I was just going through some old Quilter's Newsletter Magazines, sorting to get ready to take to a sale this weekend. One cover caught my eye, June 1984. The info says "Antique Rose, ca. 1935 made by Lillian Whiting Shirer of Topeka Kansas. Quilt from the collection of Marie Shirer. The pattern for the quilt is on pages 22-23.
This quilt made me think of a quilt by Rose Kretsinger that I saw in Lawrence Kansas at the Spencer Museum of Art in September 2008. Not quite the same but very similar. Rose was from Emporia Kansas. Lillian and Rose must have shopped for their patterns at the same place. I don't have the date for this quilt, but pretty sure it is the same time period as the one on the Quilter's Newsletter. Sorry my picture is so bad and I could not find the quilt on the The Quilt Index. http://www.quiltindex.org/index.php. This quilt is pictured, in black and white, on page 240 of "The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt in America" by Carrie A. Hall and Rose G. Kretsinger.
In the January/February 2010 McCall's Quilting on page 36-39 is a very similar quilt.
This is designed by Robert Callaham. If you don't have a copy here is their web address and it shows a picture of the quilt. It is called "Antique Rose".
I'm sure there are lots more patterns similar to these. Copied from an even early time period. Now I'll be looking for this pattern in the 19th Century quilts. Fun!