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Thread: rag quilt .......done

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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    It mus be something about rag quilts that dogs love. I hope my grandson Bobby likes it as much. This one is for him.


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    looks like the boy may have a fight on his hands.

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    give the poor dog a quilt of his own. :lol:

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    thanks for sharing you did a wonderful job. trying to get inspired to create something different this morning, had to put aside that one quilt I'm trying to finish, machine quilting it, really haven't enjoyed this one, to many outlined bears on it, but has helped with my practice of free motion, tho ,like I said, it's back on the shelf for another day.....gonna work on some appligue i think.

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    Ruth, that is a great quilt! I'm sure your grandson will LOVE it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    give the poor dog a quilt of his own. :lol:
    I will bark, chase cars, and lick my icecream for a quilt! LOL!

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    Aw that turned out really cute Ruth. :) I wish I could see the fabric better. Are those little airplanes?
    I bet the pooch would dearly love to go round in circles and ruffle that soft quilt into a nice comfy ball to lay down on. LOL
    You're granson is a lucky little boy. He'll love it! :)

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    Way to go Ruth! What a snuggly looking quilty. Your grandson is bound to love it. Can't you just see him and the dog all snuggled down for a nap with 'their' quilt? What a picture! :wink:

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    Wow Ruth, you are quick. Great job, he will love it.!! :mrgreen:

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    Wow that's great Ruth, love the way you solved your patt problem, makes a really origional example of a rag quilt. Although it's a pain at the time, I find a challenge like that can help me be more creative. Your solution is A+ :-)

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