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Thread: Quilt Inspector

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    Zofja, Quilt Inspector on the job.

    They Were Fur Free!!!!!!
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    LOL

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    The cat blends right in. Since she can't get on the dining table this is the best way to try them out!:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    The cat blends right in. Since she can't get on the dining table this is the best way to try them out!:)
    I'm surprised the napkin rings have not been scattered. Too busy with Batting Testing.

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    Awww how cute :D:D:D

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    I think your inspector is sleeping on the job?? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena
    I think your inspector is sleeping on the job?? :)
    She is testing the batting.

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    Being a quilt inspector seems to be a tiring job!

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    The batting passed the test :D:D:D

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    What is it with our animals and our projects being so attracted? Any old thing laying around, my cat might sniff and walk away. If it's a quilt then she's all over it. She hardly ever lays in a certain chair but when I drapped a lap quilt over it, it became HER place to sleep. Not like it was folded up as a soft bed, just one layer on the seat of the chair.

    I moved the lap quilt and I could see she was missing it so, I folded up a piece of scrap batting on the seat. Again, it's where she always sleeps now.

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