Oh, right...he looks all cute and innocent NOW...he just looks at me, sweetly, as if to ask, "what 'cha do-in'?"
This is usually after he has rubbed up against or had a rolling stretch on EVERY SURFACE IN THE HOUSE...
Let's face it...cats love quilts. Whether they are scattering scraps and blocks or trying desperately to snooze on something you are trying to work on, there is something about our craft that is like cat nip for our 4-footed furry friends.
It is time to answer the question of how many lint rollers does it take to remove the cat hair from a 96" x 96" quilt before a quilt show.
I am also doing a little spot spritzing as well to make sure everything is ship shape before driving the quilts to the first show of the season (Sauder Village) on Sunday afternoon.
I'm glad I put the quilt under this kind of scrutiny...I found a place I had not quilted! Unbelievable! I need to stop sleep-quilting...
I had not outline quilted around all the flowers and leaves in front of the fountain of the cello block. Yikes!
I am famous for this...there's a wall quilt hanging in my house right now that I walk past every day and mutter to myself, "I've got to quilt that stupid 2-inch spot..."
Anyway...look what I picked up on the lint roller...
All ready for the show...now I just need to put the quilts somewhere Weasley won't find them until the "Pastapalooza" fundraiser is over and I am happily driving to NW Ohio to drop them off for the show...maybe the roof of the house?!