From the Rocky Mountain Quilt Shop
I showed a version of this star design with the pattern in the sashing and plain white blocks here:
It's BlockBase #1059.5
Robert Bishop pictured an antique version and called it "Eight Pointed Star."
Antique from about 1840-1860 that I used to own.
It's a great pattern to show off some quilting.
The main difference between the two BlockBase numbers is that here the cornerstone is pieced as a square in a square.
Sashing is a rectangle half the size of the plain block.
If the plain white block is 10", the sashing finishes to 5" x 10". The cornerstone is 5".
From a Carlie Sexton pattern booklet in the 1920s:
Sashing for a circular design.
You can extend the star points by making the sashing longer in proportion.
Instead of 10 x 5" draw it 10 x 6".
Two from online auctions
Above and below, no source.
All these red and white examples look to be from the heyday of red and white quilts
Although I haven't found a published pattern or name before 1970
it seems to have been passed around.
Emma Justine Goehring from the Michigan Project
Two from the Quilt Index
Mary Larkin Moriarty from the Iowa Project