This was a new quilt block for me. Beside’s liking the title of the block — (if not the spelling since, as you know, I am a Canadian, and we like that extra “u” in lots of words) — but I also like that this was a change from the usual construction of the patches. Yes, there are half square triangles and quarter square triangle pieces, but they are used to enhance other units, rather than making them into squares.
This block also gives you a chance to play around with more colour options, and try out an alternate method to construct the centre patch — the square in a square.
I would suggest that this uneven nine patch block would be a choice for those quilters who have made several blocks and are moving on to a more challenging selection. The patches are simple to make, but the pieces need to be handled gently, due to the number of bias edges. (More handling = distorted edges, making it difficult to get the pieces to sew together easily.)
The sample quilts shown below are both created with on point settings, but are different in their layout. You can see that there is no end to the different looks you can create just by changing up the style of quilt setting.