Sunday, October 31, 2010

Ornies and Moki

This weekend I relaxed a bit and worked on some small projects along with a swap gift.
I wanted to try two of my designs in mini versions to see how they would look.
Not too bad, but not the way I would like them to look. Will have to try some more ideas, it is fun to experiment and I can always use more unbreakables for my mini trees and a lot, I give away. I still need to do up the design for the horse and lady, so hopefully I will get it done this week. I may redo it a bit from the original punch, to make it more hooking friendly too.
I did realize, when I saw the photos, that I forgot to take the blue pen off, ugh. I hope it still comes off since I heat set them.

Moki is still in the house and still trying to get out, but he calms down and goes back to sleep.
The girls are still harassing him, but not as much, so he has been exploring a bit more.
He really seems healthy, his fur is clean and shiny and I made a separate litter for him and he has no visible worms.
I am wondering if his owners waited too long to have him fixed and he got out. Otherwise, he seems to be too healthy and friendly to be a wild kitty.


Dorothy said...

He looks right at home.

antique quilter said...

smart kitty lying there on that beautiful rug
love those little ornies, you are just so creative

Robin Leuschen said...

Love the ornies...super cute designs...Kitty looks happy and well !!! :)

Rugs and Pugs said...

Debbie ~
It looks like Moki is settling in quite nicely. He sure found a comfy spot on your hooked rug.
Hugs :)

Lori said...

I think your ornies are so cute!!
Moki is looking pretty comfortable. Much better than under a tree in the cold.

primitivebettys said...

Great ornies! Moki looks very comfortable in the house. :)

Anonymous said...

I'd say Moki found himself a wonderful loving NEW owner. Love are so much like me with the kitties!!

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

Wow you did it! You got Moki safe and sound even though he does realize it! I bet he is meant for you to keep. Can not wait to see how he looks plumped up.

Love our ornaments....they are wonderful.

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

Just a few typos this morning.
Sorry about that.

Carole said...

Love your little ornaments! They are so cute! I use a plain old pencil for my hand embroidery designs or General's sketch an wash pencil. The lines are easily covered by the stitches! Cute kitty! Looks right at home to me! Thanks for sharing! Cheers!

Rock River Stitches said...

Your little ornies are just adorable!! Love them! Especially that little kitty one! Moki looks just like one of my cat's that we had to have put to sleep a couple of years ago. He looks very content.


Mirabilys said...

I love your ornaments! And your cute cat too!