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Reviewed by:Dale C
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Posted on:12/13/11 3:07 PM
Last Updated:8/4/14 5:20 AM
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RMJ said... (8/4/14 10:41 PM) Reply
Wonderful. I have a different Smallworks dragon pattern that I'd almost forgotten about - you've inspired me to get it out.
cindyann said... (8/4/14 9:14 AM) Reply
Wow, Dale! It's wonderful.
tenjoname said... (8/4/14 5:56 AM) Reply
Looks fantastic! having tried the simplicity ...thing... I'd love to get my hands on a proper dragon pattern!
ClareinStitches said... (12/15/11 8:47 AM) Reply
Extraordinary and Wonderful! A delight.
waltzqueen said... (12/14/11 5:26 PM) Reply
Don't you love it when someone makes a reallllly good pattern that doesn't look like a child made it. Your dragon is extraordinary!!
ColorMeHome said... (12/14/11 1:12 PM) Reply
sfshaza said... (12/14/11 10:15 AM) Reply
Wow, this is exquisite! Very well done.
cindyann said... (12/14/11 8:46 AM) Reply
That is wonderful, Dale! Wow! I'm so impressed.
JillyBe said... (12/14/11 2:28 AM) Reply
Oh my, what beautiful work!!!! Everything from fabric choice to technique looks just exquisite. If I were in the market for a dragon, I would definitely want one of yours!
BeaJay said... (12/14/11 1:42 AM) Reply
And what a beautiful baby you have hatched. Excellent work.
JeanM said... (12/13/11 9:44 PM) Reply
Awesome! I think I will have to try one of these...never saw one like this before. Thanks for sharing!
Sew4Fun said... (12/13/11 6:50 PM) Reply
Fabulous dragon! I love the fabrics you used.
Dale C said... (12/13/11 5:57 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone. Treefrog, she measures 15" tall, 20 inches long (mostly tail). And Aroura, I'd say most of the things you need to make it you'll probably have on hand. But I did have to pick up a dollmakers needle and some thick wire. Tube turner is a must for those small parts. Other than that, paints, buttons, fabric, button thread (it says waxed linen, but button thread worked fine), chenille wire and a variety of fabrics. Most crafters have this stuff laying around anyway...
marec said... (12/13/11 5:23 PM) Reply
I love your dragon, and so does my husband. He was enchanted! :-) This looks like a fun project for the winter.
Izzie said... (12/13/11 4:38 PM) Reply
Beautiful job on your dragon. What an amazing pattern!
sleeping wolf said... (12/13/11 4:32 PM) Reply
How incredible this is. I love your fabric choices and your work is beautiful.
Aroura said... (12/13/11 3:41 PM) Reply
Amazing!! That is the coolest fabric dragon I've ever seen. My DD says we have to get that pattern. I am patient with smallwork, does it require special materials though?
treefrog said... (12/13/11 3:21 PM) Reply
Wow! That is fantastic. So intricate and so beautifully made. How big is it?
Huntwoman said... (12/13/11 3:11 PM) Reply
What a fabulous project! Amazing detail. Beautiful, if you can say that about a dragon.
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