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Friday, February 21, 2014

Cat in the Attic

 
 
Late last summer, I shared
 
 
 
and many of you asked for the origin of the quilt pattern.
It is called Catnap.
I had purchased the pattern many years ago
from a small quilt store when they were offering it up as a class,
and sadly, they didn't include the designer's information.
(I only purchased the pattern, I didn't take the class.)
 
I have since learned that it is a Pam Bono design
(I should have known just by looking at it!).
 
 She is offering the cat pattern for free!
It's in a little different venue,
but it's the same one, and more!!
 
 
for the free pattern downloads.
 
Have a glorious day!
~karen
 


19 comments:

  1. That's a really cute design. My daughter would love it: she has 4 kitties.

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  2. I think this winter is bringing out the catnap in all of us! That's cute and I'm sure the fans are all glad for it's re-release and updated look.

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  3. Oh how sweet , I must go check that out , I do love cats :-)

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  4. Thanks for sharing the link. I really liked this adorable quilt. I think I may download it and save it for a rainy day!

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  5. I remember that quilt; it is so adorable! I'm glad you were able to locate the designer! Have a happy weekend:)

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  6. I made this pattern when I was working at Hancocks 8 years ago. My daughter thought it was creepy. She's not a fan of cats. I used flannels and sashing of a tan muslin. Nice to know who the pattern came from. I like the cats in the window version.

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  7. Thanks for the great share Karen - these are the cutest little kitties :) I've done a few things from Pam's patterns - they're not easy but they always make up beautifully.

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  8. Such a pretty design. And your finished quilt is a winner. I love it!

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  9. I still love this pattern, and it is on my to-do list for this year!!!

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  10. That's a very cute pattern! I like when the quilt tells a story as well as keeps you warm!

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  11. Cute pattern. I will have to check it out. Nola

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  12. Hello Karen, I enjoyed seeing your finished quilt....beautiful quilting...Hugs, O'faigh

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  13. Those cats would be a lot of fun to use in a baby quilt -- thanks for sharing the link!

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