Living the Southern Life
You really should feed that cute little dog of yours. :-)
LOL so cute! i think she's selected your next project for you, and wanted to bring it out for your approval. Looks like she's really 'into' the pattern.
Ohhh, bad Penny!
I have a few paperbacks in the same condition. Silly doggies.
When I saw Penny sitting on the quilt in your last stash report I wondered if she was still acting out. I guess this answers my question. What can you do but hug her.
Don't look now, but it looks like your dog ate your HOMEwork.Couldn't resist the pun since it's a house BOM! :)
oh dear!! did you lose any critical parts?
She's just showing her appreciation of the art of quilting.
I feel your pain! My Maggie has slowed down on the chewing. However, her little sister across town has picked it up already!God love 'em!
oh my...sneaky little devil..
Bad Penny! Oh dear...I hope you can still use it!
gotta love our 4 legged kids!? for you. What cheddar did you buy a bolt of?
Well it looks like only the boring edge bits are gone...
It looks like she ate your homework.
Whaddya know, I have a pattern that looks just like that, courtesy of my little Sophie Mae Stinkerpot!
I think she just picked the next block you are to work on. LOL
Oh my!!! It looks like she may need a bit of time in doggie jail!! Makes me happy that my dogs only ever chewed on shoes! lol
Don't you feed that baby? Hungry!!! giggle!!
Hi Vicky!!! Do you need a new pattern? I Can mail you mine?
Oh PLEASE don't make me laugh so hard!! I'm sorry for your pattern, LOL, however, my little dog (rat terrier) has done the same thing to me! I cried when I saw the many pieces my pattern was in and my DH patiently help put that puzzle back together, taped it and I was able to continue working on the quilt. I heart you little doggie too!!!! PS now I make sure my dog has rawhide bones and the sewing room door is shut. Linda in Calif.
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