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Thread: Dog Stuff for Dglvr

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    Super Member dglvr's Avatar
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    Well I guess my pics didn't show up so I'll try again.

    Heidi and Tank waiting for Santa
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    Heidi and Tank hogging the bed as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    Cute cute cute. Ahhhh what a couple of babies. They look spoiled. Thats what they are for right? My Dobies are very spoiled too. They like it that way. They are just so loveable.
    I shared a couple more picture of my babies.
    Thanks for sharing your babies.
    Aren't dogs great.
    Kim
    and aren't we bad for spoiling them so much? They are my babies though, I didn't have a picture of my other one he is brindle coat pug/carin terrier cross...he is so well behaved. I had alot of pics of the little one named Gabby, she is only 7 months, 8.5 lbs.

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    Great quilts! I love the dogs of the month one. So cute!

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    Kim, your quilts are FANTASTIC!! The Dog of the month was inspired. Especially Thanksgiving with a turkey leg in his mouth. You do great work. Did you see the doggie bone fabric in mine? That is what I was talking about in the pm I sent you.

    If I could applique, I would love to do one of Pembroke Welsh Corgis.

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    No we are not bad for spoiling our babies. My babies don't know any other way. 8) No such thing as spoiling a dog to much is there?
    I hope not.
    Well I hope it turns out that people want to do a doggie block exchange.
    I know there are alot of dog lovers out there besides us. It would be nice to see the results that everyone came up with.
    Thanks for chatting.
    Kim

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    Glad you liked my quilts.
    Yes the doggie fabric in yours really made for a nice doggie quilt. I noticed in your Center of Attention Quilt you had other Doggie Fabrics in it as far as I could tell. Very cute. I think someone mentioned doing a dog block swap after seeing your Center of Attention Quilt. It is very striking.
    Hey I did do applique on that Dog-Yeared Quilt. BUT I could have done it with all just No Sew Heat n Bond. Then all you have to do is trace, cut and iron on. I've done a few projects using that and they turn out just as nice. You should try it. If your looking for Pembroke Welsh Corgi Pattern
    I'll see what I can do for ya. I probably have 1. Atleast 1. Have you ever done a block using color crayons? I just got 2 Roosters done . That way you could also trace a Corgi and color it and put it in a block. I'll send you a picture of the Rooster done with crayons. My first crayon project and it was alot of fun.
    Have a great day.
    Kim


    Rooster done in crayon also with thread play. My first time for a crayon project also my first attempt at thread play
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    Close up picture of thread play. I got this pattern from Texas Quiltery. She has alot of nice patterns.
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    Gorgeous!!! Very Nice Work and Very Cute dogs!!! We have 3 minpins and they are very spoiled I got 2 book of appliques big dogs and little dogs. have yet to try them. they are on my to do list.
    Give me a little while and i would LOVE to join a doggie block swap.
    Love the crayon chicken block also

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    WOW! All the quilts are so cute AND so are all the puppies!!! :D

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    Thanks Joykey for your response. Glad you like the quilts. They are fun.
    Wow 3 Minpins. Awesome little/big doggies. Never a dull moment at your house. :-) I think I know the books of big dogs and little dogs your talking about. They are in my to do pile too. I'm going to really work at my UFO's so I can start my to do pile. So far I've found 6 UFO's hiding in all my little hiding spots in my sewing room. :shock: I'm not done searching but I know there are more. Its amazing how many projects just jump off the work table and hibernate no matter what time of year. With cooler weather coming it will be alot easier to stay focused
    on getting those done.
    Thanks again.
    Good night.
    Kim

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    That dog of the month is just too cute...............here's my big baby, Rose.
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