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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Meet Max the joyful yellow lab mix

 

 

 

I finally finished Max today. He's a happy boy :-)

 

Here is Max in his non quilty life.

 

He started out like this

 

Then became this.

 

Now he has a body

And a field to play in

 

Now he's happy to be quilted and looking for his "forever home"

 

14 comments:

  1. I just love this! Thanks for sharing, and esp. showing the process from start to finish.

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  2. Once again amazing! I love seeing the work you produce, so very inspiring.

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  3. Wonderful! I hope you plan on entering Max into the Vermont Quilt Festival. He's sure to win!

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  4. Max is such a great dog! I like seeing the progress as well. You captured him with near perfection!

    I need your eye technique, that is the hardest for me. And the eyes are so important to the piece.

    glen

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  5. He looks like he's about to give a big sloppy doggie kiss! :) All those pieces though....oh my!

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  6. Very cute, love seeing the process

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  7. Amazing! I have a friend who is going to lose his dearly loved dog soon -- a present like this for him might be just the thing. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. I'm also going to thank you for the photos of the entire process. It is a wonderful project and, yes, touches my heart too.

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  9. He turned out wonderful! I'll try to get a photo up of my son & golden retriever quilt soon for you to see. You got the "sparkle in his eye" perfect to add life and personality.

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  10. Man your just great. I don't no how to do that. are you applique this? I cant fell my hands so I cant really do that to good. Do you us your sewing mech- to do the applique? I just wish I lived close to you so I could watch you. You do awesome work.

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  11. OMG! Its..soooo..wonderful, yanti like this!

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  12. This came out amazing!!! I love it! Nice work...

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  13. He's truly incredible! Do you have a technique that you learned? I'm reading Wendy Butler Berns photo quilts book right now and really would love to try this :) Great job!

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