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    Very nice quilt for the dog. So nice of you.

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    Repurposing Blocks I No Longer Like

    First thank you everyone for your kind words...I picked up some fabric for binding from the clearance table at the quilt shop and will take care of that tonight!

    Gosh it feels good to finish off a UFO...like a weight has been lifted. On to the next item!!

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingcurious View Post
    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.
    Bailey is crossed with a golden retriever. His brother lives nearby and takes more after the golden retriever then the lab. When he leans forward he has a saggy face, so we encourage him to keep his nose up LOL...keeps his face wrinkle free. I've attached some pics of him with my dog, and also him with his brother when they were puppies. I forget how small he used to be!!!
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    very nice!!!!!
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    Nicley done!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    This made me smile this morning! Both dogs are adorable! Happy Birthday Bailey...I'm sure you will love your pretty quilt.

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    What an awesome use of those blocks..Bailey is quite handsome and so is his new quilt!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    Apparently Bailey heard the good news......look at the joyful smile on that pooch! If Bailey decides differently, just PM me. I'll take it off your hands!

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    Spoiled but no doubt worth it! Great quilt!
    Jean

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    I think that you did a lovely job on the quilt and really like it.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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