The Star of David, or hexagram, is composed of two equilateral triangles.
With the Spirograph’s 144/96 ring, Wheel 32, using Hole 1, gives you a triangle.
Simply draw the pattern once and then a second time, positioning the hole halfway between the points of the first triangle. There are marks on the ring to help you find the exact middle.
Another way to get a hexagram is with Wheel 64, which inexplicably was not included in the Spirograph Deluxe Set. Fortunately, I have one from my old Super Spirograph.
Note that 64 is twice 32. Wheel 64 also gives a 3-pointed figure, but with loops. Draw it twice and you get this (left). Can you see the hexagram inside the loops?
Maybe you can see the inner hexagram better in the design at right, drawn in rainbow colours (with felt pens). The darker colours create a hexagram in the middle.
There is another way to decorate the hexagram if you don’t have a Wheel 64, and that is using Wheel 80, which gives a 6-point pattern. Move to the inner holes, and you can keep the pattern inside the hexagram.
In the example at left, I used Wheel 80 hole 9 to create the pink pattern well inside the lines made with Wheel 32 hole 1.
From here, the fun begins!
Using variations of colors and sequences of holes, all lined up with the points of the hexagram, you can create almost infinite variations on the theme.
Here is a whole page of designs playing with Wheels 32 and 64, using different colors of felt pens described on this page.