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Need help in recreating this wave swirl pattern on the jersey. Its subtle due to being the texture of the jersey. It is Nike's NextGen Vaporknit NextGen Vaporknit nike website

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  • Some textile fabricating engineer has invented a practical way to knit together fabric which has less dense areas as stripes and the fabric still doesn't disintegrate, not at least before the buyer has paid. Are you interested in that knitting technology or only making good lookalike copies of the curves onto something else than sportwearings? Onto what? Know that patterns can be protected. It's up to you find their copyright status. – user287001 May 3 at 12:19
  • Looks like a fingerprint. So you can just to shot your finger or palm impression, and correct the photo (and to trace it if you need a vector image). – Yuri Khristich May 3 at 15:49
  • Here is a cool lesson, how to create not quite exactly the same texture but, probably it's possible to do something alike: vimeo.com/61154654 – Yuri Khristich May 3 at 16:07
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Based on the lesson I've managed to make this.

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It's not 100% the same, but pretty close and simply.

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  • Hi, Welcome to GDSE. Although the link may answer the question, we generally discourage link only answers as these tend to rot over time. It would be much better if you could mention the basic steps in your answer. Doesn't need to be a full tutorial. Thanks. – Billy Kerr May 4 at 16:04
  • Ok, but I rather remove my answer. Since it looks like GDSE people (here, at least) are very tight with gratitude. ( – Yuri Khristich May 4 at 17:14

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