I have had this pattern "kitted-up" for YEARS! I still like the pattern, & I really don't know why it is still just kitted up.
(I have a theory...)
My fabrics pretty much mimic these...
But I have a lot of Hanukkah decorations/quilts. I don't really need another one.
I have decided to turn this into a Mizrach. Mizrach, meaning "East", defines a decoration hung on the walls of the home or synagogue to indicate the preferred direction or orientation for prayer, i.e. facing east toward Jerusalem.
My question to you, should the letters be white, since I will not be doing the candles?
The letters will be in the sky - like a moon/sun, without rounding them... The candles & flames will be completely eliminated. I am going to start with the city & audition a day sky & the original night sky - I am partial to the night sky... I will also audition a few choices for the letters in Mizrach. I have gold "fibers" to couch around the outlines of the buildings & for the star in the one building - I will probably couch some around the letters too. (PLAYING with a new foot.)