Picture books are a great "read" when I'm tired or can't concentrate. This book has been around the house for decades - I bought it when there was a vogue for painting furniture back in the eighties. Remember Jocasta Innes, anyone? It's a Dover book and like all their publications the images in it are copyright free.
My attention was caught because the circular motifs are called hex symbols - although it's apparently nothing to do with hexagons, but rather some kind of folk-magic talisman. Anyhow I thought my project needed another circle shape - so much the better if it comes with a little magic. And coffee. Lots.
I put this together in the same way as the last one - using polar graph paper. Here's the finished block:
My total pieces so far add up to 864. I'm linking up with the Monday Morning Star Count at Life Under Quilts.
Dark blues - both Sevenberry, not sure of names.
Pale grey - Botanics - Leaves
Pale Solid - Moda Bella - Porcelain
Red - Riley Blake - Sasparilla