To bring you the latest development on cat privileges ...
Hum .... Stella jumps on my lap right when I was about to turn a binding corner and proceeds to make herself comfortable.
I tried nudging her a bit to see if she would jump off, only to be given the look!
STOP everything and give in to my demands!
After some petting she is nice and snuggled in a quilt!
It always amazes me how a cat can fit on/in such a confined space! Between the queen size quilt and the cat, there wasn't much room available on my lap. Yet, she managed to not only get herself comfortable but bring my stitching rhythm to a grinding halt and get me to scratch her favourite spots!
I wish I had that much power. Not sure how it would look if I jumped on a person's lap and demanded attention! ROFLOL
Phew ... She's had enough and jumped off .... back to your regular schedule hand stitching program...
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
We interrupt the hand stitching binding episode .....
Posted by Carole at 7:00:00 PM
Labels: Retro/Vintage, UFO
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She's helping you set your priorities straight. Cat scratching theeeen stitching. Heehee.
I had one that would crawl into my rug, lap frame, lol. Hard to hook with a big fur ball inside.
Bean just keeps dropping balls on me or my chair, he wants to play all the time.
lol. I have a dog that does the same thing. A seated lap is meant for snuggling, I guess.
Face it. This is your true purpose in life. Cats have only one priority and the way they see it their view is the ONLY view that matters. I have one that will not use the cat door (which is a highway for the other cats). She will sit in front of the "people door" with her back to me for an hour or more if necessary on the assumption that eventually I will take the hint and open the door for her. And of course I do!
And as for cats and quilt making - you haven't lived until you have tried to machine piece with a cat that curls up in the warmth of the light from your sewing machine and then tries to catch the fast moving shiny needle as it moves.
Accept this simple axiom - dogs have masters, cats have slaves!
Submit puny human!!
my cats get plenty of brushing, playing and petting from me...but something draws them to me when binding a rug or doing any hand stitching...a fake sneeze will send either running...with no dirty looks...
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