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    my daughter's new shirt

    I know it's not a quilt, but wanted to show you my new Anita Goodesign CD. 20 different zendoodle patterns and think I may make some smaller blocks of different animals and make a wall hanging. This wolf measure 7-1/2 by 11-1/2. Thanks for looking.
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    Wow judy, This shirt came out wonderful!
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    Looks great!

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    Prettiest wolf I've ever seen!!

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    Gorgeous! I don't know how you did that, but that wolf is very cool. The eyes are spectacular.

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    I bet she loves that beautiful shirt. You did such beautiful work.

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    Absolutely WOW and spectacular! really awesome.....makes me want an embroidery machine!

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    Amazing! What a cool shirt
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    That is awesome!!!

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    I love it!!! Makes me wonder if I should give in to that occasional urge to buy an embroidery machine....

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    beautiful.. love zendoodle
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    That's awesome. I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paintmejudy View Post
    I know it's not a quilt, but wanted to show you my new Anita Goodesign CD. 20 different zendoodle patterns and think I may make some smaller blocks of different animals and make a wall hanging. This wolf measure 7-1/2 by 11-1/2. Thanks for looking.
    Wow that is one awesome Wolf. You did a wonderful job. I love the look of Wolves they are one beautiful animal in our world.
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    Wow! It's beautiful.

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    I have a daughter that would take that shirt off of anyone's back. She loves all things that have a wolf on it. I think it is downright gorgeous.

    A question: Did you have to split the design? I have a Brother and it can only embroidery up to a 6.5 x 12" pattern which really equates to 5.5 x 11.5 max (if that much). The design looks like it would fairly easy to split.

    Oops...second question: What is the design CD name? I really like the open work feel and all the fancy fills that Anita uses in her embroidery designs.
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    Ohhh, nice!!! That's a great design.

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    Barb in Louisiana - no it isn't a split design, I would have no idea how to do that anyway! My largest hoop does 9 x 12". But Anita's designs can be reduced by 20% and also, every one of these designs comes in 3 sizes so you would be able to find something to use. It is called Into The Wild and is a full collection.
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    So very pretty. She needs blue eyes. Thank you for sharing, you really made that shirt come alive.

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    I love that shirt and design.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    That's awesome!
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    Beautiful work!

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    Now, that is a jaw-dropper! What a beautiful piece of work. I think I would not put it on a piece of clothing, I would put it in a frame to keep forever.
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    Looks great. I really like the black background.
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    where can I find this cd I looked at their web site and it isn't there?

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    So, the cd supplies zendoodle patterns. Did you decide which to use in each part of the wolf? It is so cool.

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