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    • Finishing
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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 9520 ( Large Dog Coats)

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Posted on:1/23/05 4:40 PM


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Athene said... (11/11/08 4:17 PM) Reply
Thanks for the great picture - really gives me an idea of how the doggie coat should look.
AnneM said... (1/24/05 4:12 PM) Reply
Welcome back to sewing! Your dog looks like (s)he finds that jacket useful.
sosoatsewing said... (1/23/05 7:24 PM) Reply
Thank You! I have not seen this pattern before. I have been looking for a larger size coat pattern for my DH's family's rottweiler's and my girlfriend's great dane.. Thanks again..
Sharon M said... (1/23/05 5:22 PM) Reply
Lucky dog...your dog must be better behave than my little Maltese - she fights when we try and put a coat on her. I would really enjoy making this pattern. Thanks for the tip on tracing the pattern on nonwoven paper.
bheath said... (1/23/05 4:58 PM) Reply
Very Clever idea and I'm sure your dog loves being toasty! Thanks for reviewing this pattern!
 
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