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These patterns are free to copy and use for your town, if you would like. Please just don’t claim these patterns as your own or post them on galleries for sites like ACC. I’d also really appreciate it if you give credit back to me, when appropriate. 🙂
Page last updated: July 4, 2019
The crackers & cream border pieces are meant to either border the chocolate pattern below, or the chocolate pattern by Wendell.
Red brick flowery path:
The flowerbed patterns are meant to border the red bricks.
White path and waterways:
The water patterns can be used as borders or adornments for the white brick path and the white tile.
Pink and purple pansy path:
The fenced-in pansy patterns are meant to border the bricks below, or the wood pattern in the next section.
Pink and purple flowery wood path:
This can be used as a side path for the main path above.
Pastel flowery path:
The flowery pieces are meant to border the pastel bricks. The bricks are actually continued on a bit into the border pieces to add width to the brick portion of the path.
Spaced blue bricks:
This was made as a sort of side path for the pastel path above, but you don’t have to use it as such. It can wind through tight places (where villager houses sometimes are) better than a 3-space wide main path.
Spaced brown bricks:
This is a natural-looking, non-flashy side path with rustic bricks. It can wind through tight places (where villager houses sometimes are) better than a 3-space wide main path.
Spaced brown bricks 2.0:
This is a slightly modified version of the path above, now with rounded corners and a more gradient shading of the bricks.
I’m not as into making clothing patterns as I am for landscaping patterns. I almost consider taking up a pattern slot for an occasionally-worn dress to be a waste, and AC:WW’s graphics are too pixelated for complex clothing designs to look good on your character most of the time (plus, no pro patterns). I’ll post the few I’ve made anyway, though they’re nothing special.
These are some of Wendell’s ground patterns from AC:CF adapted for AC:WW.