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Thread: Quality Control in a WIP

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    Super Member feline fanatic's Avatar
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    How can one ensure that a WIP is of upmost quilty comfort and warmth?

    Why with a quality control expert of course!

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    LOL, I have one of those too!

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    Checking out the bottom too. My, your quilt inspector checks out everything.

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    Your quilt is beautiful. See--quality control works!!

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    Beautiful quilt and obviously your QCE stays right on the job. He/She is gorgeous!

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    That is too cute :D :D :D

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    Purrfect!! :D

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    Wow! That must get really warm...

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    You quilt is beautiful. You do hand work like I do. I have a Siamese mixed female and she is a lap cat. Rght now my 17 lb male cat is in my lap while I'm at the PC.

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    My super (see pic :) ) and your QCE should compare notes. I can't keep mine out of my work space! Beautiful work BTW!

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    Emmy is my QCE, she weighs 12 lbs.Her favorite thing is to be on my lap. Her brother Reggie guards the quilts. He weighs 17 lbs. They are 4 1/2. Reggie is our foot warmer at night.
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    aren't our felines just the cutest things! here's my only one although she's nearly big enough for 2, she's 3-1/2 years old and weighs 15 pounds, a calico, spayed and de-clawed, doesn't go outside at all. i rescued her from the street, somebody had dumped her, she weighed 4 pounds and was homeless and hungry. but just look at her now. she lays on her back a lot. and this is how she lays on the back of chairs.

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    She is to cute. I've never met a kitty I couldn't love. I do limit myself to two and they are indoor babies without claws and the other "stuff" is gone too............

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