While at Smuggler's Notch, Vermont I started to make a few blocks, 48 to be exact, for a new quilt. The pattern is called the King's X Block. It is fairly a simple pattern which is what I wanted so that I could showcase the batiks I was using. In short, you pick 8 different fabrics, cut them into squares, cut diagonal strips, and then reposition the piles you are left with. You sew these piles together and you end up with 8 blocks. I was playing around with four of them and I decided on this layout.
I will be making more blocks, not sure how many yet, to make a King size quilt.
Thank you Ann for lending me your batik quilt pattern books!