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Welkom op mijn blog waar ik vooral schrijf over mijn passies borduren, patchwork & appliqueren en aquarelleren.

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Anne Marieke

Sunday, October 17, 2010

The Quilt Shoppe & Lots of Cats

The stitching is done on this cute project by Lynette Anderson. The finishing still needs to be done, using the fabrics shown on the right. But this will have to keep for another day, because it is already 10.30 here.


Elvis was in a rather pensive mood this afternoon. It made me want to know what he was thinking. Not that he would tell me...

At the same time Luna was sunbathing. We had some lovely sunshine this afternoon.


I cannot believe how much she resembles her Daddy, a beautiful tomcat called Hobbes:


Image copyright Cattery Het Blauwe Mandje

Now I have to decide what to work on next, from the long list of WIPs I have going on.
Thanks for your lovely comments.

5 comments:

Yvon (jioya) said...

Het begin is er, mooie kleuren bij elkaar.

Groetjes Yvon.

Giovanna said...

Very cute Shoppe! And charming cats, as always :-)

Michele said...

Excellent work on the Quilt Shoppe! Very cute!

And, of course,love the latest kitty pictures. :)) Sending pets for all of them!

Erna said...

Geweldig Anne Marieke, zo schattig en ik vind je kat zo lief
Hugs
Erna

Ineke said...

The Quilt Shoppe is beautiful.

Luna has the same expression on her face as her daddy. And I wonder what Elvis is thinking. 'Where is my food...' perhaps?