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Thread: Quilt inspector went off duty

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    Super Member Delta's Avatar
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    OOOOOH what a wonderful job he is doing to insure the quilt is warm and cozy. soooooooooooo cute. wish we could sleep so good huh?
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    My kitty wants to sleep on the ironing board so of course I have to leave her there and set up a smaller ironing pad that I use. We could never move our babies, could we?

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    What do you mean off duty? That's the complete snooze test! (And the quilt is passing just fine...) What a cutie-pie.

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    He's doing a fine job, just off duty. My kitties love to lay on my quilts too. In fact, any time I lay out new fabric to begin a project, if I turn my back one of them will be right in the middle of it.
    When a dying man asked his pastor "How long does it take to die?" his pastor's heartfelt reply was "A lifetime." Live life to the fullest, but stop now and then to enjoy the sunset.
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    awww how cute and comfortable he looks ! thanks for sharing
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    Awe, looks so sweet and peaceful! If there is a "next lifetime", I wanna be a cat!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsnana2000 View Post
    He looks sooooo comfortable.
    He did NOT go OFF DUTY!!! He has moved onto "THE SLEEP TEST"!!! It's always nice to see your work being enjoyed.

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    He's saying "Go ahead, turn up the AC, I dare you"!

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    Saw two kitties at Petco this afternoon (bonded brothers - 5 months old) that could be related to your little "quilt tester". Our quilt tester died several years ago at the ripe age of 18 years! My Lhasa (may she rest in peace too) used to rearrange my blocks if she got into the room where I sew - I don't have a design wall so I would use the floor - I would have to put up a child gate to keep her out while I put them together from the floor - she would sit on the other side and complain! She also used to sit on the quilt while I sewed the bindings on - I miss her!

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    He is probably such a diligent inspector that he earned his nap. Nap. Get it?

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