The basic design element (core) of the pattern is a dodecagon whose sides are not straight lines but arcs. Dodecagons are arranged linearly in multiple rows and intertwined (i.e., partially overlapped). This is how the famous Arab lattice pattern is obtained, and we have named the one here the interlaced oriental repeating pattern. Patterns like this were characteristic of Arab architecture and most often we can see them carved in stone, in mosaics or various wooden panels. They are very easy to draw, especially if you are familiar with vector or 2D CAD software. This pattern is especially easy to draw. It is enough to draw a dodecagon design element, arrange it as in the picture, and then achieve the intertwining effect by trimming (deleting unnecessary arcs parts). As you can see, similarly you can create your own oriental lattice pattern, just by drawing some other shape instead of the dodecagon.