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Thread: [b]Bear In The Woods Pillow[/b]

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    This is my 1st attempt at flying geese. When I put it all together they were too long so I cut the end ones short. I did something wrong somewhere. We live and learn.
    This pillow is a gift. I know they will love it and won’t notice. LOL
    This is an envelope back pillow for easy removal for washing.
    It has olive green piping & measures 18 x 18.
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    OHhh nice save!!! That's one really nice pillow!!!!

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    It's so woodsy!! I love the pattern and colors--perfect!

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    Very nice! They're going to love it!

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    Flying geese are fun arent they? They really add to a design!! Great job!!!

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    That is so cute. I agree, no one will notice the "baby" geese! Nice job.

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    Oh I love it! They will too I'm sure!

    I always make the envelope pillowcases, so much easier to wash.

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    Vrry cute pillow. You should just say you planned the geese that way--they're goslings!

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    Great job on those flying geese-cute pillow!

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    I think it looks very good.......looks like it was planned that way :D

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    Gorgeous!!

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    That is just to cute and I really had to find your so called boo, boo.

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    You did a great job making the bear look dimensional, too!

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    Great job! Love the bear.

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    Very nice. I love the back of the pillow as much as the front!

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    I love it. GREAT JOB!

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    That's lovely! I too made a "wildlife nature" style pillow and made a mistake on it that I wonder if anyone would notice ... (giggle.)

    I love your pillow. I really like the woodsy, wildlife, outdoorsy things.

    That is very nice, and it does need a mate.

    Know what I mean? Pillows are meant to be in pairs!

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    Very nice! Thanks for sharing.

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    You have to keep your 1/4 inch seam consistant or what happened to you will happen every time. Being just a hair off consistently will make your final seams off; sometimes an inch or more. Hope this helps. GiGi :D

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    That's so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing

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    thanks for sharing your idea of geese and a bear
    nice

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    Looking good, cute, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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