Thursday, May 19, 2016

Showing Off the Doggy Quilt

About a month ago I finished the doggy quilt for Mid-Atlantic English Springer Spaniel Rescue (MAESSR).  Life has been really busy so I haven't been blogging as much as I like to and I hadn't shown the finished quilt.  Here's the finished quilt. 

And the back.  I didn't think about the fact that part of the back would be trimmed after quilting.  So, some of the sayings are cut off.  Bummer. 


And close ups: 



I'm linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday, Can I Get a Whoop, Whoop?,  and Thank Goodness It's Finished.  Check out what's going on in the Internet's quilting world.  (I'll try to link to Whoop, Whoop tomorrow but it might be later in the day before I can try that as Sharon and I are on our way to retreat!) 

Happy Quilting All!  





15 comments:

  1. What a sweet quilt! I love all the little prints in the quilting.

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  2. It's lovely Bonnie. Great choice of focus fabrics, I love spaniels and have two working type springers, Ella and Indi, they are well named 'eternal puppies'. I like your sashing, very effective.
    Smiles
    Kate

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  3. Congrats on a fun finish. Is this to be auctioned?

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  4. Great pattern, and perfectly suited for the doggies!

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  5. What a cute, cute quilt! Enjoy your retreat.

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  6. Fantastic finish! The sashing gives the quilt a fresh appearance that I love. It will be popular at the fund-raiser.

    Enjoy the retreat.

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  7. I love it! What a cute quilt! You need a picture of it with a lucky dog. I'm sure this will garner lots of funds.

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  8. Lovely quilt, the perfect balance of picture and plain blocks!

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  9. What a sweet quilt! I love the sashing with the small squares of bright fabrics!

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  10. Great quilt, Bonnie! What a great way to feature your dog! Thanks for linking up with TGIFF!

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  11. Oh, I remember this I think! Great finish. :)

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  12. Love your quilt! Have fun at retreat!

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  13. Very nice! I would do something like this with pictures of our five dogs.

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