Created by: kwiltinginny
Project

Anita's Arrowhead

What are you most proud of? I figured out how to use up the triangle scraps. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start big because the small squares made from the triangle points will be very difficult to match and stitch if the original squares are smaller than 5½".

You Can Make This

kwiltinginny made Anita's Arrowhead with:

Traditional Blocks Made Simple

Online Class

Traditional Blocks Made Simple

with Anita Grossman Solomon

  • Cotton fabric. This quilt started with disappearing 9-patches using 6½"squares to make the initial 9-patch. With the disappearing 9-patch made
  • triangles were cut off from center top to center side all around the disappearing 9-patch block. The border squares were made from the cut-off triangles by pairing a dark and a light triangle.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I figured out how to use up the triangle scraps. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start big because the small squares made from the triangle points will be very difficult to match and stitch if the original squares are smaller than 5½".

Q&A with kwiltinginny

SharouB asked:
This is lovely. To me, it has a charming, 19th century feel due to the color combination.
kwiltinginny answered:
Thanks so much!

Skill Level

Beginner