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Thread: Tonights experiment

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    Super Member Country1's Avatar
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    OMG! I LOVE them. Never would have thought about doing a Dresden like that. I have been wanting to make a Dresden for a long time and haven't done it. But you are inspiring me beyond belief! My DH just walked through and I showed him your pic and he said " Now I really like that, it's neat!" We both love scrappy. Thank you sew much for sharing your pic, would love to see pic when it is completed!...

    I was so excited I forgot to tell you your shep. is gorgeous!
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    What a gorgeous furbaby, reminds me of our last Shepherd Tara. Love the blocks, that will be gorgeous when made into a quilt.

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    Wowie in a great idea for string dresdens! Dillinger is so handsome!
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    Very pretty Dresden and loveable looking doggie.
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    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    why, oh why is he on a chain?
    LOL, didn't notice that. Sure looks like he is but it is the chain from a hanging lamp going down the wall, goes along the side of my design wall.
    Jeanann

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    looks really neat

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    Nice dresden, Love the shepherd! Looks so much- almost exactly like my Jasmine!! I lost her in '07 to a fast, aggressive strain of Lymphosarcoma, makes me want to bury my head in his scruffy neck. Sniff, sniff, thanks for the memories.
    The quilt is quite nice, I hope one day do a dresden plate.

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    Great job. Turned out great. Fur baby thinks so too.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Now this is CLEVER. You will certain spur the creative juices in many of us. I have tons of scraps, mine and friends who give them to me. This might be yet another way to use them up. Thank you for sharing.. just very clever.

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    neat blocks!!!!!
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