Friday Cat Blogging – 4 January 2013

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It’s 2013, and that means the start of our cats and quilts series. But I think this is going to be harder than I thought. It’s no problem to toss out a quilt and wait for Domino to curl up on it, but the problem is that this is pretty much all she does. So that means a lot of pictures of a snoozing cat. I have a feeling I need to think through this whole project a little more carefully to see how I can mix things up a bit more.

In any case, here are the deets on the quilt. It’s a wedding ring quilt made in 1997 out of reproduction 1930s fabrics. It’s machine pieced and hand quilted, and 100% lead free.

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