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Thread: How to make an Arrowhead block

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowQuilt
    Nice tut tyvm. How big is the block when finished?
    Thank you! My block is 4 1/2 inches unfinished.

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    Thanks for a great tutorial on a great idea.

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    Great tute, can't wait to try it out.

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    Honestly I don't see the arrowhead either. I made the block not knowing it already exsisted. I didn't name it! If you google arrowhead block you will see a completed quilt.[/quote]

    Thanks I will do that

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    Thanks, I love that block.

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    Great tute. Thanks.

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    I love the tutorial and I'm going to try it. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieF
    love that you can make this block from a D4P...great job on the step by step tutorial
    Yes, I love it too, and the pinks were to die for!! Smilessssss... Hugs and thanks so much.

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    Carrie, Thank you for taking the time to post the tute! I love the Arrowhead block you ended up with. I will be making that one too!

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    Wow CJ, how awesome you are. I really do thank you, by the way your work is always GREAT.... and I do appreciate this tutorial. :)

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    I love this block. I wonder of you could mix it up with a D9p in the same quilt but with 2 different fabrics. This would be great also for scraps to give them new life.

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    Great!!Thank You~~~~

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    Thank you for the tute - the block turned out lovely and I know I'll add it to my list of things to do - one day! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Here it finally is. I did get approval from Patricj first as this is not an original design by me.
    We will be transforming a D4P into an arrowhead.
    My sewing and cutting have been terrible for the last 2 days so please for give the sloppiness of my seam alignment. I had to do this twice because I just couldn't get it together properly.
    Please be patient as I load the pictures and give instructions.
    Please feel free to ask questions but please don't ask me how many blocks or how much fabric you will need to make certain size quilts. I am the kind of quilter that doesn't follow patterns I just start sewing blocks and stop when I think I have enough.
    Remember do not limit yourself to the sizes I use. you can make the blocks any sizes you want. I used these sizes just for this tutorial using scraps.
    Thank you--I really love this block and you can use so many colors and I will start this very soon. Marie

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    Thanks for the tute - well done - very easy to follow. I have saved it for future reference cos D4P has got onto my todo list.

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    Thanks so much for all the work you put into this. I really appreciate it and am definitely going to try it.

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    Thanks for the tute....it's on my ever growing 'to do' list!
    Blessings,
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    Hey there, fantastic tute! I am going to use this block!

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    thank you. Put it in my to do list,

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    Thanks

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    Don't know what more to say but thanks for spending all that
    time to make the tute -- many of us will make these blocks because of the great presentation that you did.

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    Thanks, Really appreciate! Your pics w/instructions are great. Just want to double check on pics 5 & 6 using your 2" ruler I believe what you cut was actually 1" on each side of the seam in the center - is that correct? I am just a beginner and want to make sure...........thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by berrypatch
    Thanks, Really appreciate! Your pics w/instructions are great. Just want to double check on pics 5 & 6 using your 2" ruler I believe what you cut was actually 1" on each side of the seam in the center - is that correct? I am just a beginner and want to make sure...........thanks!
    You would be correct my dear! That's exactly what I did.:)

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    Hey CJ - tomorrow I hope to post a picture on this thread, just to show you all your hard work on the tut is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgreene
    Hey CJ - tomorrow I hope to post a picture on this thread, just to show you all your hard work on the tut is appreciated.
    That would be great. I would love to see what everyone else does.

    Katie I am sure yours will be spectacular.

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