language of the 19th century was considered floral language and thus it was experienced in the clothing of the period. The romantic excitement for that period was also exhibited by motifs used in those times. In fact, during the late 19th century some European artists, especially the ones known as impressionists took notice of arts in Asia. They depicted the Chinese folding screens, Japanese kimonos in their paintings. These artists were responsible to start the trend of orientalism which became everlasting. 

The Floral Stock Patterns and Designs in the 20th Century and the Contemporary floral patterns.

The 20th century and especially the 21st Century has been the one which has seen the floral patterns and designs used most as classic motifs not only in garments but also in footwear and headwear. The 20th century saw the wave of popularity of floral patterns in a much broader sense. The trends which emerged were Flower Power on the '60s, the tropical floral designs on the '50s and '80s and even now the millennials opting for floral leggings indicates that floral designs and patterns especially in womenswear has been a major part of their fashion and is here to stay. In fact, in some time the floral patterns and designs would be considered as "Eternal Fashion