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Thread: Tutorial on Hickory Nut quilt blocks

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    Sorry after I posted I went back to your post and realized that you mentioned this was the finished table topper. I really like it, good job.
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    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    I have never seen this pattern before but it does look like fun so maybe I will have to find the templates also. Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial on this.
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    Has anyone tried this using the Accuquilt hexagon die - the one with three on them? I do not have that one but if it would work doing this I may get it.

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    I just ordered the hexagon...the one with all three of them from Joann's since it was on sale. I am going to try this method and will let you now how it works. I am still a bit unclear how I am going to sew them by machine together zigzag?

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    Well, that is just nifty. Thank you

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    I would love to see pictures of what others have made. I also am thinking to use fusible on the larger hexagon, and use the smaller one for the batting, backing and then iron. then sew them together...my mind is rolling...

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    Super photos. I have that set because I enjoy anything hexie. I had no idea they were to be used in combo like this. Will make a few tonight just for a mug rug. Thanks.

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    I bet this would also make a wonder kitchen rug using furniture fabric.

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I had a time with the details with the instruction sheet that came with the templates. The tute answered all my questions. Thanks again!

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    Great tute as usual

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