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Thread: My "Puppy" quilt

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    My "Puppy" quilt

    I just finished this adorable new Puppy quilt! So I didn't quite follow the directions and he's a little lumpy. But I have some nubby fleece and fake fur in my stash that's calling his name! I'm going to give him another try. (and follow the directions this time maybe!) I still think he turned out pretty cute! And I don't think the little girl who's going to adopt him will have any problems loving him-lumps and all!
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    I think the lumps add character. He's adorable.
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    it's adorable!
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    What a cutie he is!!!!!!!

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    very nice quilt

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    Wow he is adorable. Where did you get the pattern?
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    He's gorgeous!

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    wonderful quilt for any child .... can I adopt him?
    I'm interested in the pattern too.
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    I just test sewed the pattern. It should be ready for purchase in early February. The link is in my signature line.

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    Your quilt is just too cute. He is a fluffy puppy!

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    cute I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma Peg View Post
    Your quilt is just too cute. He is a fluffy puppy!
    I'll post another picture tomorrow of Puppy done in the fake fur trim. Then he'll REALLY be fluffy! The cool thing is he only took 8 hours from start to finish. And he's 42x58, so he's pretty big! Lets see if I can cut that time down tomorrow on the second one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jvan228 View Post
    I think the lumps add character. He's adorable.
    I agree 100%. Can you tell us the pattern, please?
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    Super cute!!
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    he is cute. you are WAY better than me! i think its darling and someone will just love it
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    That is so cute....he'll be loved so much!!!!!

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    he is so cute

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    That is very cute!
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    I would"t call them lumps....looks like dimension to me! Very cute and sure to be loved!

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    So cute. I can almost hear him bark!!
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    He looks like a very cuddly puppy! So cute!

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    he is adorable lumps and all.
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    Very cute! Is batting used? Do we need to add some curly 'fur quilting' to stablize it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess View Post
    Very cute! Is batting used? Do we need to add some curly 'fur quilting' to stablize it?
    This puppy was made with fleece on top, some old cotton on the back and cotton batting. He's made with the birthing method. The appliqué and body stitching are done after assembly so it quilts the blankie. I'd love to see someone with mad quilting skills make him in the traditional way and see how he comes out! Me, I'm just going to use fake fur on the next one to make him furry!

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    A child would love this.

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