18th Century, Felicity

Felicity lends a paw

Felicity was a big help with the waistcoat I just finished.  I couldn’t possibly have done it without her!

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comYour buttons are way too straight and boring.  I can fix that for you.

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comNicely out of line now, but oh dear, one has gone missing!  Don’t worry, I’ll find it.

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comI will go to any length and depth necessary!  I will not rest until it is found!

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comOh, there it is!  How on earth did it get there?

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comYou want it back on the waistcoat with the others?  Demanding!  

Felicity the cat and an 18th century waistcoat, thedreamstress.comThere you go, right back where it started.  Happy now?

 

10 Comments

  1. I love you little cat-photo-stories! Everytime my furry roommate tries to assist me I am getting very nervous and rsuh to get her cat-snacks to make her walk away from my project instead of rushing to get the camera. Maybe I should give it a try next time 🙂
    And I love the fur pattern of you cat. Mine is tricolored too, but predominatly black.

    • Claire says

      I also use the treat diversion method but I seem to spend more time dispensing treats than I do sewing :-/

    • You realise you’re training your kitty to mess with your stuff – or perhaps she’s training you to fetch snacks.

  2. Sigh. The only thing my (rather less photogenic) cats seem to contribute to my sewing is disproportionately huge amounts of cat hair.

  3. Last post I followed back to 2009 when MrD’s suit was started, and Felicity was still a kitten, and it is really clear how much she has grown! I love how playful she is now, and less determined to shred silk chiffon. She is adorable. But don’t tell her I said that 😉

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