Here's a quicky. I interleaved squares into a hex grid with holes. As well, I alternated the right and left turns with the squares. The strategy is almost the same as yesterday's but now a zig-zag action is introduced to the spacers (here a square rather than a pair of pentagons) so that the orientations of the original hexagons are now altered. After two squares, the overall change in the orientation is nothing so you end up with two orientations of the hexagons. This example is much like Sunday's pattern; the hexagons and squares replace the roles of the octagons and heptagons.