Hopscotch and Butterscotch
Hopscotch and Butterscotch consists of two 4 patchs and two half square triangles. I have seen it in books and magazines called the jewel box or variation of a Jacob's ladder.
The sashing and cornerstones make a secondary pattern frequently called the shoofly, churn dash or hole-in-the-barn-door block. Quilting is folkart and the names of blocks were made up by plain folks so there are many names for almost every block.
I places a dark blue cornerstone where the 4-patches intesect for continuity of the strong diagonal movement. I placed and orange or red cornerstones where the triangles meet to call your attention to the shoofly. A few butterflies flit across the quilt where the inside triangles meet.
This is where I'll be snuggled up when the cold winds blow.