\nNext up, I'm going to share how to do one of my favorite things ever—create a repeating pattern! Repeating patterns are great for tons of creative projects. Make coloring sheets for your kids, design your own one-of-a-kind card, or simply enjoy the therapy of creating unlimited copies of your favorite doodles! \nJoin me in the video for this lesson and let's get started! \n\nTips \u0026amp; Tricks:\n\nAfter you create your new 10" x 10" canvas, bring in your vectorized artwork. If you don’t know how to vectorize, make sure you go back and watch that lesson and then come right back here! \nMake sure that anything that crosses the repeat line of your canvas gets repeated on the opposite side.\nAs you're working, check for holes or spots that just look "off." When your scale is smaller, it’s easier to see those obvious issues. Use this to test your spacing.\n\n\nFor step-by-step instructions, be sure to refer to the workbook that comes with this class, or check out the steps below. \nHow to Create a Repeating Pattern:\n\nStart with a 10”x10” artboard.\nStart adding designs to the top of the artboard.\nDrag everything overlapping the edge and right-click \u0026gt; transform \u0026gt; move horizontal : 0 vertical : -10 \u0026gt; Copy.\nFill in the edge and move all overlapping designs to the other side horizontally.\nFill in the middle.\nCreate a box that is exactly the size of your artboard (10” x 10”, in this case).\nMake sure the fill and outline are empty.\nAlign it middle and center with your artboard.\nShift + Command + [ to send it all the way to the back.\nSelect EVERYTHING and drag it into your swatches pallet.\nTest it by using the rectangle tool to create a rectangle or square and filling it with your new swatch.\nRight-click your design for scale and move to adjust your pattern.\n\nI seriously can't wait to see your repeating patterns. After you do your homework for this lesson, meet me back in the next lesson for a super fun subject—creating your own coloring book! See you there!\n\nASSIGNMENT: Using the steps and tips in this lesson, create your own repeating pattern.