Elmow #24 – Drexler Square

This Elmow was inspired by Leopold Drexler’s work in the 1890s. I love how his graphics are organic, but still very symmetrical. It makes my ordered little brain happy. I hope it does the same for you!

LMOW 24 - Square VineThe actual line pattern is about 5 inches square. Feel free to use a photocopier to enlarge or shrink it to a preferred size!

No longer available as a download. Sorry! !




Note: Elmows are distributed as a pdf file. If you don’t have it on your computer, you can get the free Adobe PDF Reader here. This creates a nice clean chart or pattern that you can print on your printer (and size up or down using a copy machine, or even work from the monitor, if you want.

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Reminder – please read–

Because of the size of my downloadable shopping cart (relatively small), after Elmow #12 I will have to begin rotating Elmows. This means that as I add a new one, the oldest remaining one will no longer be available. When Elmow #13 goes up, Elmow #1 comes down. #14 loses #2 and so forth. If you want older Elmows, now is the time to get them. :)

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