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Thread: Tutorial on Hickory Nut quilt blocks

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    Thanks for the info.
    Bev

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    Just saw on Pinterest

    This just popped up on Pinterest when I searched "Quilting". I wasn't a member of the board (that sounded kind of cool - "member of the board") when this was originally posted and I am so glad I found it as it is SO awesome!!! Can't wait to try this. Thanks for posting the tut **

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    Hickory Nut Templates

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie View Post
    Here's the template set. You can see that it's a hexagon shape and the "shell" is the outer ring and the "nut" is the inner hexagon. The ring is 1" larger than the nut all the way around. So the nut is the finished size of the block. This nut is 3.5" across top to bottom, so the ring is 5.5" across top to bottom.
    I'm anxious to make this table topper. Can you tell me where to purchase the hickory nut templates? I checked on-line at Joanns and did not find them there.

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    I like this!!! Thanks for sharing! Another one on my list!

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    That is by far the best tutorial I have ever seen. Written in "plain english" and great pictures. Dont know if
    I would have the patience to make one or not, but have bookmarked it just in case.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    iluvsewing68: Here is Eddie's reply to a similar earlier post:

    The templates are made by a quilt shop here in Arkansas called Hickory Hill Sewing Center. They have a website, but it doesn't have online ordering on it. They will, however, do mail order by phone, so if you want to call them to place your order, you can. Their phone number is (501) 318-2SEW. They have 3 sizes of templates, Small ( 2.5" finished block size ), Large ( 3.5" ), and Extra Large ( 6.5" ) .

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    very interesting pattern, thank-you for sharing
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Have not seen this template, will have to look for it, like it, thanks
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    I had not seen this before, but is a fantastic concept/pattern.....I will be trying it!!!
    Penny aka PLS 1946

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    I live in Hot Springs and also belong to a quilt club here through the extension office. We are called the "Crazy Quilters". I Loved the tute. I am in the middle of doing Grandmother's Flower Garden and I want to do this next. Thanks so much.
    We meet the second Tues. of the month at 10 at the Garland county fairgrounds. Love to see you there.

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