Sunday, December 10, 2006


Okay so I have to leave you with another cute cat picture. :-)

I removed the Log Cabin quilt top from the sofa and VERY carefully folded it up so cats wouldn't wallow all over it. I laid it down, went to the kitchen to get a bottle of water to take with me to the sewing room and when I came right back to get the top this is what I found. Guess it's got the Fluffy seal of approval.

11 comments:

Gail said...

LOL - too funny, and so typical of cats! Fluffy has good quilt taste.

Norma said...

Your post makes me laugh! We should all have a stamp to add to our label for the back of the quilt. I my case, mine would read, "Paw approved by Joey". No quilt is complete without that approval!

Hedgehog said...

Adorable picture! Love both leaders and enders projects, too.

quiltpixie said...

put something down, of course the cat must check it out! ;-)

Nadine said...

What a pleasure to read you again, Nancy ! I missed your posts... Nice photos !

Smiles,
NADINE.

Judy said...

I think he likes that quilt!

Judy L.

Susan said...

Your cat has good taste. That's a great log cabin! I think it will be fine for a man.

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Anonymous said...

great log cabin Nancy! blogger is not giving me the option of switching yet-but I will next time. I have a ufo that has tons of 3 inch finished 9 patches...maybe I need to join you in that ongoing project too :-) love the kitty seal of approval! Cher

Hanne said...

Lovely Log Cabin quilt - and very cute cat :-) Every quilt needs an inspector, right ?

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