An odd quilt but familiar to fans of Kansas City Star designs.
#1399.6 Bouquet in a Fan by Edna Marie Dunn in 1933
Dunn did most of the Star patterns in the mid-20th century but she did not
sign many. This might have been one of her original designs.
A year earlier the Star had published Nosegay with a nine patch.
Farm Journal published it too
but even though the design was widely in print
very few quilters attempted it
On line auction
From the Indiana project & the Quilt Index
Twenty-year old Olive Weber Spiegel of Sumiria, Indiana worked with her parents on this quilt in 1938; her father John Weber helped with the design and her mother Lillian Weber quilted it.
The problem may be the basic pattern---whether there's a star or a ninepatch in the center---It just isn't that graceful.
Unless you set in groups of four.
A variation offered by Nancy Cabot
in the Chicago Tribune.