Finally sewed the binding on my Cat Quilt. He look like an happy fellow.
I also worked on the butterfly wings but stopped half way because I do not have enough Timeless treasures Orange Ombre fabrics. I might order more. Not sure yet.
Good news, the Wolfgang pattern is available for sell at my store.
This week it is the start of my hunting season.....no I have no intention of killing any living being. I am humanly trapping the feral cats living near my apartment to sterilize them for the Trap-neuter-release program. This big boy won't be hard to catch.....he come home to eat every night at 5pm!!!
The goal is to get the babies that could be adopted and control the cat population. I see a lot of me sitting in a corner waiting for the kitty to go eat the sardines in the next 2 weeks.
Oh and this week I quilted this Tettris quilt for a friend!!! I pretty much didn't give her a choice poor Amanda. I really needed to practice my free motion quilting on my Q'nique and had nothing. I did a square meander thingy on the black part of her quilt and she did the part in color. I will try to get a finished picture from her :) The problem working with black is that the batting made the top look as if white kittens exploded on it.
I really adore all of your fractured quilts. Nice to see this one finished. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the butterfly. AndreaReplyDelete
loving the new edition of the cat, so much love cats and good to read you are helping to keep the stray cat population under control. I have one that I am feeding but think it has a home as it is very large but maybe lots of people are feeding him.ReplyDelete
You can`t abandon your butterfly he is looking so good.
I LOVE your Fractured Cat quilt! Beautiful!!ReplyDelete
I love your cat and wolf quilts. Beautiful and full of character :)ReplyDelete
Your cat looks suitably startled; he just spotted the sardine bait. Seriously I like your pattern; did you develop it yourself?ReplyDelete
Your cat quilt and the cat in your house look both very cool! And the wolf looks so amazing! Thanks for the inspiration!!ReplyDelete
That's very good of you to hunt for the spay/neuter-and-release cause. I love your fractured quilts!ReplyDelete
Wow, I've never seen those fractured quilts before, they really are lovely.ReplyDelete
That cat quilt is just darling and I LOVE his expression! I meant to comment on your wolf last week, but never got that far. He's incredible.ReplyDelete
The background of the cat quilt is perfect!ReplyDelete
I love the cat - his expression is priceless! Thank you for linking up with Free Motion Mavericks - your quilt is this week's featured project!
I love the cat quilt and flamingos are my favourite bird.ReplyDelete