Created by: Tina Craig
Project

Tina's Arrowhead

What are you most proud of? I finished it in just a week. Once I started making blocks, I couldn't stop! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start! Just dive in and go for it. Have fun combining fabrics. The process is easy to follow. Once you get going, you'll fall into a rhythm. There are logical stopping points, too. You can complete a step and easily come back to it later.

You Can Make This

Tina Craig made Tina's Arrowhead with:

Traditional Blocks Made Simple

Online Class

Traditional Blocks Made Simple

with Anita Grossman Solomon

  • Batiks from stash

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I finished it in just a week. Once I started making blocks, I couldn't stop! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Start! Just dive in and go for it. Have fun combining fabrics. The process is easy to follow. Once you get going, you'll fall into a rhythm. There are logical stopping points, too. You can complete a step and easily come back to it later.

Q&A with Tina Craig

Anita Grossman Solomon asked:
Tina... Batiks! How great! OMG, Why have I not dipped into my collection for this block? I've been storing batiks on a high shelf that calls for a step-stool. So near and yet so far; I'm going to bring them down to earth.
Tina Craig answered:
I'm on a roll! These blocks are perfect to work on while watching basketball games! I have 10 more (perimeters sewn) ready for later.

Skill Level

Beginner