I had the quilting frame all set up in the living room; had the quilt smoothed out and tacked to the boards, except one last corner. When what should appear but a beast a barking and a cat a running and jumping right on top.
But see how innocent she looks; just look at those eyes saying " I would never chase poor Chicca onto your quilt!"
Of course here is miss innocent Chicca afterwards; " It is all Dodgers fault that I jumped onto the quilt (it looked like a safe place) now I am resting all tuckered out".
So here it is all tacked up safe and secure in the 120 degree garage where I can block the animals from causing it more destruction. Thankfully it only ripped one edge of the backing material (I had made sure to leave more than enough lead way in case I messed up)! I have spent the last two days tieing it with yarn; just finished a short while ago. Now it is ready to have the binding put on. Well that is after I do the two other large quilts and ? small quilts.
The rest of today is going to be spent indoors with the airconditioning and just some pleasure time sewing!