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Sunday, September 05, 2010

Countdown to National Capital Cat Show!

I can't believe that ticker reads right up there! Only 6 more days???

The Bernina has been humming (thank you, sewing machine gods and goddesses!) Here's a representative sample of the past couple of days' work:

Lots of accessories (checkbooks, cell phone cases, two sizes of zippered baglets)

Many drawstring bags...

Meras and Knitnanas and all sorts of things (depending on what the scissors hit - I tend to cut multiple items from the same fabrics, which is just one of the many simple methods my Dear Dad, the efficiency engineer taught his kids - SEE Daddy, I was listening!)

I have to commend my faithful felines...Siamese breeds are totally loyal and tend to want to be wherever their people are...

But this is taking the meaning of "kitty condo" a step beyond...

Maybe to "double-decker?"
;)
(The Bernina is right on the desk above and to the left of The Meezer's shelf there...The Tonk discovered that shelf, The Meezer followed him up and only decided to move after she heard the camera's trill when it turned on. She knew the flash wasn't far way!)

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Isn't it amazing the feline talent of finding a place that is both comfy and displays you at your most handsome self? Can't believe how the boyo has grown!

10:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely photos! I hope everything gets sold.

7:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wished I lived close enough to go to that show!! Good luck. I'm sending virtual scritches to the kitties!
Janet

8:26 AM  
Anonymous twinsetellen said...

With that sort of supervision, I am confident you will get everything done in time for the show.

Everything is looking fabulous. I'm crossing my needles for you that all goes smoothly. Have a blast!

11:26 AM  
Blogger Knitting Linguist said...

The cats look like they're taking their companionship duties seriously! And your sewing looks pretty serious, too -- I can't believe how much you've accomplished! You are definitely ready for this show :)

2:56 PM  
Blogger Ruinwen Dagorielle said...

You are going to blow them away with all your kitty goodness. Good luck! Look at how handsome your Tonk has grown...all that love and Meezer's helpful hints. *hugs* :)

8:39 AM  

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