OJO / GOD'S EYE
The name OJO for this quilt design, sometimes named simply GOD'S EYE, evolves from OJO DE DIOS (EYE OF GOD, in Spanish) and there are many other designs which employ the name outside the quilt realm.
This version of OJO was included in Rhoda Ochser Goldberg's QUILTING AND PATCHWORK DICTIONARY (1988), p.144. The same design, with this same title (GOD'S EYE) is also illustrated in Maggie Malone's full-color 5,500 QUILT BLOCK DESIGNS, p.146, published in 2004. And thus it may actually have been borrowed on as a traditional quilt pattern, beginning with Goldberg's compendium.
The following insights are quoted from Wikipedia, that is, on the topic of "Ojo de Dios."
"A God's eye is a yarn weaving and a spiritual object. The Ojo de Dios ("God's Eye" in Spanish) is woven with yarn and wood, often with several colors. The weaving of an Ojo de Dios is an ancient contemplative and spiritual practice for many indigenous peoples in the Americas, and beliefs surrounding them vary with location and history. Some people believe they were originally part of the sophisticated religion of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples.... Traditional Ojos de Dios are frequently woven in solitude, as part of an extended meditation or prayer. In other settings, their construction is one aspect of longstanding communal engagement and connection."