I love these kitties!! The quilt especially is a work of art! Well done, Hugs, Laura
Thank you so much - it seemed to take forever. But worth it for my sewing room wall.
What a lovely memory quilt you have created...well done!
Fantastic. would love them.
The designs are really not very good. I messed up the orders and then had to figure out what I was doing...
This is so cool .I pray someone would move here that knows how to digitize .I would love to learn.Hugs xx
I have learned Embrilliance mostly by watching You Tube tutorials. With that you don't have to buy all the modules. just he ones you need. Then gif you want to go deeper into its, you can. I used only the first two modules and I can almost everything I can magian.
I love your kitty quilt! The hours spent were well worth it!
Thank you, I had wanted to make a kitty quilt, but had no idea it would end up like this one!
Absolutely beautify and adorable kitty pillows - love them all and a very lucky special little girl! Well done!!x
should read beautiful!x
Thank you, I made that design about. year ago and have revised it several times. It might be nice to have more space under the smile...
Well well done. The placement is spot on. Agree the little pillows will be very well received. Love that the wall hanging represents your cats. That is such a treasure, and thank you for sharing the story behind your quilt.
Thank you! I had wanted to make something like this for years and I finally actually did it!
Adorable Kitty`s!!!Great work on Quilt!!!
What a sweet memory quilt. Love it. Also the cute kitty cuddle pillows will make the girl you made them for happy.
Thank you. She is non-verbal, but will definitely squeal when these come in the mail for her!
Hi Jan, this is absolutely gorgeous. I love all the different fabrics you have used to represent these kitties. Well done, love Chris
Thank you, Chris. I've been collecting cat fabrics for years and didn't even use half of what designs I have.
Crazy, I know! Do you have a stash?
The Kitty Quilt has blocks to represent all the kitties I have ever had.
Top Left to right. Hey Diddle Diddle (my all time favorite nursery rhyme and tuxedo cat is Ollie. Then Sleeping Kitty is both Kitty Cat and Sweeney from my childhood, Then Calico Cat is Molly from my childhood, Next is Tabby - Archie my son's cat, Then is Arrow, our sweet black girl kitty - she was a good hunter and this kitty has cheese in her mouth with mice. Next Row - Big Grey long haired Oscar, with a part of his actual collar, Next are our three new Ragdolls, Then the Mona Lisa Cat with Whistler's mother in the picture behind with a cat in the frame, Then we have spotted Snitty Nitty in a dress with a Kit Cat clock on the wall, then my favorite is a big brute of a cat - "The Bird Cat of Alcatraz," Bottom row is Axel, my friend's American Curl - also represents Maizy too, Next is Poppy, or dear first rag doll, The Jazzy Cat is Olio a lovely crazy kitty, The Siamese represents both Snap and Crackle, and the Green long haired kitty with the yarn in his mouth is Poe, who was actually black and helped me graduate from college by staying up with me all night. I used 26 different cat fabrics!
Are the cat designs all from one source, or from all over? They are wonderful. You've got me thinking about my kitties now, I've had fourteen in my life, but some came as a group, so I could make a nice12 block quilt.
Actually, I started with photos and then went crazy changing them into appliqué. the hardest was the "Cata-Lisa". But the most fun was the Bird Cat of Alcatraz. I started with a photo of a very grouchy inmate in his uniform - stripes the other way. It took about 5-7 hours per block.
Although I started with images, none of them ended up looking anything like the photos - LOL.