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  • Dog Intarsia

    I'm looking for an advanced Intarsia pattern of a German Shepard. Preferably a full body pattern. Thanks!

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    Check out Kathy Wise's website. She has excellent patterns of most of the dog breeds both sitting and standing as well as just the heads.

    Happy Hunting!

    Jan

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