So I simply doubled the design and came up with Trailing Tears.
I've also finally taken the suggestions of many readers and started publishing bigger photos. Feel free to click on the image to see a larger version of this design:
I focus less on perfection and more on consistency. If your lines remain consistent distances apart, your eye won't catch the small "weird" areas where you may not have filled the design perfectly.
This is one of those excellent designs that flow from shape to shape very easily with only a small amount of traveling.
Inspiration - Flowing glass is a really nice fill, but sometimes you will want a closer texture and the slightly different effect of Trailing Tears
Difficulty Level - Beginner. This is a very easy shape to master and because of it's free form nature it can be very forgiving.
Directional Texture - 2 directions. This fill flows from one side of your quilting space to another so it works great as a horizontal or vertical filler.
Suggestions for Use - As proved in the challenge piece, Trailing Tears would look terrific placed horizontally in 2.5" sashing. This would not only fill up the spaces between your blocks, it would add much needed texture to an area that is usually left blank.