Once again, I took the original motif and dissected it into pieces, then rearranged the bits, keeping all the pieces the same scale. I then scaled down the whole element before putting it into a half-drop repeat and compressing the space between the motifs.
Today's pattern is named after a little surf spot in Portugal, Sagres. Known as a laid- back village with simple bars and restaurants and some of the most spectacular scenery in this part of Portugal. There's also a small port with boat-builders and lobstermen and a chapel from sometime in the 15th or 16th centuries, Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Graça, that has an Azulejo tile altar.
I found blue and red tones in the altar that are used in the pattern.