Patterns *yawn* - Yes, I know what you're thinking right now. But...
Please don't just skip this post. Read what I have to say!
If you're like me, whenever I see a new pattern pack for download I think "Not again, another random pattern pack- and I bet it's non-recolorable and made with the EA pattern tool so I can't even transform it into packages". The worst thing is, most people don't even say if they are recolorable or not or with what tools they are made. Many do not have screenshots of the patterns "in action" so you are left alone guessing the quality from the small thumbnails or trying them out and getting frustrated if they look bad in-game.
I can understand if people just don't care about patterns anymore.
I was often disappointed by patterns that looked beautiful in the preview but were just useless in game.
I just can't stand all those "fake" patterns anymore that are non-recolorable and sometimes even don't tile seamlessly. Many people don't put much effort into pattern-making, there are a lot of beautiful patterns out there that could be made recolorable but are not.
BUT you can do so much with properly recolorable patterns!
I rather have a few recolorable ones than tons of non-recolorable ones.
Actually, patterns were the first things I created for the Sims 3. I have created a lot of patterns since then and mostly use my own now instead of the EA ones.
Now, I decided to share more of them with you.
This is not just another random pattern pack. I put a lot of effort into them, making them tileable and recolorable and went through great lenghts to create beautiful preview screenshots and marking them so you can see which pattern is used in my recolorable sample screenshots (I'm really thankful now that Photoshop allows to make folders for the layers. I had about 200 different layers and had to sort through all pattern thumbnails for each screenshot *phew*).
I really hope you appreciate my patterns :)
My patterns are all recolorable and available in both sims3pack and package format. They are made using the TSR Workhsop pattern tool and Delphy's Pattern Packager (I just recently found out that Pattern Packager can create sims3packs, so no more Workshop Pattern tool for me ;) ).
I made several pattern packs so stay tuned for more!
Now to the goodies!
I brought you my Wool Fabric Pattern Collection!
This pattern pack contains wool and knit patterns to keep your sims cozy and warm during the cold seasons!
There are 60 patterns included and most of them come in different sizes- should be something there for every taste :)