Fat Cat and a Winter Holiday

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Fat Cat was a pattern I handed out at retreat one year. The full size is a whopping great 9inches, including border and sashing! And note, this was a real project, not a virtual design like you get here every day!

Some people spend winter holidays snuggled up by the fire with a good book. Or perhaps go skiing. I have ten days before the next quilters retreat, so what am I do do?

Well, the next couple of days will be spent pulling down and putting up art exhibitions, and putting up a display of masks made by students of Wallaroo Primary School with the artist I will be staying with.

A friend is going to arrange a storm while here I am beside the seaside after making me realise I missed sneaking down to the jetty to watch the waves by posting a picture a while ago.

Second hand and antique shops, fabric shops, and a real quilt shop may get some patronage, but I also will stay with Dad for a few days and start pruning the roses, catch up with a school mate, visit a friend or two or more,and generally rest up to gain strength for the second of two retreats ……. and there is a book to fill out the luggage! Just in case I find a minute or two.

Then another retreat with fellow quilters before I come home. Quilts have been scheduled to arrive here daily as usual, so if I hadn’t also scheduled this post you probably wouldn’t have missed me!

About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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6 Responses to Fat Cat and a Winter Holiday

  1. paulahewitt says:

    have fun!


  2. averyclaire says:

    While I am not necessarily a cat lover, I love your fat cat! How many more quilts until you have reached 365?


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