On Tuesday, March 28, 1933, the Lansing State Journal, published the following:
"No longer is the pieced quilt of Pioneer days, with its many tiny stitches, hidden in the attic, forgotten. All of the old patchwork quilts are being brought to light, and their designs carefully recopied. Modern women are finding a real pleasure in working out the different patterns, and are engrossed in this fascinating pastime.
You will find the pattern illustrated in these columns to be of the old Early American designs, as well as the more modern patterns. The Arrowhead Quilt blocks are 18 inches in size and they work up lovely in a two-color combination of any plain color, print and white."Do you have another name for this quilt block pattern?