Again, going through my scraps I pulled together enough fabrics to make this 14-color spectrum, interspersed with mostly white/black prints.  You can’t see the details in some of the white and black prints but there’s a fabric that shows American landmarks (the Statue of Liberty is in the centermost hexagon) and another fabric that shows a village called “Quilt Town.”  You will notice in the appliqued small hexagons in the upper and lower border that there is two of every color except yellow.  That’s because I wanted the small hexagons to start and end in the “up” position and, because I absolutely could not find any more of one of the yellow fabrics (and if I had to eliminate the yellow hexagon from the top border, I had to eliminate it from the bottom border).  One of the risks of working with scraps is you run out!