Anita's Arrowhead: Three Strokes and You're Done

1 day Block Class or multiple day Quilt Workshop
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Believe it or not, each traditional 9" unfinished Arrowhead block is made entirely from a pair of different 8" squares of fabric. Each block has 10 subunits which Anita's method creates with just 2 seams and 3 rotary strokes.
  • There are no templates
  • There is no wasted yardage 
The fast and radical technique allows for the time and opportunity to combine  fabrics and compose the quilt. The ease of the block construction belies the sophistication of the quilt’s appearance. Make the quilt any size you wish. Sewing machine and rotary cutting experience required. Suitable for all levels of experience.
Made entirely of Liberty of London brand fabrics

Christmas fabric Kits for this quilt are currently available from QUILTMAKER Magazine

Huntington (NY Quilters)
As seen a Monday meeting of the Friendship Knot Quilters Guild in Sarasota, FL following  the Saturday workshop,  two days earlier.
by Molly R of Berks (PA) Quilters Guild. She chose Cherrywood fabrics


Anonymous said...

Hello Anita. I love your brain and way you see a simpler way to sew. I made this quilt for my husband. He is a big civil war fan and I read how this quilt is sometimes referred to as a railroad quilt so it seemed like a good choice. I do like your method of cutting and assembling. Thanks so much👍Bev