Jigsaw Waves Vector Pattern
Introduced in 1951 for trials was a two-color "waves" pattern of large russet brown amoebic shapes on a grey background. This camouflage was worn by some members of the Belgian Volunteer Corps ("brown berets") serving in the Korean War, and probably saw limited service with Belgian airborne units, but seems to have been quickly discontinued and completely phased out of use by 1953. The design is printed on a medium-weight cotton twill fabric, which tended to faded significantly after prolonged use. 32x32cm repeatable/tileable vector artwork. Jigsaw Waves Camouflage. Use for fabric prints, graphic fill, or stationary goods. Built in AI CS4.