The trick to re-creating this gingham pattern is to pull a potter's rib (into which teeth have been cut) through yellow glazes, first vertically and then horizontally. Working in small, squared-off sections makes it easier to cover an expansive surface, such as a wall.
Note: The size of the gingham checks depends on the width of the teeth that are cut into a potter's rib.
Other Colors to Try
1. Base Coat: Benjamin Moore 199 Barley
Glaze Tints: Martha Stewart Colors MS106 Rain Slicker (vertical lines) and MS244 Cardamom (horizontal lines)
2. Base Coat: Benjamin Moore 750 Seabrook
Glaze Tint: Benjamin Moore 648 Kokopelli Teal