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Thread: Yorkshire Terrier Dog Picture Quilt

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    Super Member cuppi duke's Avatar
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    Yorkshire Terrier Dog Picture Quilt

    I am trying to work on some patterns for fusible appliqe and hope to get a web site up and running. This is the second in a series of dog portraits. The first I posted last week of a Scotty. I need some advice from the board. First, would you buy any of these patterns and second, what would you be willing to pay? Please be honest with your responses, I am thick skinned and think I can take the critiques. Thanks so much for looking. Cuppi
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    That is adorable!

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    That is so cute. Your work is amazing.

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    That is totally awesome!

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    I saw your Scotty and now your Yorkie and I gotta tell you I would absolutely buy your patterns. As far as price there is a fairly broad range. Remember not everyone can afford the same thing but you don't want to base your pricing on that. Not to disparage anyone. I think you need to do some research for your pricing but I don't think selling them will be a problem. I hope to see them for sale in the future! Good luck!
    Kelly

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    I would buy them. I think in the range from 7 to 10 dollars. Do you have buttons for eyes?

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    Awwww I have a yorkie named buttons
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    Not being an owner of either a scotty or a yorki - I think I would like to see a little more definition between face/head and body. That said - when are you going to do a daschund??? Longhair, wirehair or even smooth coat. Your work is AMAZING!!!

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    I am working on a Doxie now. They would definitely be easier to do.
    Quote Originally Posted by Katydid2 View Post
    Not being an owner of either a scotty or a yorki - I think I would like to see a little more definition between face/head and body. That said - when are you going to do a daschund??? Longhair, wirehair or even smooth coat. Your work is AMAZING!!!

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    That is awesome.

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