Friday Cat Blogging – 11 January 2013

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Last week we were collectively musing about how to get a wider variety of cat + quilt photos, and one suggestion was to make a tent out of the quilt and just wait for Domino to burrow under it. As you can see, this worked like a charm. Especially during chilly Southern California winters (low 60s!), Domino is a big fan of burrowing under quilts.

The design of this week’s quilt is “Yellow Brick Road,” by Atkinson Designs. It uses fat quarters of tone-on-tone fabrics, with a contrasting border and backing. It’s machine pieced and machine quilted.

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