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I was using Wunderlist, and I was wonderling what the texture is that is used in the sidebar, as shown in this image:

wunderlist screenshot
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It looks like some sort of fabric, but I'm not quite sure.

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Be careful now: Apple is discouraging such skeuomorphism with iOS 7 ;) –  plainclothes Jul 22 '13 at 21:33
    
@plainclothes haha yes but I feel like I'm cheating by only knowing how to design flat interfaces and not also skeuomorphic. –  Xylon Jul 23 '13 at 12:41
    
@plainclothes Would you really consider that skeumorphism? If it is, it seems to be extremely subtle. I suppose it sort of looks like a thick piece of construction paper, but when I think of skeumorphism, I think of things more like the iOS newstand app, which is completely unnecessarily designed as a book shelf. On the note of Apple discouraging it, they went to some serious extremes with previous iOS's, such as the example I mentioned. Maybe their idea of going the other way will be a gradual turn from imitating a yellow note pad, or a book shelf. –  Eric Jul 26 '13 at 20:39
    
Certainly this is a milder manifestation than some of Apple's garish attempts. Still it does feign the appearance of an office setting. Which I think they've done well, BTW. –  plainclothes Jul 27 '13 at 6:46
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It does look like Linen or other kind of woven pattern. You can find a lot of such subtle (and free) patterns here: http://subtlepatterns.com/

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Looks to be a basic Linen-like texture to me. Used to mimic the texture of linen stock. Could possible be a Laid texture though. It's a bit hard to tell due to the angle.

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I concur: Laid paper. –  horatio Jul 24 '13 at 19:48
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I'm not sure, but I bet if you add some noise to a layer in photoshop, then applied the motion blur horizontally, you'd be able to create it.

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