Photoshop Grid Patterns

If you’ve ever tried to create your own seamless repeating pattern in Photoshop, I feel your pain. Getting everything lined up in a pixel-perfect way is tough and what you think is going to look good, usually doesn’t turn out how you’d hoped.  If you’re trying to create a precise pattern, it can be a real headache, even if you zoom in and have everything snap to guides. If one single piece is out of place by one pixel, it won’t look right. The free Photoshop file of the week is actually a set of patterns for creating seamless grids in Photoshop. Below you will see a preview of 20 free Photoshop Grid patterns that you can download for free.

20 free Photoshop grid patterns

As you can see there are a few straight forward grids that simply criss-cross each other. Then there are grids with patterns to them all their own. You will be able to see defined lines within each grid. The alternating light and dark squares is a nice effect, too. All of these patterns come in both black and white with a transparent background meaning they can be applied to almost any element or color. Also in the download is a set of 20 500px x 500px transparent .pngs – one for each pattern. this makes it easy if you just want to overlap it on a design that you are creating.

Download the Free Photoshop Grid Pattern Set

This is a completely free download from Premium Pixels, and you can go straight to the download page via the button below. You can use these patterns to add precise grid patterns to your designs. They will save you tons of time from having to align everything and create each pattern from scratch. What will you use these free Photoshop grid patterns for? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.


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