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Thread: Yorkshire Terrier Dog Picture Quilt

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    Yorkshire Terrier Dog Picture Quilt

    I am trying to work on some patterns for fusible appliqe and hope to get a web site up and running. This is the second in a series of dog portraits. The first I posted last week of a Scotty. I need some advice from the board. First, would you buy any of these patterns and second, what would you be willing to pay? Please be honest with your responses, I am thick skinned and think I can take the critiques. Thanks so much for looking. Cuppi
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    That is adorable!

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    That is so cute. Your work is amazing.

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    That is totally awesome!

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    I saw your Scotty and now your Yorkie and I gotta tell you I would absolutely buy your patterns. As far as price there is a fairly broad range. Remember not everyone can afford the same thing but you don't want to base your pricing on that. Not to disparage anyone. I think you need to do some research for your pricing but I don't think selling them will be a problem. I hope to see them for sale in the future! Good luck!
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    I would buy them. I think in the range from 7 to 10 dollars. Do you have buttons for eyes?

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    Awwww I have a yorkie named buttons
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    Not being an owner of either a scotty or a yorki - I think I would like to see a little more definition between face/head and body. That said - when are you going to do a daschund??? Longhair, wirehair or even smooth coat. Your work is AMAZING!!!

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    I am working on a Doxie now. They would definitely be easier to do.
    Quote Originally Posted by Katydid2 View Post
    Not being an owner of either a scotty or a yorki - I think I would like to see a little more definition between face/head and body. That said - when are you going to do a daschund??? Longhair, wirehair or even smooth coat. Your work is AMAZING!!!

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    That is awesome.

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    oh wow! that is increadible!
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    Looks wonderful!

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    great work, i would say 7 to 10 also. that seems to be the going rate on individual blocks though 12 to 15 If it is a wall hanging.
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    I forgot to mention that this is a wall hanging. It measures 21 x 25 inches.
    Quote Originally Posted by toadmomma View Post
    great work, i would say 7 to 10 also. that seems to be the going rate on individual blocks though 12 to 15 If it is a wall hanging.

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    Your work is beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuppi duke View Post
    I am trying to work on some patterns for fusible appliqe and hope to get a web site up and running. This is the second in a series of dog portraits. The first I posted last week of a Scotty. I need some advice from the board. First, would you buy any of these patterns and second, what would you be willing to pay? Please be honest with your responses, I am thick skinned and think I can take the critiques. Thanks so much for looking. Cuppi
    I would DYE for a great portrait of a Boxer-with droopy ears, not cropped. I have two (see my avitar), my sister has one and my niece has one-they are all fawn (tan) colored, with a bit of white on the face and all with natural ears. If you are able, it would be great. Are you talking about selling just the patterns, or making in kits? I would be happy to pay at least $10.00-$12.00 for just the pattern. I have seen some, but none with the natural ears, and none with enough detail to even tell it is a boxer! Yours are stunning!!!

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    I love this -- it reminds me of my Shih Tzu puppies -- I'd love to have one of them.

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    wow, impressive!
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    I didn't see your other picture, but love this one. All dog lovers would probably be interested in purchasing these. Things I consider in patterns is, how user friendly, material requirements, and instructions. I've made some of the other animal portraits and found them to be to intense and very time consuming. I've loved them when finished, but have found myself shying away from doing anymore. I would give this a try.

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    I have tried to make these as simple as possible and not require a lot of colors to make one. Thanks for your thumbs up.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm View Post
    I didn't see your other picture, but love this one. All dog lovers would probably be interested in purchasing these. Things I consider in patterns is, how user friendly, material requirements, and instructions. I've made some of the other animal portraits and found them to be to intense and very time consuming. I've loved them when finished, but have found myself shying away from doing anymore. I would give this a try.

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    My Yorkie is named ToTo---I think you work is fantastic

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    I love that pattern - it looks like my Chloe!

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    What a precious pup! Love the pattern as is and would buy it.
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    Scotty and Yorkie both are great and I think they both would sell. Price? I'm thinking 5 to 7 dollars or more if you can offer some variation to the pattern.
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