This is a rare photo of the very first quilt I made, which was a Christmas gift for my mom. Looking at it now, I am appalled at the wonky seams and lack of pattern matching, but the cats seemed to think it was up to snuff.
While working on my Tim Burton quilt, I took a break to get a drink and came back to find Tigger testing it for comfy-ness.
Once it was complete and on the bed, Harley added the missing (and necessary) cat fur.
During the making of the Kissing Fish quilt, Tigger thought he would lend a hand with pressing some of the fabric.
While Harley curled up on it during the quilting process to make sure it would be nap-worthy.
The Doctor Who quilt was a big project, and Harley was on hand to inspect my seams.
While Tigger acted as a weight to make sure it didn't wander off while I was quilting.
At Christmas, Tigger took the tree skirt for a spin. We ended up having to find someplace else to put the presents.
And finally, Tigger made sure to test out the quilts I made for Camelot Fabrics (upcoming post about that) before I was able to turn them in. Nothing leaves my worktable without their approval!