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Thread: Doxie In a Flower Garden

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    Doxie In a Flower Garden

    I just finished this little doxie and doesn't it look like she is digging up all of Grandma's flowers. This is one of my new patterns. I hope you like it.
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    I love it.
    the pup seems to want to be loved and petted.
    It's a beauty...

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    It is so cute! I know I will take this one, as well as the Boxer when you have it complete. Is this pattern for just the dog or as is? Is the dog capable of converting it to a black and tan colored dog? My sister has both, so I would love to put them both on the same quilt, if possible. Darling!!

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    That is awesome. Are the flowers painted on and the cute doggie applique?

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    The flowers are fusible applique as is the dog. The pattern is just for the dog. You supply your own flowers.My next project will be for patterns of flowers too.

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    This is just so cute, great job!!!

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    You make such wonderfully loving quilts!
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    Sew Cute
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    Fantastic !!! The doggie looks so real, you want to reach out and pet her. Thank you for sharing.

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    That is adorable!!! I love it!

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    Gorgeous, look like she is sitting on the flowers and smashing them.
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    Very cute & awesome work!

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    That is so cute! Looks like the dog could run to you. Great job.

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    I have a Doxie and it looks just like her! I love the flowers, too.
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    I love that dachshund. I have one of those little diggers and he is the sweetest little doggie. Nice work.

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    Really cute pup, looks real.
    Live and let live!

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    Really cute....

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    My goodness, is that ever beautiful! Love it!

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    How sweet.

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    How adorable that Doxie is!! Of course, I'm kind of prejudice.....as you can see! Will need to purchase that pattern from you........how do I go about that? RuthEm

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    Adorable!!!
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    She is super sweet. I really like your new pattern. So realistic.
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    It is wonderful and looks just like the doxie my friend Linda had!!!

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    That looks just like my Joey when he was a pup!
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