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After being unable to work due to illness, my mother pestered me into sewing a quilt. It soon became an obsession and I have now been sewing since April 2012.

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Arrow Churn Throw

from Nightingale Quilts
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Arrow Churn Throw
Arrow Churn Throw
Arrow Churn Throw
Arrow Churn Throw
Arrow Churn Throw
Arrow Churn Throw A suggested variation in the pattern

Pattern Description:

Anyone else ever want to make a throw, yet have little time to throw it together? I have been getting into the quick and easy "big block" quilts that come together surprisingly quick and are the perfect size for movie nights and covering the napping kids on the lounge.

The Arrow Churn Throw is a striking pattern that mixes the traditional Churn Dash block with my favourite thing at the moment - arrows! It is perfect for a quick and easy gift for the men in your life. It isn't a flower, and with the right fabrics, your father will be sitting proudly on the lounge with it on his lap!

The pattern includes instructions on the constructions of half square triangles (HST), flying geese and the square-in-a-square block for those that may not have made them before.

If you have any questions, suggestions, need help or just want to say hi, my email address is nightingalequilts@gmail.com, my instagram is @nightingalequilts (I'm there all day if you need any question answered) and my blog is nightingalequilts.blogspot.com.au

Photos By Darcy Childress
(Quilt also pieced and quilted by Darcy)


  • Colour A: 1 1/4yards
  • Colour B: 1 1/3yards
  • Background: 1 1/2yards
  • Binding: 1/2yard (7 WOF x 21/2" strips)

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary cutter
  • Quilters ruler
  • Small square ruler (not necessary, but very helpful)
  • Rotating cutting mat (not necessary, but useful)
  • Cutting Mat

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