Monday, January 4, 2010

Knock Knock

Who's there?
The cat slept
The cat slept who?
The cat slept for days on my current WIP!

Yes, dear friend, I must share my tale of horror. We returned from a week "up yonder," and to my utmost horror, there in my stitching chair was the cat, looking oh so comfy, and as I bent down to pet said furry beast, I realized that under her were both the chart and my WIP.

Now, to be fair, I do not remember leaving my WIP in the chair, since I am so very diligent about keeping the "she beast" away from all things stitchy, so it was with a bit of confusion that I sadly moved it from the chair to the table, in order to survey the damage. I think it is not too bad, and a good gentle sticky roller may do the trick, but what a total bummer!

Whatever the case, I thought I would share with you a picture of what one size 16 kitty can do to a WIP:


Hugs

14 comments:

  1. Cats can be quite opinionated. I think your poor pet was just trying to show full appreciation of your stitchy skills in the only way possible lol.
    Praise indeed!

    Hope it cleans up ok...

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  2. LOL...you may be right, but I tend to think that it was more like, you left me alone for a week *with dry food and water, no love and treats!

    *PETA people and Paris Hilton......Please note she was not alone, son was home all week and she eats good dry food and has a constant bowl of water and a clean cat litter box, so please do not email me or throw tomatoes :)

    Hugs
    Ma

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  3. Too funny! Your kitty must have really missed you. They do that kind of stuff when their people are away for too long.

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  4. That fur is just a way to make things softer. :) Lint rollers...we love em.

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  5. Hehehe

    Julie...Oh that's true, it must smell like me....but it is a huge bummer, however she is a love :)

    Parsley...LOL, I cringe every time someone comes over wearing black, and I keep that roller handy...I agree :)

    Hugs

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  6. I'm sure you'll be able to get the hair out. Cats do have a mind of their own.

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  7. LOL....Mel...aint that the truth!

    Hugs

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  8. Oh bad kitty! I hope this cleans up well so you can get back to it :)

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  9. That is so funny. I had a long haired daschie who shed hair and ohh how I loved that lint roller. Sadly he has been gone 2 yrs in a couple of days time and we have moved house but last week I found one his hairs in a floss bag.

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  10. My mother's cat just opens all the cabinets and chews on any stray plastic bags (including the plastic bag for the powdered sugar) when she is away.

    I hope you got the fur off. ;)

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  11. Ahh, it just adds character! LOL

    But seriously, a sticky roller will work and besides, I think it still looks awesome, like all your stitchings! :)

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  12. This is going to sound so lame, but what does WIP stand for?

    I am sure your lovely cat was missing you so much she wanted to be as close to "you" as she could. i am sure your stitching reminded her of ya;)


    Ann Flowers
    flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

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  13. I hope that you can get all the hair off! Lucky it's just hair!

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  14. :)

    WIP means Work In Progress....a few others that you'll see me mention are :

    UFO: Unfinished Object

    SAL: Stitch Along

    If anyone can think of other ancronyms....add to my list :)

    Hugs

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