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Thread: dog beds

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    Super Member mtspools's Avatar
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    dog beds

    We use quilting scraps for these dog beds
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    CUTE!!! Are those for little dogs???

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    Love them!!!
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    Very nice, I'm sure they will love to have them, especially if they have soft thick padding.
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    They are cute! I'd love to make one for my dog but she won't sleep in it

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    Nice! The dogs will love them. When I have a quilt that won't earn "oooows and awhhhhs" at the guild meeting, I figure my canine buds will still like it (to sweep on!). Did you know you can buy memory foam did bits online. I also make dog beds, and buy memory foam from Overstock.com Old Dogs should have plenty of beds around the house to plop on. Way to go!

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    What size are your dog beds, and how full are they?
    I am saving scraps to make one for a 11 pound dog.
    Lucky Gemini

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    Are you making these for the local animal shelter? Our Board makes beds for both dogs and cats to give to the shelter. I took in about 2 dog and 5 cat beds. I just use leftover fabric, preferably flannel and pieces of batting.

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    Dog gone cute I would say, bet some little people will be on the floor joining them too.

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    Those are really nice, mine would love one.
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    You've given me an idea of what I can do with some leftover or ugly fabric. Thanks
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    Wink Such a Great project!

    You created some wonderful beds! Whatever dog gets them will be so happy and making their little gruff dreams chasing rabbits....cause they are so comfy. Thanks for sharing.
    Brenda

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    I've been thinking about making some for my big dogs & thought of also using old socks & sweatshirts cut up for stuffing. Then I thought I'd make an inside "bag " for the scraps with a quilted removable cover for washing. I sure do like yours! They are really cute!!

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