Hi friends! If you work with Illustrator to create repeat patterns, you will probably find that some thin lines might appear when the pattern is used in an object. Those thin lines are a bug of the program, so you shouldn’t worry if your module is correct.

So first of all, to test if our work is correct, we have to check that the measures of the artboard and the module containing the pattern are the same and they are aligned, so we won’t have errors.

I have created a short video explaining the process that I follow when I am creating patterns to do these tests. In addition, I share with you a tip to avoid the thin lines when we want to export an object that contains the pattern.

I hope it is useful for you!

Lots of love!:)

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