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Thread: To Quilt or not to Quilt

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    Super Member Lynneander's Avatar
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    I was about to continue working on my quilt when I discovered my two friends. Perhaps another project is calling?
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    If it is like my house once you get something else out they will inspect it. A can't win situation:)

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    So funny! They just don't want you to quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt - gorgeous inspectors! Just give them some time to do their work!

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    I don't know if you can win 2 against 1 - Unless you put out a basket of clean laundry.

    Beautiful quilt, btw. I hope you post a picture when it's finished!

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    Your quilt looks like sunshine. It never fails, you work on a quilt or with fabric and instantly the furbabies come and sit or lay on it.

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    Nice quilt ... and cats!
    Of course, you can't disturb them ... they look too peaceful.
    Or is that, pieceful? :)

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    Beautiful quilt. Very sunny.

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    That's about par at my house. I don't care where it is in the house, my cat finds it & takes a nap.

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    LOL cute helpers you have there. Love the quilt. Hope they let you finish it soon.
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    I agree with hannajo, just set out a basket of towels fresh from the drier and they will come running, it worked with mine

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    Beautiful quilt and cute inspectors.

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    Is that the 10 minute block?

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    That is a wonderful color combination. The quilt looks great!

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    lol...they just want to be comfy.:) That is a beautiful quilt by the way:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueangel
    Is that the 10 minute block?
    I didn't have a particular pattern in mind ... just some fabric I wanted to use.

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    Life is good for you cats.....to nap on such a lovely quilt....how lucky they are......

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    For weeks I found many of my test blocks (kept in a basket on the floor) spread all over my quilt room. Found it was my smallest yorkie, Bailey, who was doing it. My husband said "she wants a quilt!", so I used some blocks to make a quilt for the 2 yorkies...they LOVE it, and my test blocks are safe now in the basket. Sometimes its hard to train your people, huh, pups?

    Make your kitties a quilt! If you can add some minkee in there somewhere, I'm sure they'd love it -- texture is always good with cats.

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    That's how I end up so many UFOs LOL

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