Sunday, August 13, 2017

Dogs on Quilts

The Pets on Quilts parade has been going on for several years at Lily Pad Quilting. It's always so entertaining to see the photos of sweet critters on quilts. They aren't always dogs and cats like you would expect--that's part of the fun! 
In past years, I didn't have a pet to put on a quilt.
I never really thought about posing Kylie (who we adopted last September) on a quilt in anticipation of the parade, but it turns out that I do have several photos of her on them. She was my sewing room helper and it seems she loved quilts as much as I do. 

Any time a quilt was available for snuggling, she would be on it.
 Here she is avoiding eye contact, as she knew better than to be on that bed--lol! 

It didn't matter if  the pile of quilts wasn't folded to dog size, she would be on them anyway. 

Oh oh! Caught you again, you little stinker! 

Of course, now that we have lost her to illness, she would have free reign to be on that bed anytime she wanted.  
 See the parade HERE

24 comments:

  1. Im sorry to hear about your sweet pup. I'm gold you have some cute photos of her on your quilts.

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  2. Oh what a sweetie and so many pretty pics of her / so sorry to hear that she's gone now.

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  3. Loved the photos. There is a sincere love in a dog. I miss my Penny all the time.

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  4. I'm so glad that you joined our party....what a loveable sweetheart....her face was so expressive!.....thank you for sharing her with us.
    Snoodles at Lilypadquilting

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  5. This is tender to look back at your sweet friend loving to rest on your quilts.
    Interesting how our perspective changes on what matters when we lose someone (or pet) we love.

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  6. I am pleased you do have some photos that work for this topic. It is lovely to see. They are special memories.

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  7. These photos are just great!
    I'm sure you miss this sweet girl

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  9. Oh what a sweetie and so many pretty pics of her / so sorry to hear that she's gone now.


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  10. What a lovely post! My heartfelt condolences on losing Kylie. You have such wonderful pictures of her on your beautiful quilts - they really brought a smile to my face.

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  11. Sorry about Kylie crossing the rainbow bridge.I am glad you have some wonderful pictures and memories of her.

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  12. Kyle looks like a good helper and good friend. I am sorry she is gone.

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  13. Oh Karen what adorable pictures!!! I'm dirty you had her for such a short time as she seemed like a real sweetie,

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  14. Photo number three is my favorite....giggle.

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  15. I can imagine Kylie saying, "We dogs must have our comfortable places to lie." She does look so sweet and comfortable. I think dogs are like infants in that they can sleep almost anyways in such unusual positions.

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  16. Ahh, she's so cute, and certainly loved sleeping on quilts!

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  17. The third picture down made me laugh....quilts are truly being enjoyed.

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  18. Really cute photos of your pup on quilts. Love the one on the pile of quilts and her head is hanging over. So sorry to hear of her loss.

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  19. Kylie was so sweet, wasn't she? That last photo is my favourite.

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  20. I'm so sorry she's gone. Thank you for sharing her with us, she looks like she was very special and loved quilts.

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  21. Sorry for your loss

    She was a wonderful quilt tester

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  22. I am so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful post. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. It sounds like she had a wonderful life with you!! Sorry to learn that she fell ill and has crossed the rainbow bridge.

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  24. Such a beautiful and natural quilt model! I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing her. Hugs!

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