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Thread: This one's for Eddie

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    To all of you who have asked - I did not not have the templates (even though I have a closet full of pattens I usually want to work on something I don't have a pattern for!) I was able to buy a 3 1/2 and 5 1/2 hexagon ruler at Joann's. I then cut a template out of felt so that I would be able to line the center batting and fabric up right. They are quick and easy to make. I did most of a second one today and will make placemats to match for a sister gift.

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    and no pine needles to clean up lol

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    I love it! Great job!

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    Welcome to the board. Love your tree. Great job.

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    Beautiful!

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    what size template was used for the Christmas tree?

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    I used a 3 1/2 and a 5 1/2 hexagon ruler to cut the hexagons

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    Excellent work on that tree! It looks beautiful! And glad I was able to keep everyone from killing each other, LOL! :D

    For those that are interested, here's the link to the tutorial:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-27345-1.htm

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    was looking all over for this picture...just found it...I have the templates and hope to start it soon...thanks for posting

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    Wow...Love it. I am really thinking of making a quilt doing this. Has anyone else here made one?

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