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Thread: Repurposing Blocks I No Longer Like

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    nicely done
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    What an awesome use of those blocks..Bailey is quite handsome and so is his new quilt!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    Apparently Bailey heard the good news......look at the joyful smile on that pooch! If Bailey decides differently, just PM me. I'll take it off your hands!

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    Spoiled but no doubt worth it! Great quilt!
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    I think that you did a lovely job on the quilt and really like it.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    beautiful quilt, but also a beautiful dog!!
    enjoyed reading this site..love to sew. quilted for 47 yrs and still love it & learning new ideas

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    Beautiful quilt, and that dog is just gorgeous.
    God Bless you all.
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    Thanks for answering, even from the side Bailey looks like Dingo, they are absolutely gorgeous pups! I never knew what the mix was, but such a good dog, he seems to love the camera like Dingo too! No matter who the picture was of, he wormed his way in there! Thanks for sharing all the pics, really made my day. If I can dig up a picture of Dingo, will post it. Still can't figure out where he got such unusual eyes, sorry I didn't have his portrait painted, the camera could never capture how beautiful they were. Your other dog, so cute too.

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    Dingo

    He came to us begging when he wanted something, he also did a praying motion over and over up on his hind legs and whined until he got the item or fell over, then he'd get up and start over again.
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    You are SO kind. Bailey will love his binky!!
    Linda
    Pets are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole. (Roger Caras made this quote about dogs, but I love cats too!)

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    I made a small 2x2 lap quilt for my friend's dog. Planned for Dora from the beginning. CanNOT get a picture to load though (dialup). Pink bones, pink camo, and pink and black dots. I used a waterproof lining inside as batting, and pieced the binding, hand sewn. I sprayed it with Scotchguard before I gifted it, also. Tanja loved it, and was glad to NOT have to share her quilt anymore! She put a pic up of Dora laying on it! =))
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    ahhh!!! it worked!! aMAZing!! =))

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    That looks perfect for a lab. What a lucky Lab! I really like the look of it. Good color combinations.
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    I love the quilt, colours and all. I think that it is beautiful and what a lovely Lab. He is sooooo lucky. Happy birthday Bailey!
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    I'm sure he will love it..

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