What are the "Tarp" versions of patterns in the Design Library?

Dragon Scales, Fish Scales, and a few other patterns can look drastically different on your end product depending on the orientation of the print.  Since, as of this writing, the Print Ecosystem does not include the ability to rotate a pattern, we've decided to include a rotated "tarp" variation of many patterns for your convenience. 

Please refer to the photos below for examples of the print orientation. 

Dragon Scales: Standard orientation. (Photo credit: Cedar Ridge Outdoors)

Dragon Scales: "Tarp" orientation. (Photo Credit: Underground Quilts)



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