Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Puppy Parade

Lorna is hosting a link up this week of all the puppy quilts made from her Dog Gone Cute QAL on her blog Sew Fresh Quilts.

I think my puppies are looking for trouble, don't you?  I made at least one dog of each of the variations in the pattern posted.

This is my favorite puppy.  I did all my puppies in possible puppy color except for maybe this one.  Not sure you'd spy a cutie like him out and about.

I had the blue in my stash that I used for the cornerstone, inner border and will use for the binding.  My quilting lines are intentionally curvy straight lines.   I've not put the binding on yet because I want to stare at the quilting density for a few more days.  I'm liking the way it looks - lines are about 1 inch apart.

What a fantastic pattern!  I very much enjoyed making a dozen pups and will tuck this sweet quilt away for a baby gift.

Ill be linking up here at the Dog Gone Cute linky party.

And go check out my Elm Street Quilts blog where I am running a series this November to create small zipped (and non zipped) bags and pouches this month.  You can win great prizes - see this post for the overall series summary and this post for the sponsor post and giveaway!

Happy Stitching!


  1. Great finish Patty, your pups look so fun in true lifey puppy colors :)

  2. Very sweet! Weren't these pups fun to sew?

  3. I really like your realistic puppies. The quilting looks great to me as is!

  4. Love, love, love this! Great job!

  5. What a cute quilt! Your puppies are adorable and sweet!
    It will make a wonderful gift!

  6. So sweet....yes one or two look like they could stir up some trouble:)
    Quilting w/Wavy straight lines is the perfect texturizer.

  7. What cute pups! I don't see how those cute little pups could stir up some trouble...but they again they are pups, LOL!! Love how you quilted this too.

  8. So many sweet puppies and I love how you bordered the quilt! Beautiful!

  9. This is a very cute version of this quilt. I love your background colour. Very nice indeed.


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