Anita's Arrowhead Quilt Block in Alternate Sizes

July 20, 2013
Q:  Do you see anything 'wrong' in this 1-2-3 picture?
A:  Well, in 2008 Frances and Connie were spied simultaneously trimming an Arrowhead
block at Riverbank State Park. They were efficient, in-synch, and it was a happy time.

My block, Anita's Arrowhead,  was first published in  Rotary Cutting Revolution from C&T Publishing, subsequently in Quiltmaker Magazine and is always available online in my extensive Craftsy class, Traditional Blocks Made Simple
I intentionally designed the block to use quarter yards of fabric.  As I'm often asked to re-size the block, I'm sharing my document, Anita's Arrowhead Alternate Sizes  should you wish to proportionately scale your blocks.

You may download my document for your personal use and are welcome to link to it. You may not sell it or republish it in any print or electronic form, without my written permission.


Barbara Sindlinger said...

Thanks Anita. This will definitely come in handy.

Filled with quilty goodness said...

Awesome! I'd been experimenting with different sizes, so your chart comes in very handy. Thanks!

Rachelle said...

This is great!

Sandy Hunter said...

YAAAAAY!! I love the Anita's Arrowhead quilt pattern and am so excited to have other size choices now! Math is really not my thing, and it would never have been possible if you hadn't posted this. :-)