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Thread: Repurposing Blocks I No Longer Like

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    Power Poster gabeway's Avatar
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    Good use for someone who won't care what it looks like but enjoy the comfort.
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    Great idea.....don't you love when things come together like that! So nice of you and I am sure it will brighten her car!

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    Outside of the eyes, looks so much like my much beloved dog, Dingo, that I had when I was 16. He had eyes like a lion, beautiful, big topaz-colored outline in black, he was a mixed breed, but looks like your dog's body build and he had a question mark tail, still miss him. Happy Birthday to Bailey! Do you know what he is mixed with? I often thought it could be lab and boxer, but he was a stray, very smart dog.

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    that is awesome-Bailey will love it.
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    Serendipity! It looks like it was always meant for Bailey. Looks like a comfy quilt, he will be one happy pup.
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    He certainly looks happy, what a smile!

    I am sure he will love it.
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    Yeah!! Bailey gets his own quilt and his Auntie made it for him. What a great save. He will love it.

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    Bailey has a big happy smile on his face and looks very excited about getting his quilt. Nice repurposing!
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    Such a happy ending. It looks very nice!

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    Great quilt for Bailey, he sure is a lucky dog.
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