Pansy Faced Pooch is one of the Flower Dog pattern series designed by Helene Knott. Helene also designed the popular Garden Patch Cat Series of patterns. (You'll be seeing a lot more of the cats on this blog in coming months!). It's an easy applique pattern. You can do hand or machine applique. Helene has included instructions for several methods in the pattern.
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That is such a cute dog-flower. I've never seen this pattern, I can't wait to see the others. Thanks for the generous giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne
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I'd love to see more tutorials. I like to pickup tips of all kinds, you can never learn too much. I even like to hand bind my quilts, now that I've learned so many tricks. Thanks again, Toni Anne ;->
Thank you for the chance to win. Those patterns are so cute.
Tutorials and/or QAL's are always popular.
Adorable. I had not seen any of the Flower Pooch designs. Love how you really see a flower and at the same time a pooch. Too cute. I have got to make one (probably more) of these.
PS - I hope you'll enter one of these in the annual Pets on Quilts Show hosted by Lilypad Quilting this summer.
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What a lovely giveaway. Love love love it. :)
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Fun pattern, Sue! My MIL used to call pansies dog-faces, so your post made me think of her.
Such a fun pattern. I love the face.
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Tutorials are always wonderful. You never know what you need to learn. The other day I was teaching someone parallelograms and couldn't find a good tutorial.
Reminds me of a dog looking at a treat! How cute!
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