An interesting if challenging design.
Points plus 8 seams meeting in the center.
Published as Noxall by Hearth and Home magazine
Apparently it was a catchy name, as in Knocks All the Competition.
And there was a Noxall flour
for which a small community in Missouri was named.
By Polly Tyndall from the North Carolina Project
and the Quilt Index. (1880-1920)
If one ring of spiky points was good two was better.
Another variation without a number or a name.
Just four seams meeting in the center.
A magazine page.
A different proportion by the Curry Sisters from the North Carolina Project
and the Quilt Index, about 1880-1920.
You could piece it over paper foundations
I exported BlockBase #3557 into Electric Quilt
and drew extra lines going north/south and east/west.
Print this out on an 8-1/2 x 11" inch
sheet for a paper pieced arc. If the line
along the bottom and right sides = 7-1/2" you'll
have a 15" finished sunburst.
The inner triangles are template pieced.