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Thread: Looking for directions on a block

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    Looking for directions on a block

    I had directions for a block and can't find them and hoping someone knows where I can get them. It was for taking two squares of fabric and sewing them right sides together. You left a 2 inch section open at opposing corners and then cut the square into sections and from that you had pieces that you reassembled into a finished block. Hoping this makes sense. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by citruscountyquilter View Post
    I had directions for a block and can't find them and hoping someone knows where I can get them. It was for taking two squares of fabric and sewing them right sides together. You left a 2 inch section open at opposing corners and then cut the square into sections and from that you had pieces that you reassembled into a finished block. Hoping this makes sense. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

    It is called the Anita's Arrowhead block. Fun to make!

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    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    Thank you, thank you. I can start breathing again and stop beating myself up.

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    Thank you very much.

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    Never seen this before. Thanks for sharing.

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    I haven't seen this one before.

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    I have all the blocks made for this quilt but have not put them together yet. Had a lot of fun doing it.

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    New to me. Thanks for the link, looks like fun!

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    This is also known as the Amazing Three Cut block. It is so easy to do and fun to create. I have done it with and without sashing between the blocks. Also all blocks the same color forms a secondary pattern once assembled. Or it can be done scrappy. This is a really cute, fast, and fun block for those last minute baby shower gifts too!

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