Here three examples of latvian patterns found on various pages and reproduced with seizenn pattern editor.
You can find nice examples of bedouin patterns on http://www.einesaite.com/al-sadu/ and https://backstrapweaving.wordpress.com/tutorials/tutorial-warping-the-bedouin-alouerjan-pattern/.
I’d like to share with you a question about the interface of the editor.
In plain mode, interface is easy. You click on an hexagon to change its color.
For pickup it’s a bit more complicated. In fact when you do a pickup, a thread that should be underneath goes above the band.
The post https://backstrapweaving.wordpress.com/tutorials/tutorial-a-yurt-band-border-in-two-color-warp-floats/ explains how to create a yurt band.
The new release of the loom pattern editor now allow you to create a pickup loom pattern.
For exemple, if the page http://aspinnerweaver.blogspot.com/2016/08/going-green.html has caught your eye, you can design a pattern like this to try a different color:
Click http://raktres.net/l/Kj to go to this pattern or go to http://raktres.net/seizenn/loom_weaving_editor.html to start a new project.
Some other features come with this version. You can discover them on the left panel and I will describe them on next post.