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Thread: Quilt "Helpers"-you gotta love 'em!

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    Awww, what person can resist a face like that? He's cute!

    Thankfully my cat doesn't get up on my sewing, I don't allow her to and she minds pretty well. But then she's old (18) and doesn't care to jump that high anyway. :lol:

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    Too cute. I lap quilt and mine always would lay on the bottom edge so then I couldn't move the piece. Now I make sure to put a piece of batting about 12 inch sq off to the side. For some reason this makes him happy and he lays on that instead of what I'm working on. Makes you wonder sometimes "What are they thinking?" Gotta love them!!

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    LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: I do love your helper. He is sooo cute. His curly fur looks soft. As for DH ROFLMBO!!! Bet he thinks twice before vetoing a fabric. LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    awwww..what a sweet face! I love that pattern and colors, too!!

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    Aww, aren't quilt helpers the best? Here's Bob Leno holding down a basket of stash so it doesn't float away! :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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    2 Doods - Your dogs are beautiful. What kind are they?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    Aww, aren't quilt helpers the best? Here's Bob Leno holding down a basket of stash so it doesn't float away! :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Good Job Bob! It is an important task keeping the stash from getting away. And guarding it from raids. DH had the nerve to come ask if I had something he could use as a rag for his shop :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minda
    2 Doods - Your dogs are beautiful. What kind are they?
    Riley - She is a Goldendoodle (1/2 Golden Retreiver + 1/2 Standard Poodle)

    Yukon Jack - He is a Labradoodle. Labradore and Standard Poodle. He happens to be a backcross so he is 1/4 Lab and 3/4 Poodle. It is suppose to make them even less likely to shed. And he doesn't.

    I needed a hairy dog instead of a furry breed due to my allergies.

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    Awww.....your helper looks like a "Pro" at his job! As for DH.....he probably just wanted you to be able to go shopping again...he knows what makes you happy! :wink:

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    This quilt helper is a little bit different. This is Fletcher my blue headed pionus parrot. He was very interested in my applique sewing yesterday. It is a little bit blurry but shows him inspecting my work. LOL
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