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Thread: The Tale of Purple Slanty Eyed Kitten

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    The Tale of Purple Slanty Eyed Kitten

    This is Kitten number 2. I've been dying to use purple and pink instead of all the browns and I think I love it!
    My kids like the rounds eyes better than the slanty eyes. I just don't know, I like them both!
    Wait til you see the pink fur I got for the next Lion mane!
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    That is sew adorable.

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    How cute my grandaughters woould love that. Good Job.
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    very nice ............

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    Where did you get this pattern it is so cute, my grandkids would love it....you did a beautiful job...love it

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    Those are very nice! Cute little girl, too!

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    I love your quilt! I can't imagine how you made it! I have not seen anything like it

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    Cyn, it was the easiest thing in the world to make! Cut the fabric from a full size pattern, trace the applique parts onto the fusible, trace the markings onto the top fabric, fuse appliqué onto front, stitch top and back with right sides together, flip right side out, stitch around the edge for a faux binding, a LOT of satin stitching and it's done!

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    sweet....love it!

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    Oh it so very cute, I love it. I think that "Emma" is very happy with her new kitty quilt.

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    Those are adorable! I think the big round eyes give the kitty a happy face, while the slanted eyes give it a mischievous look, LOL.

    Are these your own design? I know that little tots would love them
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    those are darling!

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    Oh my Gosh....So Cute!!!!!

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    [QUOTE=wraez;5905037]Those are adorable! I think the big round eyes give the kitty a happy face, while the slanted eyes give it a mischievous look, LOL.

    Exactly what I was going to say!

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    Beautiful job!
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    Love them both~!

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    How cute is that.

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    beautiful and perfect for any child! enchanting for that resistant napper! I wonder if it could be made adult-size.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Adorable...Emma is beautiful and she seems to really enjoy her Kitty Quilt!
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    Sew cute!!!!!

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    Oh, MaryMo, cuddle up with the kids sized Kitten-he's about 42x48, a glass of warm milk (for you, not the kitten), a nice comfy couch and just take your nap already!

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    They are just sooooooooooooooo cute.

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    aww so adorable!!!
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    I love both the cats

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