A complicated graphic but looking at the block it's pretty simple.
A Maltese Cross style block in a bold sashing.
Simple, except for getting 8 seams to meet in the center.
The oldest name is Winding Ways from the Ladies Art Company
or maybe Nashville from Hearth & Home magazine about the same time.
Buttercup from a Grandma Dexter catalog in the 1930s
The design was most popular in this counterchange shading
alternating dark & light blocks. To get the repeat you need to
see it as four blocks.
So it's also in Four-Patches as #1512.
Pink & white from Cindy's Antiques.
The pattern requires some real piecing skill in this four-patch format.
Precise matching of a lot of curved seams...
You could make it a little easier and draw those
side seams as straight lines.
Then it's another number #2709
published in the Star as Ice Cream Cone
Straight sides. Quarter circle curves,
Or just give up the curved seam idea completely and call it a Kaleidoscope...
with a different number #2704
Parquetry for a Quilt Block
Kansas City Star
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