If one likes to work in fabric design, a more open pattern is better. You can draw the first grid, scan that to a graphics program and replicate it, then scale to size. Although they want it more involved, companies that produce Sampler Patterns look for and buy this kind of work.
This drawing is all done by hand, long before home computers had programs for this type of work. Drawn around 1981 for a fabric company.Studio work Pen and ink
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