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Thread: Quilt Has Been Christened!

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    Super Member scowlkat's Avatar
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    I wouldn't want a quilt my cat hadn't help me make! I made her a special quilt of her own too! Making it was a great way to practice FMQing!

    When your cat sits on your quilt, you know its
    purr-fect!

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    Congrats! Your kitty probaly got tired from inspecting it, lol!

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    Yay for kitty!!!! Can't imagine a place to nap that smells more like "Mommy" that a quilt she has touched every inch of.

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    My beagle (who thinks he is a cat) is always in the middle of my projects. He believes they are all for him (and why wouldn't they be?) so he likes to help and make sure everyone knows it! I have a special quilt just for him in the works...is it wrong to make a dog his own quilt? He sure seems to appreciate them?

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    We need pictures of your first masterpiece.

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    No it's not wrong to make a quilt for your dog. I made one for my cat. Infact doesn't everyone make one for there pet or pets?

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    my cat lays on the quilt loaded on my long arm waiting to be quilted just like being in a hammock .mkay

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    :lol: I know the feeling and it seems to find a way in every time I finish a quilt

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    :thumbup: Mine are part of the family (sometimes the best part since they don't talk back), so go ahead. Just be sure you know it will probably washed a whole lot.

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    We have two mini mexican chawawa

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    Would love to see a picture of your Mini Chawawas. (sp) I use to have two of them but they have been gone for a few years, they were 14 when I lost them. But they both had there own blanke.

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    Will try to get a pic of them for you,but they are so quick most of the time and they are very hard to sneak up on. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsewnsew
    You have arrived! Now hang on for the ride of your life!!!
    :D Welcome! :D :D :D And what a fun ride it is! :thumbup:

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    Welcome to the club so climb aboard for a long ride of unforgettable tips trick and many laughs!

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    Do you have to have a cat to belong to this quilt club??
    I really prefer dogs, but being retired and in a Condo I have neither. But back on the farm growing up we had many cats and usually a dog all the time. We tried having a cat, but my daughter (and now one of her sons) are allergic to cats. When my kids were growing up we had dogs, Strudel, Penny and Daisy. Can you guess what kind of god Strudel was??

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    Congrats!!!!

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    good for you------my dogs don't wait until the quilt is finished before they try it!

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    Yes that is an official sign. What is a quilt without a cat or dog?

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