Pattern Weight

Standard

When I’m cutting out a lot of garments at once, I tend to take over the dining room table.  Likewise, I’ll do the same when I’m tracing patterns onto tissue.  There’s just more room to work, and sometimes my able-pawed assistants will even help.  Doing it this way is easier on my back, as well as my knees.

Other times I use the floor of the sewing room…

I had help when cutting this top out.

Lots of help!

Puck thinks he makes a good pattern weight.

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7 responses »

  1. Oh, my goodness, that’s too funny! My cats usually plant themselves right in the middle of the fabric and then get offended when I try to move them out of the way. 🙂

  2. THAT IS REALLY FUNNY, IS THIS ANOTHER VERSION OF BEING A “DOOR MAT”?? PUCK IS A SMART KITTY AND SO WELL BALANCED ON THAT LUMPY BACK! WAIT TIL PUCK TELLS MAX ABOUT THIS NEW TRICK.

  3. I am glad to see that you are being useful to your cats. : – ] That’s what we are here for: To Serve and Provide Treats. What a great series of photos (and like GT said, good for a snort!).

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