These six blocks were in a bag of vintage blocks I bought, sight unseen, at a flea market years ago; they have been in my trunk for ages. As I look at them now I know I would never have bought them if I had seen them. I don't know what the pattern is called but they are clearly swastikas to me. I estimate that they were made in the 1940's, but some of the fabrics look like 1910-20 vintage, as well.
I decided that cutting these individually would be too much work, so I sewed them together and will cut them as though they were a whole top. They are hand-pieced and I was happy to see that they were not all the same size and that a lot of the seams were 1/8". This is true of many old blocks; who came up with the "you must have a 1/4" seam" idea??
As I cut this thing up and re-sew it, you will be along with me to see what works and what doesn't because I never know in advance what I will be doing. I'll take pictures as I go along and will be happy to answer questions. It may not turn out to be a masterpiece but for sure, it will be better than THIS!