Sunday, August 13, 2017

Cats Meow


I just love when I find a pattern, that allows me to do lots of stash-busting.
The "Red Boot Quilt Company" has done it again.
(it's linked for you)
"Catnip"  is the name of this pattern.


Lots of kitties with "cattitude"!
LOL...


Even a mouse...


And a bird to keep the cats attention.


Seeing it come together, shows just how much of that "cattitude" it really has.


These guys found their way to Alaska for a very special little girl, 
who is "Koo-Koo for Kitties" you could say!
:-)
She turned into a teenager last week
Where does the time go?

I got word that it made her cry...
I used some of the fabrics I got from her "Nonnie", who passed away a few years ago.
She can now snuggle under her quilt and have sweet dreams of her.

As quilters, we all know just how special our creations can be, don't we?
Til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'

12 comments:

  1. That's too cute! What a special gift. And a fun pattern

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  2. That is a wonderful quilt. How great to be able to use up lots of stash fabrics as well as some special ones the mean something to her.
    As always, your quilt is amazing!!

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  3. That's so cute! You are talented AND prolific!

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  4. So adorable, and such a special gift. Red Boot Quilt Co looks like a very dangerous shop. Thanks for the link. :)

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  5. That is one fun quilt and a great little story to go with it. Thanks for the cheer up this morning.

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  6. Oh, I do love this quilt! I think Bella may need one of her own.....Adorable in every way!

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  7. This is such a sweet and special thing you have done.

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  8. such a cool quilt, and special meaning with the fabrics! I may have to look into this pattern...

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  9. That is adorable. She will love it.

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  10. This quilt puurrrfect. LOL. Too cute.

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  11. I made the moose and bear quilt after purchasing the kit in Skagway, Alaska. The pattern was easy to follow even though I had never appliqued before. My husband loves his special quilt and all the memories it holds of our trips to Alaska. Thanks.

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  12. What an adorable quilt...and the special gal will love love love it.

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