The composition of home textile fabric patterns includes two parts: pattern organization and decorative composition. Pattern organization mainly deals with the coordination between the basic pattern of the pattern and its constituent form. In addition to the influence of personal subjective feelings, the form of the organization usually depends on the decoration object, purpose, material, production process, and other factors. Generally speaking, the organization of patterns can be divided into three categories: individual patterns, suitable patterns, and continuous patterns. And these three forms have various forms of changes due to their different set-up forms and bone methods.
The decorative composition generally has three forms: rhythm, head-up, and stereo. Individual pattern refers to a decorative pattern that can be handled independently and freely used without the limitation of outer contour and bone structure. The organization of this pattern is not directly related to other patterns around it, but attention should be paid to the complete shape and rigorous structure to avoid looseness. Individual patterns can be used alone for decoration, or as a unit pattern suitable for platform patterns and continuous patterns. As the most basic form of patterns, individual patterns can be divided into two forms: symmetrical and balanced.
Among them, the balanced type is also called the balanced type. Its characteristic is that it is not restricted by the symmetry axis or the symmetry point, and the structure is relatively free, but it is necessary to keep the center of gravity of the picture stable. This kind of pattern has a prominent theme, is freely interspersed, has a beautiful image, and has a flexible and changeable style with a strong sense of movement.