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Thread: Quiltus Interruptus

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    Senior Member fixfido's Avatar
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    Quiltus Interruptus

    I'm sure I'll figure out the layout all over again in no time.
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    Yes our pets just love to be in the center of our projects! Luann
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    He doesn't look sorry at all!
    I can leave blocks on the rug all day if I am awake and at home, but in another room. However if I leave the house for 5 mins or take a nap the cats will have completely destroyed my layout.

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    ROFLOL! Had to share this with my DH! Expression your dog's face is priceless. Looks like she is saying "What? why are you looking at me, I didn't do anything".
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    Naughty dog! Just what you wanted, a slobbery dog ball on your quilt blocks. The dog obviously thinks you are spending way to much time on your quilting and not enough time playing fetch. Nice blocks and remember it could have been worse. (peed, chewed or doggie doo)

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    Just trying to help you. Gotta love them.

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    My kitty has to go to prison (closed in the bedroom) when I'm in the layout phase. If I can't finish, I lay it out on a sheet and roll it all up. Then I let the terrorist kitty out.

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    I've been where you are before. think we would learn! lol! I bought one of those really nice kitty condo's and set it right next to my cutting table so my fur baby would "learn" that is where he belonged! It's almost exactly level with my table and looks out an entire wall of windows! Right...... I could have saved my money. He wants to be where ever I lay a piece of fabric, no matter how small. So now he has his own piece of fabric to lay on and the kitty condo is heading to its new owner! My how they rule our world!
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    Dogs are so very helpful.

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    Oh ...what a cutie ...I think he wants the quilt and some attention!

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