Last week’s sketch was so groovy – I just had to keep playing with the tessellation.
In this week’s designs, the curvy cross from Sunday sketch #296 appears without the interstitial stars, and in an expanded palette that avoids the need for alternate colouring.
It looks a bit like a camouflage pattern to me. Not that I really want to be thinking about military clothing right now.
The arrangement of stars can be mixed up a bit…
…and of course there’s nothing stopping you from using more colours. I’ve stuck to a palette of three colours for most of these designs, but four works too.
Like last week’s sketch, this week’s designs could be made into a quilt using drunkard’s path units (or quarter-circles) and a few squares. Lots of repetition in piecing, but I don’t mind that.