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Thread: How to make an Arrowhead block

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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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    Great job Carrie :thumbup:

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    nice variation of the D4P..thanks

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    thanks! neato!

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    Carrie, you did a good job and we all appreciate it and your hard work..............Thanks Alot...............

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    This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for enjoying this tut. I appreciate all the comments.

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    Great tut!! Thanks want to try this one, you make it look so easy.

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    Thanks Carrie...very kind of you. Great there is no waste...just my sort of block.

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    Thanks for the lovely tutorial. I like your choice of fabric too. :D

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    Nice tutorial.
    Thanks

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    I also enjoyed the tute. Have not made a D9P yet, but you can bet I will.

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    Thanks for sharing--a great tutorial--very clear!

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    Great tute! Now I gotta make this block.

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    I am making the arrowhead block that was in Quiltmaker magazine. Love how its made. So easy.

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    Thanks for taking the time to this for us. I have it bookmarked!

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    You did a great job on the tute! Thanks so much for taking the time to do that!

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    great tute! thanks

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    Love the tute and the end result. Good advice for the leftovers. I don't like to waste!

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    Thanks.

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    Thank you! You're very clear and the photos are good.

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