Saturday, November 17, 2007

A cute moment


My beloved grandcat honoured me with her company on the sewing table this afternoon. It does not happen as often as before these days.
I was working on the hand applique on Leanne's Friendship Basket and my furry friend got frequent belly rubs, on request.
She made room for herself by moving the fabrics from my table with her nose - to cute and irresistible :-)

12 comments:

Belém said...

Yes it is a cute moment.Right now my cat is next to my computer, sleeping under the desk lamp :)

Wenche said...

That cat has an attitude (I don't know if its the right word).....It's a cute cat, I have had the pleasure to have met her :-)
I even think she liked me ;-)

Nancy in Norway said...

I love those furry friends that picks their cozy spots and friends!

I'm a cat friendly person, can't you tell?

But, as you cat-lovers and cat-knowers know: a cat picks its family. Not the other way around!!

tami said...

Awwww.

cher said...

what a sweet kitty! I just admire your stitcheries so much Hanne..all of them are so beautiful !!

julieQ said...

My helper is a dog, who tests out all the quilts to make sure the are fit for human use...

JulieQ

Susan said...

I love a cat with personality. I haven't had a cat in a few years, doesn't fit our traveling lifestyle, but I miss it a bit.

de vliegende koe said...

Lovely to see Hanne. I’m familiar with this behaviour. My cat always wants to sit on my right when I’m knitting and he likes to take the yearn in his prawns to let it slip through!

May Britt said...

Your grandcat is sooooo cute. Will he be there on thursday when I visit you????
I have only one sentence left on my friendship basket. Then I start handquilting it. May be I'll bring it on thursday. See you then.

Sweet P said...

Definitely an adorable moment not to be missed. Thanks for sharing your cat with us.

The Calico Cat said...

Awww, I love kitty bellies.

Lyn said...

Your cat reminds me of my Flossie - she does the same thing to me when I'm sewing. When she gets bored she tries to grab the thread as it spins round and round.
(I didn't realise you had a blog until today - silly me.)
Lyn - Moore Patchwork and Quilting