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Thread: How to make an Arrowhead block

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    well i'll just have to do one on my own maybe not as good as some but it will work . I'll post a picture when i do . thanks for the block i believe it's now my favorite.

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    You are very welcome CJ, you know me, I can't just sit and look at a tut anymore, I have to do it. LOL And most have to be mini's now, I'm on a roll. At least for a while...

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    You are so talented. How long have you been sewing/quilting? I really enjoy and appreciate the tutorials. I am no where near able to try the 'arrowhead'. A consistent 1/4" seam still eludes me. I think my eyes are crooked, my presser foot a little wider than 1/4 -any advice to make this easier? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by goonberrie
    You are so talented. How long have you been sewing/quilting? I really enjoy and appreciate the tutorials. I am no where near able to try the 'arrowhead'. A consistent 1/4" seam still eludes me. I think my eyes are crooked, my presser foot a little wider than 1/4 -any advice to make this easier? Thank you
    Thank you! I have been quilting for 6 plus years but only got serious (obessed) about it 2 years ago.
    There is suppose to be a tut on here that explains how to get a consistant 1/4in seam. I haven't looked at it. I measured from my needle to right of the needle and found my 1/4in then used masking tape to mark it. I layered to tape and all I have to do is butt my fabric up against the tape to get that 1/4in seam.

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    thanks, Carrie

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    Brill! Thank you so much.

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    thanks for your tut

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    Great tute. It's really fun!

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    Thanks! Great job!

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    I made two of them today and they turned out perfect. Thanks so much. I love them.

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