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, and at the Small Blog Meet at Lily's Quilts.
Dark blues - both Sevenberry, not sure of names.
Pale grey - Botanics - Leaves
Pale Solid - Moda Bella - Porcelain
Red - Riley Blake - Sasparilla