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Thread: Tutorial on Hickory Nut quilt blocks

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    Looks like I'm going to have another WIP going soon! I love the way you make this look SO easy!

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    wow, thanks Eddie

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    Hey there Eddie,our guild is in Hot Springs and we would love to have you Join.We meet the 4th thursday of the month at 5;30pm at National Park Hospitol in the Fordyce room 1900 Malvern Ave. email me if you want to come [email protected] am not hiding...i am in Arkansas but do not know how to put that up

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    Thanks, Beth. Sending you an e-mail! :D

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    For those who are interested, here's a PDF file that has the tutorial in it that you can download and print.
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    I love it! I suppose it would be to tricky for a beginner?
    I'm just starting, but my husband is interested in helping me and he's the brain's that back me! LOL

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    Great tutorial. I can't wait to try it. You gave us wonderful directions. Thanks for sharing.

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    This would make a great I Spy quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Several members here bought the Hickory Nut templates, so I thought I'd post a tutorial on how to make the blocks. Below is a pic of a table topper I made using the Small template set, but the same general construction methods apply if you're making the Small, Medium, or Large blocks.

    I've got 26 pics to show, so bare with me while I get all the steps posted!
    eddie, this reminds me so much of grandmother's flower garden. why couldn't it be assembled in the same fashion with a consistent color where you have used the stripe? i think it would be a lovely red works with embordered centers. this would be a good project to carry completed 'nuts' with you to work on (hand stitch together) while waiting at dr office etc. question...does your family get involved with your projects?
    enjoy your contributions to board. signed...john (a girl not a guy) :)

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    Yes, I think the border fabric around the nuts could be a consistent color like you suggested, like a conventional Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt, it would look great. There's a lot of possibilities with these templates!

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    I have never seen this before. It looks like so much fun. Thanks so much for the instructions.

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    This is a fun tute-thanks.

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    I had never seen this done until today and this is the second time. Your instructions are the best tho. I am dying to try this using christmas fabric.

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    I had never seen this done until today and this is the second time. Your instructions are the best tho. I am dying to try this using christmas fabric.

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    I tried this and am addicted ... thanks for a great tutorial!

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    awesome and so easy to understand. ty so much :)

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    I love this, thanks.
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    Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I just ordered all 3 sets! I'm so excited to get them and start!

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I have similar templates from Kay Wood. No I can see better how to use them. Thanks

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    I got my templates this weekend, and I've cut some hexies, I can't wait to try to make them! Thank you so much for your tutorial.

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    great tute

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    Your words and pictures show the steps taken and the close ups fantastic. I think I could do this. I am going to give it a try. One question, Is the striped fabric all cotton or is it mattress ticking? Thanks

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    It is a cotton ticking fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    For those who are interested, here's a PDF file that has the tutorial in it that you can download and print.
    :lol: Thank you for sharing this! I'm excited about adding this to my "to do" list for 2011. I'm still new here but I have learned so much in a short time. Thanks for taking time to share! :thumbup: :lol:

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    I like this very much too.

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