Hi, I hope someone here can help me! I've been searching online to find a fix to this problem, but I've only seen solutions for Illustrator, not Photoshop Elements. I'm using PSE 2020. When I Define Pattern as a single block and then choose Fill Layer to multiply the pattern onto a larger canvas, faint white seam lines continuously appear. I can zoom in and they are still there (a bug mentioned in Illustrator), I can't find where I can see if the pattern has shrunk or added a decimal to the pixel size or canvas size. How can I solve this issue without having to painstakingly go over my final canvas with a blur or pattern stamp?
Absolutely! I've got plenty. Thank you so much for taking a look. I've been searching for an answer and as I'm still learning the ins and outs of the program on my own, so much of what I read is a bit over my head. 😕
Molly Evans [image: Attachments]6:26 PM (1 minute ago) to adobe.prod|132a0cfc|874c02a2-c5c6-4046-91c2-93f54ff5e7c5 That's very interesting.
When I've created a repeat pattern, I saved the original with Define Pattern and then opened a new document with the measurements I needed for whatever item (mug, bags, etc) and then did Fill Layer and the faint lines appeared.
As I've said, I'm a novice and am trying to learn on my own, so it's entirely likely that I'm doing it wrong! Can you recommend a tutorial I can view to learn the correct way to use the patterns I've downloaded? I'm keenly interested in learning to correctly size patterns for different size products.