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    DOggie Quilts

    I was invited to a wedding shower for the daughter of very close friends. I know the daughter, but not very well. I know they have 2 small dogs, so I made these doggie quilts from my stash (mostly with scraps from a bed quilt I made for my DGD http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t143145.html). I backed one with minky and one with fleece, and used that quick technique for prairie points that was posted on here.
    I think they will make a cute gift.
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    Both quilts are adorable. Great job.

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    They are so cute, what a wonderful idea! I am a dog (and cat) lover and owner and I know I would be thrilled to pieces to receive these as a gift, as would my pets. I think your gift is well thought out and how wonderful for the young lady to receive two handmade items!! I love the doggie faces in the first quilt especially. Good job.

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    Your quilt is adorable and I love your prarie points. I am looking for fabric with dogs to make a simple quilt for both my pups. LOL, yes even quilts for my darling pups! I searched for the info here on prarie points, but didn't find anything. Can you post the link? Thank you for sharing your quilt picture - love it!
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    Too, too cute!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrhaigh View Post
    Your quilt is adorable and I love your prarie points. I am looking for fabric with dogs to make a simple quilt for both my pups. LOL, yes even quilts for my darling pups! I searched for the info here on prarie points, but didn't find anything. Can you post the link? Thank you for sharing your quilt picture - love it!
    The link is:
    http://www.sewwequilt.com/2012/02/it...-shows-us.html

    When I made these prairie points for the doggie quilt, there was a problem with the seam allowance when they were inserted into the border seam—this was not because there wasn't sufficient seam allowance (although there wasn't a whole lot); this was because the prairie points were so irregular at their base. I would recommend making them slightly bigger and then sewing a straight line that stabilizes them as far away from the base as necessary; then that line can be used as a seam line to attach them to the quilt top (or bottom) before the final seam is sewn—this will ensure that there aren't any raw edges that peek out of the final seam.

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    What a well thought out gift! She is going to love them!
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    The quilts are very cute and what a thoughtul thing to do!I've got 1 dog 2 cats and your welcome to come by any time.

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    Thank you for the link. I saved it and will definately be using it! Much appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by carol45 View Post
    The link is:
    http://www.sewwequilt.com/2012/02/it...-shows-us.html

    When I made these prairie points for the doggie quilt, there was a problem with the seam allowance when they were inserted into the border seam—this was not because there wasn't sufficient seam allowance (although there wasn't a whole lot); this was because the prairie points were so irregular at their base. I would recommend making them slightly bigger and then sewing a straight line that stabilizes them as far away from the base as necessary; then that line can be used as a seam line to attach them to the quilt top (or bottom) before the final seam is sewn—this will ensure that there aren't any raw edges that peek out of the final seam.
    Robin
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    So cute! Great idea for gifts!

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    way cute )
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    they are very cute ,great job on them.
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    These are just as cute as can be! Nice job
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    What fun quilts,I love both of them

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    What a great idea. Very unique quilts.

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    Both are so cute!
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    Those are too cute! I love the paw prints on the 2nd one!
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    Those are just too cute. How thoughtful of you.

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    Very cute and such a useful and colorful gift!

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    what a great idea for a wedding gift

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    Those are so cute!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    Darling idea. I think the quilts are cute as can be!

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    They are too cute

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    Being that I am a total doggie nut, I know she will love them. How thoughtful to think of her fur babies.

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    They are both so cute,

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