Here's one of the oldest pattern clippings I have:
Farm & Home magazine, 1889
"Simple and Pretty Patchwork. Sarah's Favorite. Two Colors."
In the Busy Fingers department.
I've found pictures of two examples of quilts made in the pattern of triangles and squares.
Both from about 1900.
It works better in a side-by-side set than with the sashing.
It's not in BlockBase but it should be next to 2311
Also Sarah's Favorite---just a little different---fewer triangles.
I drew it in EQ8 by importing #2311 from BlockBase
and adding a few lines. Here it is in the "two colors" that
Farm & Home mentioned. I've given it the number 2311.2
And here it is as an all over block, recolored in EQ8
Kind of interesting.
Maybe best with an alternate block of a cheetos yellow orange.
BlockBase doesn't have a lot of patterns from Farm & Home.
It must have had a small regional circulation.
I just have that one clipping.