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Thread: Need label advise

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    Super Member AZ Jane's Avatar
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    Need label advise

    I am slowly, LOL, making a quilt that will be auctioned for our local Boxer rescue. Just starting to do the hand quilting and was thinking about a label. Aside from the rescue name and date, any suggestions. I will be hand embroidering the label. Here is the quilt, the four corners are appliqued (had to take a class LOL) and the other Boxers were purchased online, kind of feel rubbery like t-shirts, very hard to hand quilt:
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    Here are a couple of my other labels:
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    Any suggestions??
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    There is a saying .... found an image...

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    Dogs Leave Paw prints on your Heart. Since it is for a rescue.

    I used to work with the Albuquerque Boxer Rescue (till I moved) HUGS! best and worst times of my life, but worth every minute

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolynmt View Post
    there is a saying .... Found an image...

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    dogs leave paw prints on your heart. Since it is for a rescue.

    I used to work with the albuquerque boxer rescue (till i moved) hugs! Best and worst times of my life, but worth every minute
    love it!!!!
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    I use to make quilts for the Westie Rescue here in Southern California before I became disabled. Every penny helps the dogs so GOOD LUCK. Any boxer lover would enjoy your quilt so MUCH!!.
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    Thes saying is cute but even just the rescue name and date would be fine, too. I would think it would be very appropriate to add your name or at least initials as the quilter as well.

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