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Thread: How to make an Arrowhead block

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    Fabulous tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuddly Quilter View Post
    Excellent idea - thanks for sharing. I am trying to bookmark this, that is when i find out how too. Have not been on this site for ages and still trying to get used to the "new" way.
    To bookmark go to top right of this page and click on thread tools.... then click on subscribe... click on folder and then bookmark... whala

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    Thanks, I printed it and added it to my block notebook.

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    Great Job. Thanks will try it, love the easy tute, learn better with visual.

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    I have never don a D4P, but does this work using scraps, as long as you have 2 contrasting colrs in each block?
    Your tute was great for a slow concept person like me!!!!!!

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    I like the block before you cut the square out of the middle. It looks like it is hard to make, but your tute showed how easy it is. Thank you, Jeanne
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    Wonderful tut!!

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    Wow! We made a quilt the hard way. This would have been so much easier.

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    thanks for a great tute!!!!!

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    Very well written. I'd seen the D4P before, but not the arrowhead instructions--Thank you Donna

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    you certainly simplified it. I love your photo instructions absolutely clear. thanks!
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    What a great pattern. I love this. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Thanks for showing how to make this block. I finally started the FWS last week and have 3 blocks made. Will make the the arrowhead block next. Your tutorial is a great help.
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    too cool. I will give it a shot.

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    Great tute!!!!
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    How cool is that? I love your idea for using the leftovers, too.

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    I came across this tutorial while wandering around here last week and now I have become a D4P maniac lol! I can't stop making these. Going to put this together for my bed and just wanted to say a big Thank You to cjomomma for the lesson and inspiration. I am a new quilter and this has really helped me out - the best way to learn is to just jump in and try and I am really liking this . Thank you again cjomomma!!!
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    One question, if my squares are 5 or 6 inches, would I still use the 2 inch ruler or do I need to make first cuts wider as the starting blocks are larger? Can't wait to try this, I LOVE when simple techniques make for intricate looking blocks. I am thinking I am going with really dark for one block and a lighter version for the other block, possibly same color way. I'll try to post pic if I get it done. Thank you so much for this tute, it's EASY to understand and always better when you have pics to help.

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    This is great! Thanks for posting the tute.
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