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Thread: Need a cat quilt pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by DA Mayer
    I like the attic window or snowball pattern to highlight the fabric.
    Where did you get the cat material with all of the different large prints? I've never seen it and I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltaroni
    Is this any good?
    Awww...cute!!!!

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    This is not my quilt - (I wish it were). I took these pictures at Quiltopia one year. I was SO impressed with this design. It's called Topsy-Turvy Cats by Mary Mandell. I understand the same pattern is also in a book called CopyCat Quilts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltaroni
    Is this any good?
    It is 'cat-a-licious! Wonderful quilt with great flowers! I love it!

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    Wow you sure love cats and the cat quilts are fantastic. from a cat lover too

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    Please post a pic when you decide. Love to see it.

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    My hubby needs a cat quilt..These patterns and designs look promising ....Great job ladies..

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltaroni
    Is this any good?
    Love the quilt, don't do aplique :cry:

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    Debbie Mumm makes a cute cat block.
    Easy to piece makes up really cute.
    (I posted a pink cat quilt I made last year,
    if you want to search it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgramma
    Wow - that site is an "everything cat" gold mine - thank you. I love all the pictures and sites coming up in this conversation (thread), they are so neat!!

    Marysewfun :D

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    Go to www.bellaonline.com, she has some paper piece "dress up" kitties. Really cute. If you can't get to it, PM me.

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    I love the one on homespun. Did you have a pattern or did you create that one? I have been searching for a quilt for my dad and this one would be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    If you have one fabric you want to use as a focus, you might try a Warm Wishes pattern.
    Or a 9 Patch Pizzazz would be good

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    The cat posy quilt is all done on the machine and is very forgiving.The original idea from colour me Judy had cute little smiley faces in the petals

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgramma
    Oh my, what a wonderful site, thanks...

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    I just looked at this pattern and think it would be a great one to feature kitty (or whatever fabric you would like to feature.
    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    I was just looking found this one http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-52832-1.htm love it...I never even knew that warm wishes was a pattern Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyinZ4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    If you have one fabric you want to use as a focus, you might try a Warm Wishes pattern.
    What is the Warm Wishes pattern? Don't think I've ever seen it.
    If you enter warm wishes up at top in search, it will show lots of folks WW quilts. Looks like an easy pattern.
    Thanks for the info, really like the quilt pattern.

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    So. Many. Great ideas here is another. Quilterscache.com has tesselcats. A. Paper pieced block. Adorable

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    An I-spy with the kitties as the focus. Easy to do and cut.

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    i made this one for my niece..
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    My Grand Kids gave me fat quarter of "cats" for Christmas. I am using Warm Wishes. It is looking great.

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    How about a "puss in the corner" block? you will use 2 different fabrics per square.

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    I love them. Please keep showing the cat quilts. I picked up some cat fabric today and put it back because I did not know what kind of pattern to use. All of you are giving me such good ideas that my mind is just racing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryQuiklter
    This is my first time posting, so I'm a little nervous! I want to make a "cat" quilt for my granddaughter. I have lots of cat fabric but don't know what pattern to use to really set off the fabric. Any suggestions would be very helpful.
    Try www.fatcatpatterns.com

    They are cat nuts. Lots of ideas too.

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    this is my stairway to cat heaven quilt. it used to be a free pattern on the mccalls website but now you have to pay for it. i handquilted this.
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