So this is a linky party I am WELL-prepared for!! As many of you know, I have a Pitbull named Rocco. Before I got him, and before I started watching Cesar Millan rehabilitate other dogs under the guidance of (I'm dead serious) his Pitbull, Daddy, I, too, had a bit of a whoa-keep-your-distance-scary-pitbull attitude towards these people-(especially kids)-loving, life-loving, joyful dogs.
He, too, loves quilts. Especially quilts on a human bed.
He has been known to photo-bomb a picture or two for my blog.
|"Back off Bella, I'm claiming this one"|
However, this entry is my CAT on quilt entry, so if you want to read my DOG on quilt entry, click here! When I wrote it, I had no idea I would be entering him into this party, and it is quite interesting how many pictures I have of him on one of my quilts!
So I also have a gorgeous cat named Bella, who is my sewing diva partner. This post is my entry for her into the POQ Festival. I would say she loves new fabric as much as I do.
|Helping out with my Paint Chip challenge for my guild|
|Found her here just before I started this post! She willingly obliged for a picture or two...|
|"Must you take more pictures? How absolutely boring of you..."|
She loved quilts and was fascinated by my sewing space even at that young age.
This past winter in Florida, she was quite intrigued with my old Elna sewing machine that I keep there.
She also loves keeping her spine in shape on my sewing machine cover, and, yep, new fabric underneath.
|Think I've got my toes on it...yep, just!|
|Typical st-r-r-e-e-tched out Bella pose|
If she can't get ON a quilt, or under it, she will figure out some way to be touching it:
This is my yoga bag I free-motion quilted. I stood it up here after I'd taken some outside shots of it. Turned around, and look who managed to get herself ON a part of it. It was only the quilted strap, but hey, she got ON a part of that baby!
She's my cheerleader when it comes to being in my quilting/sewing space. She bubbles with feline energy, all wiggly and bouncy, wriggling like a caterpillar on the carpet beside me, whenever I go down to the basement to sew.
Here's one last shot of her from a few moments ago, showing off her flexible spine and body.