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skatergirl1007
« on: December 22, 2011 05:36:40 PM »

I finished a couple of small quilt things for my Great Aunt. I needed something that I did not have to be overly careful with so I made a dog bed that I use for stuffed animals. Its a little big and I kinda realized it when I was making it but I did not feel like down sizing the bed thing. The dog looking stuffed animal is a Tasmanian Wolf from Build-a-Bear and the panda is from my parents "adopted" for me. The fabric is red dog themed things like leashes and dog dishes.


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