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    I see your fur babie likes your WIP's as much as mine. At least yours lets you sew the strips together before getting comfortable. Too cute

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    How cute ,hope you wash the quilt when done.
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    Your quilt police seems to like this one.......it is looking pretty
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    I'm a dog person but this photo makes me smile and envy the happiness of the cat.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    You must have worn her out with all that sewing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew N Tune View Post
    Guess she felt like if you didn't need it right then, she did. What is with cats and quilts??
    Don't have a clue about cats and quilts! LOL Our cats live out in the barn and won't come near the house. And our little dog loves them, wants them to play, his nose has taken quite a few swipes!

    But he loves my quilts, if it is on the floor for whatever reason he is on top of it and has quite a "tude" when I politely ask him to move. One day I drug the quilt from the living room floor all the way to the sewing room. He did roll over and stretch but he didn't move!!!!!!!!!!!!! DH says the dog thinks he is a paperweight. LOL

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    He looks soo comfortable!

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    A kitty at peace. I am waiting for one eye to open to see if you are watching. Then just the slightest of little grin. Life is good when your a cat or a quilter.

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    She looks perfectly comfortable to me.
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    LOL, you gotta love cats!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    Just adorable, thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    They think they own every thing & every one in the house. I know mine does, but I love her anyway.

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    quality control at its best!!

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    What is it about animals and quilts/fabric ? My DD's cats use to do this to me and my dog use to do the same thing whenever I was working on one either by hand or let it hang off the table.

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    I'm always amazed at how fast they can get into a spot and be asleep in seconds, looking like they've been there forever. I'll get up to pour a cup of tea and there's always someone looking like they're dead asleep in my chair by the time I get back.

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    She/he thinks it is for him/her.
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    Thats your seal of approval.
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    You can tell he loves this quilt. Both kitty and quilt are pretty.
    Kacy from OK

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    Awe, but he looks sew comfy!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Kitty is very cosy there.
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    Yep...gotta love 'em.

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    Wonderful cat with ability to relax anywhere. Beautiful quilt in progress too!

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    He looks just like my Shadow. Lovely cat.

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    cats and quilts or just sewing. my Himalayan's favorite resting spot is the ironing board in the sewing room or the sewing machine table on top of whatever i've carelessly left on it.

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    I am working on a quilt and had all the strips cut, sorted and laid out on my cutting table, left it for the night came back the next day and they were all on the floor. I guess my cat didn't like them!

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