Perhaps the boldest most monumental design using hexagons I have ever seen because of the solid colors used. Probably a thousand or more hexagons radiate in bands of color from the center. This is the same hexagon shape more familiar to us from the Depression era's sweet looking Grandmother's Flower Garden (ubiquitous) quilt pattern. Deep rich colors one could hardly call pastel, small scale hexagons about 1" in size. A dazzling graphic suitable for an interior of any era. To be exhibited at the Tokyo Dome Quilts Japan Festival 2012 exhibition of hexagonal pieced quilts, we can send it to after it returns from the exhibition.