I found a shoebox of hexagons several years ago at a flea market. All the hexagons were cut from what appears to be vintage fabric (feedsack). The solid white hexagons are cotton sateen. I am trying to figure out how the quilt was originally intended to be completed. There are (6)3 ring flower blocks completed. There are also several flowers of the plain white (2 ring) completed. In the shoebox I have 50+ packages of cellophane wrapped hexies. Each package seems to complete 2 of the flower blocks. The plain white rings somehow connect the flower blocks, but I can't really seem to set it up correctly. This will become my traveling quilt project and I have lots of flower blocks to construct before I must set them together. I just can't see the big picture. Any ideas?