Just because I know you love triangles!
I wonder if the magic part of this block is when your points all come out perfect? The block reminds me of a combination of a Square in a Square and a Churn Dash. I like blocks that have lots of pieces and sections so I can really get scrappy with it and this block is perfect for that!
As you can see I used five different prints and the black background fabric. If you want an even scrappier look you could add more - maybe the triangles are all different prints of the same color? Go ahead, have some fun with it.
A 3 7/8" x 3 7/8" square
Cut 2 squares of background fabric and then cut on the diagonal once
Cut 2 squares of tan print (scraps) and then cut on the diagonal once
Cut 2 squares of black/tan print (scraps) and then cut on the diagonal once
B 6 1/2" x 2" rectangle
cut 2 of background
cut 2 of scraps
C 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" square
cut 1 of scraps and then cut again on the diagonal twice to make 4 triangles
D 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" square - cut one (scraps)
When I make a new block I always lay out the pieces to make sure I am happy with my choices. I also check for any fabrics that are directional and get things lined up properly. As you can see my triangles have a stripe to them and I want to be sure they all end up going the same way.
I like to start with the center. Take your square D and pair it with a triangle C.
Make sure that the little ears are extending beyond the square and that they are even. If not, go back and check your cutting. This is an important step. Sew. Add the opposite triangle and press toward the center of the block.
Remember to keep an eye on that intersection.