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Thread: Tutorial on Hickory Nut quilt blocks

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    Great tut. What foot were you using? - looked like it rode the edge perfectly.
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    I was hoping to see something finished after going through all the posts ....I noticed this thread was started quite awhile ago, what did everyone make with the templates. They look very interesting.

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    thanks for the tut.
    Just passing through!

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    HEY YOU GUYS!!! Where are the pics!!!!!!!
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    Thank you so much for this tute and info on where to order. Just placed my order and hope to soon get started on this.

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    WOW! Just think of all those hexagons that i have been English Paper Piecing....and i still have to layer it and quilt it! I wish i would have seen this. I will definitely show this to my friend that just asked me to show her how to to hexagons like mine. She says, 'do you mean i have to hand stitch them?' She will be pleasantly suprised!
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    I love grandmother's garden quilts and this looks like a fun way to do a quilt as you go!

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    that is soooooooooooooooo neat! thanks for sharing!
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    Wow...This template looks awesome. For those of you that have bought one, did you make a quilt with it? was it as easy as it looks?

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    Just browsing thru the various links on the board and came across your tute and have a finishing question. How do you join the hexies together, by machine or whipstitch like you do the GFG?

    Also would love to see a picture of it finished, what did you make using this method?
    Happy Quilting
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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.
    Happy Quilting
    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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    great tutorial, thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie View Post
    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!

    Thanks a lot for pics. I will try your technic .....

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    Thanks a lot for your pics.
    I will try to make a exercise with your technic.

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    Very cute, thanks for the tutorial. Do you show how to put the blocks together? Sue

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    Looks like a neat idea. I will have to try it. Thanks.

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