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Thread: looking for pattern for "arrows" quilt

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    Senior Member jeank's Avatar
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    looking for pattern for "arrows" quilt

    I recently saw a darling baby quilt. It had blocks of 4 arrows, pointing in different directions.

    It was of 4 primary colors, the center of the block was a four patch. The next round were like flying geese, pointing all four directions.

    Have you seen this pattern? I have googled and did a tutorial search and come up empty handed for this block.

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    Here's a link. It's probably not the one you are looking for but it is cute.

    Scroll down a wee bit.

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/92887572...s-reserved-for
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    That would be very cute.
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    If this is the quilt you're looking for, the design was inspired by Follow the Arrows, the cover quilt from the Fall 2009 issue (#105) of Quick Quilts Magazine (p. 26).
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/myquilt...7625248399394/

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    Neither of those, but both are cute. I think if I got out some fabric, I could figure it out, but a pattern or picture would help.

    four patch in center and arrows point away from the center.
    Jean in MI

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    I purchased a pattern from the blog site called "A little bit biased" she made an arrow quilt for her son. Its really a cute pattern -don't know if that is the one you are looking for. I do remember seeing a free pattern for an arrow quilt recently but I cannot remember where. Good luck.

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    This one? If 2 of the smaller blocks were turned around, it would have a 4-patch and all arrows pointing out.
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7164/6...01207061d5.jpg

    ETA: oops, the arrows would point in. But you could easily move the squares to reverse that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristakz View Post
    This one? If 2 of the smaller blocks were turned around, it would have a 4-patch and all arrows pointing out.
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7164/6...01207061d5.jpg

    ETA: oops, the arrows would point in. But you could easily move the squares to reverse that.
    This is not the one I am looking for, but I like it. If made wth 4 colors it would be really cute.
    Jean in MI

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