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Thread: Coyote Moon Landscape on the small side.

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    Coyote Moon Landscape on the small side.

    Earlier tonight the dogs were barking like crazy. Seems the coyotes liked the full moon. You could hear their yipping all around echoing through my little valley. I thought it appropriate to post this liitle scene.
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    Another amazing piece of art.
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    We have a lot of coyotes too. Love your quilt art! So cool!

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    How cute and appropriate.
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    What a pretty quilt. It's a work of art. Beautiful and thanks for sharing.

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    Awesome! Good job!
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    I love it.....

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    It is a darling piece of art
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    What a wonderful quilt. I just acquired a little dog in a downpour. He was so funny. He would bark once or twice and then howl like the coyotes. He was a mess. Soaking wet, caked with mud and covered with little sticker, burrs. You couldn't touch him anywhere without getting a burr. I brought him in, gave him a bath and started cutting off the heavy mats and burrs. He was given the name of Wile E. Coyote. He's such a cutie. Would to copy your quilt for him.

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    Love your wallhanging. Very appropriate for what you heard. Great job.

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    Beautiful....I love it.

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    Thanks all; this measure 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 so would qualify for an AAQI donation. Not sure if I want to give it up.
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    Beautiful!

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    Wow! Nice artsy landscape wall hanging.
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    very nice, you can hear the lone coyote howling

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    Very cute!! love it
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    A beautiful but haunting sound. That is pretty!

    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Earlier tonight the dogs were barking like crazy. Seems the coyotes liked the full moon. You could hear their yipping all around echoing through my little valley. I thought it appropriate to post this liitle scene.
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    G.- I don't think I ever seen this quilt you made! It is so real looking, which is exactly what you intended, I'm sure! Great job in a different style than you usually work.
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    G.- I don't think I ever seen this quilt you made! It is so real looking, which is exactly what you intended, I'm sure! Great job in a different style than you usually work.

    Thanks all. N I know sometimes I surprise even myself. I lead a guild workshop doing this last year. Gals had a fun time. Here's the first one I did.

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    You are always surprising, Gladie!! This is very clear and fresh delightful.
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    Pretty!!!!!!!!!!

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    Fabulous! Funny story & great quilt!
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    That is sooo cute

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    Just cute as can be, great job and thank you for sharing
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