Several names suggested themselves to me for this design—most containing some form of the word diamond. In the end I decided to name it after Dame Diana Rigg who starred in the movie I watched while weaving this square. (I was watching In This House of Brede, based on the book of the same name by Rumer Godden. I could go into my lifelong obsession with Rumer Godden’s writing, but won’t. I enjoyed the movie very much. It was very thought-provoking.)
For the original post of this pattern see Hearts and Diamonds Overshot. This is a really beautiful pattern in the Pin Loom “overshot” technique. I have this theory that all “overshot” patterns can also be woven using the 2LW method, so I started with the first one I learned: Amber Vigil’s. With her permission, I share my rendition of the pattern here.
While on the subject of stars . . .
So named because of the diamond shapes that showed up between the woven diamonds.