Straight as an Arrow Quilt pattern

Straight as an Arrow Quilt pattern

This simple arrow quilt pattern is made with all half-square triangle blocks. It's a great pattern for a beginner quilter looking for their next quilt project.

Beginner-friendly quilt pattern. It looks complicated but is actually very easy to sew. – Pre-cut friendly – Use Fat quarters, a layer cake, scraps, or yardage. – Three sizes available: lap, twin, and full size, plus a design/coloring sheet for you to easily color/design your quilt!

Why make this Arrow Quilt

1 ½ cups chicken stock 2 tsp olive oil 1 onion 2 garlic cloves 1 cup rice 2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp curry powder 12 olives 2 artichoke hearts 1 celery stalk

This arrow quilt is made using a simple quilt block put together with four half square triangle blocks. The half square triangle blocks are made using the shortcut 4 at a time method. (See the helpful video on web page.)

Easy Assembly

– 35 print/colored 8.5inch squares.  I recommend at least 16 to 18 different prints. – background/sashing fabric: 3 yards of fabric or a combo of 35 8.5-inch squares + 6 jelly roll strips – backing fabric:  4 1/8 yard – binding fabric:  1/2 yard

To make the throw-sized quilt, you need:

Depending on the fabic used, you can get tons of different looks!

To make the quilt:

Make the half sqare triangle blocks.

Sew blocks together and add sashing.

Sew the blocks together, and then the rows.

Voilà! You've made an Arrow Quilt!

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