I put the e-pattern for sale on my website, and have received images of quilts made from it, including this one by a wonderful quilter named Wayne:
I also used the pattern to spell out 'Shalom':
Very gratifying! Designing such a complex quilt meant lots of experimenting and discards. I wound up with a stack of leftovers, including these:
Here's a closer look at the aleph (first letter of the Hebrew alphabet), front:
And the back, with most of the paper pattern still in place,
I took two orphan hamsa blocks that were not fails, added borders, quilted them, put on a hanging loop or sleeve (respectively), and voila!
They're quilted with gold metalic thread, and are about 10" square.
Here's what the hamsa pattern looks like. It's one of the most complicated patterns in the set.
That's 22 pieces! Most of the letter patterns have far less!
(If you're interested in making your own, the epattern is sold in my Etsy shop, as well as from my Judaiquilt shop, here.)