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Thread: How to make an Arrowhead block

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    Thankyou for the tute.... You did a great job explaining this one.

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    Wow! You really cleared up my confusion with the pictures of the last step. That was the part I just didn't get. I really appreciate the time and effort you put into doing this for us. Thanks a lot.

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    Very well done,Thank-you :D

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    Great job Carrie. Thanks :thumbup:

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    There is another method shown in Quiltmaker nov/dec 2010 issue that doesn't result in any waste. Although your method would give you the option of making another set of block with the "waste", and it's always fun to get 2 blocks from one process. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Thanks for the tute I love how a simple block can be changed with a few cuts Last summer on the board there was a 9 patch sew along and it was amazing the ideas that others came up with.These look so nice and what a way to do a block. We have a newbie quilt group here that did the 4 to 9 patch would you mind if I shared your arrowhead block with them?

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    Great tute and great block, looks like something you could put together for a quick gift, well the way you do it. Sometimes thing look easier than they really are, at least for me. Thanks for the tute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilt queen 2
    Thanks for the tute I love how a simple block can be changed with a few cuts Last summer on the board there was a 9 patch sew along and it was amazing the ideas that others came up with.These look so nice and what a way to do a block. We have a newbie quilt group here that did the 4 to 9 patch would you mind if I shared your arrowhead block with them?
    I wouldn't mind at all infact I would be flattered.

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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    Very nice and easy to understand. Thanks! :)

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