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Thread: Quilt Testers and Inspectors

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    Fabriclovr
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    Talking Quilt Testers and Inspectors

    Ladies, do you employ the services of a quilt tester and inspector to make sure your seams are 1/4 inch and that your quilt is going to be warm enough to use? I do.. the proof is in the pictures!
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    I think he likes this quilt. What a sweetie.

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    What a cute kitty. My inspectors are basset hounds and their legs are to short to get up and inspect. They just keep me company.

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    Nope, the only room in my house that my cat won't go into is my sewing room. It's wierd, she has no problem going every place else. Even if we've done the battle and I won that a certain chair or bed or place isn't allowed; after a few months, she'll try again and act like she was never told. My little american eskimo will lie on the floor as close to my chair but out of the way of it's rolling wheels to me that she can get. Now if I have fabric on the sofa or my bed well then it's up for grabs so I know where not to go. My cat will even go inside the dryer and sleep on the clothes if I leave the door open. For some reason she knows my sewing room isn't worth the battle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty View Post
    What a cute kitty. My inspectors are basset hounds and their legs are to short to get up and inspect. They just keep me company.
    Mine are poodles, but they can jump high enough to jump the fence. They each have several blankies, so they usually leave the ones alone that are up high.
    Sadiemae

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    Awwww...so cute
    Blessings from Janice

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    no, and it looks like he is falling down on the job.
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    You passed the inspection! Would love to have an inspector, but not able to.
    ♥♥♥ Loving Mama ♥♥♥

    If life gives you scraps, make an angel quilt out of it!

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    Some quilt inspectors can be quite thorough!


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    Oh my gosh how sweet! Thanks for posting. Your kitty looks like he does a very good job.
    Sandra

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