All of the cat blocks were made with either hand cranks or treadles. I pieced it all on my Singer 99 hand crank. I quilted it on my Singer industrial 16. Pippi was a big help! I love this picture!
I quilted the border with tiny straight lines, I used the edge of my walking foot as my guide. I love this bright cat fabric I used!
I was not sure how I wanted to quilt the cats at first and then decided to quilt faces and zig zags on the bodies. I'm not sure how well you can see it.
You can see the faces better on the dark fabric. The black block with the yellow fabric has a bird that started as a fish, but my husband said it sill looks like a fish. LOL
I went ahead and signed the bottom of the quilt in lieu of a label, but I wish I had drawn a paw instead of a spiral.
Here is a close up view of some of the stitching on the back.
I had to show you this picture of Tiger helping me decide where to put the blocks.Pets on Quilts show at Lily Pad Quilting. If you like my quilt, please vote for me!
I have also entered a cats on quilt post, be sure to check out that post also to see more of my fur babies!