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MissPrints loves the glider I recently redid the cushions for

MissPrints loves the glider I recently redid the cushions for. I wonder if it because she thinks she blends in.

MissPrints loves the glider I recently redid the cushions for

She says you can’t see me sitting here. She has taken claim to the glider as it is her preferred spot.

MissPrints loves the glider I recently redid the cushions for. I wonder if it because she thinks she blends in.

I share more about this kitten that was dropped off at my work last month on my faith-based blog, Courageous Christian Father.

On that blog post above, you can learn more on how she got her name and even a link to our other two cats (Lilly Bug & Joel the Brave). Hint: MIssPrints name comes from Steve’s main job.

Anyways, MissPrints is a gray tabby cat kitten, at least at the time of this blog post. She blends in with the gray glider cushions. I used an old cotton shower curtain and made new cushion covers for this glider. Learn more on that!

I am thankful God created cats. I am a cat person. Just saying. I figured, I would digress from a sewing and quilting blog post on this post.

Do you have any pets?

Feel free to share what pets you have and their names in the comments below. Have you ever sewn anything for your pet? If so, what was it and what was their reaction.

I have thought of trying to see a kitty stick.


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2 thoughts on “MissPrints loves the glider I recently redid the cushions for

  1. MissPrints certainly does blend in with the glider fabric. She looks most comfortable. We have 2 cats as well. I made a quilt using a photo of one of my cats, but it hangs on the wall, where the cats can’t reach it. They have a habit of leaving fur everywhere, so my quilts are out of bounds.

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