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Thread: Heart Quilt

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    Here is a lap-size quilt I made for stepdaughter's Christmas gift. The inspection team had to be included in the pics.

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    WOW... great job.. ooo cute doggy he likes it!

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    That is beautiful and it all matches . did the inspector give his ok ? He's sweet :D

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    Very pretty! Looks like a pretty big quilt. Is that hand quilting I see????

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    Thank you...

    It could probably be used on a twin-size bed. Yes, I hand-quilt 98% of my stuff (not that I've done much).

    They are sisters and totally love each other but have totally different personalities. The bottom one gave her approval by rubbing all over it. So my granddoggies are sure to love smelling it/checking out the new scents when it gets home.


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    I made this quilt several years ago, it's so different after it's washed. I love this pattern.


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    GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!! Its beautiful

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    Like it a lot. Are the hearts going to fay when washed? That will look good. Love that black background.

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    Cool quilt! I love the colors and your doxies too. I grew up with mini's, aren't they the best?

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    Love it. Looks like you cute inspector has clamedit for himself. Can't blame him.

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    Great quilt! Another quilter with Doxies! They are adorable. Mine has "bad ear day" too!

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    Yes, it is supposed to fray.

    Usually it's the bottom one that has the "bad ear" syndrome, but I have taken pics where they both had the same ear flipped and looking alike. Spoiled rotten they are!! But aren't all "dogchildren"

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    Wow -- I love it!!

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    I love it and I'm thinking she will too.

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    Your step daughter should just love it! Love the brights and darks together.

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    great quilt! you did a wonderful job!

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    Another one for me try some day ! :D Where did you get the pattern ? It is a really neat pattern! Love it
    Sharon

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    Good job and I'd say your dog thinks so too!

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    I really like your choice of fabrics. Such a lovely quilt.

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    Fantastic...I have tihs pattern in a Star....hasn't been washed yet....

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    Fabulous quilt and adorable girls! I call Doxie's "Little Long One(s)".

    My Doberman, EmmaLee has uncropped ears and we love the ear flip.

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    Very very original....Great job .... :D :D

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    Great quilt. I love the colors. I am NOT ready to do curves yet but I love looking at yalls beautiful ones.
    LOL my mini has his other ear flip when the wind blows around here :roll:

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    Very nice!!!

    Kyia

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    I'm definitely not ready for curves, either but love to see how well others manage to patterns with them. Lovely quilt and the black background really makes the other colors pop!!

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