Block from a quilt in classic 1890-1920 style.
Wine reds, blacks, grays and lots of blue
BlockBase # 3071 & 3072
The pattern is rather unusual although it was published several times
in those decades. The rectangles extending into the corners can vary in proportion.
From the Ladies's Art Company. They probably modified
an earlier Clara Stone design.
Clara Stone catalog illustration
Here's #3071 as a QuickQuilt from BlockBase set all over.
I was talking to the people at Electric Quilt the other day and they told me that BlockBase, the computer program developed from my Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, will soon be out of print.
The operating system is getting archaic so if you know anyone who would like to have a digital tool for identifying and printing 4,000 patterns they should buy their copy soon as there are only a few left.
Do realize it is only for Windows Operating Systems and it is on a disk
so your PC has to have a disk slot.
Or as PatA says in the comments:You can get USB connected CD drives but I've found you should buy one with a separate power cord.
We are working on a new edition with an updated operating system but it will not be done for over a year...re-drawing 4,000 patterns takes time.