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Thread: Heart Quilt

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    Super Member Celeste's Avatar
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    Fabulous quilt and adorable girls! I call Doxie's "Little Long One(s)".

    My Doberman, EmmaLee has uncropped ears and we love the ear flip.

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    Very very original....Great job .... :D :D

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    Great quilt. I love the colors. I am NOT ready to do curves yet but I love looking at yalls beautiful ones.
    LOL my mini has his other ear flip when the wind blows around here :roll:

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    Very nice!!!

    Kyia

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    I'm definitely not ready for curves, either but love to see how well others manage to patterns with them. Lovely quilt and the black background really makes the other colors pop!!

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    It was more time consuming than hard.

    You just make three different sizes of your shape, make sure your fabrics are different on each size. Sew them on top of each other. Then cut up and down then across into 4 quadrants. Don't bother top left stack, top right stack, move top piece to bottom, bottom right, move two pieces to bottom, bottom left, move three pieces to bottom. Then sew the quadrants back together. (Clear as mud?)

    Mine did not always match up quite perfectly, but the jest of the idea is still there and that was all that mattered to me.

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    that is one sweet-heart!

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    Love this pattern!!! Great job!!

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    Great quilt, she is going to love it. Cute inspectors too :D

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    great fabric and puppy and pattern...

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