I probably have a dozen photos of quilts made in this pattern
from the 1930s and '40s.
It was quite popular despite its set-in Y seams.
I never know where to file it because it's so miscellaneous.
But it has a number in the BlockBase Miscellaneous category.
The earliest publication I've found was in the Rural New Yorker farm newspaper in 1933. They called it Bride's Bouquet or Nose Gay Quilt.
The Laura Wheeler/Alice Brooks company
syndicated a pattern--maybe a year or two later.
And in 1937 when the Kansas City Star was asking readers to send in their
favorites Anna A. Threlkeld of Waynesville, Missouri sent The Nosegays.
You could set it by rotating the blocks, which
several quilters did.
Pat Sloan found this pastel delight on eBay.
Here's a variation. Cockcomb attributed to H. H. VerMehren's mail order business
in the 1930s.
An 8" finished pattern from BlockBase
See Tim Quilts for a post. I am not surprised he has a top in the pattern. It's just the kind of thing he likes.