How To Save A Custom Pattern - Photoshop CS
Pattern Pop-up Palette
Step 1. You can create a custom pattern from an entire image or from just part of an image. If you want to make your pattern from part of an image use the Rectangular Marquee tool to select that section of the image. Feather should be set to zero in the Options bar.
Step 2. On the Menu bar click Edit > Define Pattern to open the Pattern Name dialog box.
Step 3. Give your new pattern a name and click OK.
Your new pattern is now on the list in the Pattern pop-up palette. You can use any pattern with the Paint Bucket tool, Pattern Stamp tool, Healing Brush tool, Patch tool and the Layer Style dialog box.
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