I sent it to the programmers at Electric Quilt.
Now that it's in the new BlockBase+ you can print it any size.
#3369 would seem to be perfect for EPP, making
a paper template for each piece, etc.
Here BlockBase+ has drawn the patterns for a 9" block. It's a circle in a square with a six-sided shape in the center. The algorithm gives us a template for every piece. I think of Al Gorithm as a human in the back room to whom I must explain everything. Al usually wins as I have no idea what I am talking about.
But here I am going to email Al and ask if the corner pieces are not the same and could thus be one template, etc.
When I first started working for EQ I was explaining (trying to explain) the seam allowance concept to the chief programmer. Suddenly a light bulb went off linking sewing land to programming land. "Oh. A simple algorithm!" says he. Me, I says, "Whatever," and went home and looked up the word algorithm (a formula to shorten programs.)
And now we have a simple algorithm called Quilt Layout which gives you a variety of sets for each block.
Here is the block set all over in a grid.
And on point.