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After a lot of looking on my own and with the help of board members, I was unable to come up with the block I had in mind. So with the help of graph paper, I made my own.
It is a four patch in the center, flying geese around. The flying geese have a 1 1/2" strip added to each end to make the arrow point correctly. It measures 8 1/2" unfinished.
I thank all that helped, I did find some cute arrow quilts with your help.
Last edited by jeank; 12-06-2012 at 07:52 AM.
Jean in MI
That looks great!! That will make a nice quilt!
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i like the block you came up with. Lots of cute ideas from others as well.
There is one that Anitia Grossman Solomon did for Quiltmaker magazine I think in 2011. Also on this forum she commented on it so maybe you can still find it. It is called Anitia's Arrowhead and was a wonderfully easy technique. If you got the colors right I think this might work for you
That is too cute. I have some perfect fabrics for that. Another good idea for the future.
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that is really a cute block you designed.. I love it.. be sure to show us the final when you get it all done. Love your colors also. Nice and bright for kids.
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I like the block you came up with. It'll make a nice and bright quilt!
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