This pattern is a German interlocking circle design with a somewhat Victorian feel and lots of nice detailing. Depending on the palette used, the overall effect can be that of a field of color, or a more distinct pattern of interlocking circles. This pattern has been explored in many different colorways.
This lovely all-over floral pattern that is organic in its execution, creating a carpet of blooms, buds, and leaves.
This pattern is based on a tin ceiling design from the Wunderlich Ceiling Company's 1912 catalog. Wunderlich was an Australian company that produced a fabulous array of tin ceiling designs, many of which are adaptable to rug design. The examples of floorcloths shown here always use the central element of the wonderfully misshapen squares and art nouveau floral design, and then all or some portion of the other elements, depending on the size and shape of the floorcloth.