Just a small sampling (Small being relative.):
A tourist kitty in Hawaii with a camera! (For Barb!)
An X-ray kitty - If you have made an alphabet quilt, you will know how hard it is to find "X" pictures... This print kind of creeps me out, but...
"I" is another hard letter to find, so this kitty is looking at her image.
Cat on TV - I have quite a few prints by this designer, Nancy Wolf. I tried to not have more that one in each block... Do you see the tiny kitties next to this print - I think varying scale is important...
This kitty looks just like my little girl cat, Rhapsody. The word next to this kitty is Tonkinese - her breed! Very clever...
This was not a cat print, rather a novelty print of coffee mugs, one of which has a cat on it. BTW the newspaper print next to the coffee mugs (we all crink coffee & read the paper, right?) is a new paper article about Terry Tonkinese... I read quite a bit of that "paper" to find the Tonkinese reference.
Again this was not a cat print, rather a bakery print. Luckily the bakery has a shop cat.
Knitty Kitty - this is as close to knitting as I will get. (remind me if I ever get to close... I have a TON of cat fabric to use before starting a yarn stash.)
One Halloween print, I am sharing it because of the calico cat!
This cat is litening to a walkman - will my kids even know what a walkman is? The print itself is too old for the kitty to be listening to an Ipod!
Kitty on a puppy - for all of you dog lovers!
The back of a cat - to add variety to the images!
This is one of my favorite prints, that is a cat all curled up into a ball sleeping... There are alos Temari balls on the print - so if you are not looking closely, you will miss the kitties!
Another of my most favored cat prints. The is "Cat Nap" by Alexander Henry. It came in 4 colorways & I am lucky enough to have one of each for my charm quilt. (I lucked out on my first charm quilt in that respect too - as I have NEVER seen the green for sale.) Unfortunately for me, these came onto the market right before I started to quilt. I got a little bit at my LQS, but I did not know "how to shop" so I did not get enough... I did get lucky though, Keepsake Quilting "found" a bolt in blue after the fabric had been out a while - I bought a lot when I saw it that time! Also I have seen this on Ebay for over $20 per yard! Jane, this is the "all Siamese" print...