Last but not least, we’ve arrived at the level of the pattern itself. The pattern is a container that holds all your parts, along with the configuration and the store.

In reality, your pattern will be a constructor that takes the user’s settings as input and will return a new instance of your pattern.

That pattern instance will have a draft() method which will do the actual work of drafting the pattern. Once drafted, you can either call the render() method on the pattern instance, or pass it to our React component to render it in the browser.