There aren't many patterns that are constructed as an X
This design of half-square triangles was popular about 1890-1920.
BlockBase #2338 has arms of four flying geese extending out from the center point
There are two ways to shade it.
The most common is with a dark and light contrast
but sometimes you see a dark, medium and light as in 2338b:
Vermont from the Nancy Page column in the 1930s.
Most of the time the geese are half dark & half light and very scrappy.
The Ladies Art Company called it Old Maid's Ramble about 1890
Set in a Zig Zag or Fence Rail set, from the West Virginia project
and the Quilt Index
A mid-century version
Late 19th century
Perfect Pennsylvania? Palette
This variation from the DAR Museum has 6 sets
of geese flying out from the center point.
From the Connecticut Project
Same pattern, different shading. If you put a little chrome orange in
the outermost geese you get a pinwheel secondary pattern.
More geese, more numbers
From a sampler date-inscribed 1851
And sometimes the geese are flying into the center.
It may be easier to stitch the geese than count them.