Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Purple cow

Please comment responsibly. Cathy at Sane, Crazy, Crumby Quilting commented that she "had never seen a purple cow." And then this happened. And it gets worse. As you can see, purple cows are so inbred that the left ear is malformed and is barely attached to his head. Yes, it can be corrected with surgery and luckily my seam ripper is already warmed up.

17 comments:

  1. Fantastic purple cow! She has a very sweet face.

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  2. I love your animals and their colors and patterns. And your commentary usually can bring a smile to my face along with the critters. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. That Cathy - such an instigator! Or enabler. I forget which...

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  4. I love LOVE LOVE your animals. Do you have patterns for them?

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  5. Uh oh, the power of suggestion :) No one mentioned a purple donkey, did they? I love your fabric selections for your fun aminals :)

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  6. Love the purple cow and I can't wait ti see the piglets at MidAtlantic. I'm going on Friday. Are you going this year?

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  7. She's so cute I didn't even notice the ear defect.

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  8. That's the way to grab the bull by the horns and run with it!!!! Ok. Now I have seen a purple cow and a cute purple cow at that. And that's no bull !!!! (Hope you have no beef with this comment).

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  9. Type Milka Cow into Google, you will see plenty of purple cows

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  10. Omigosh - you continue to make me giggle with your amazing blocks!

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  11. Love him, especially that he's a longhorn!

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  12. You have a great imagination and skill with drawing out just how you want the finished block to look.
    I love the purple cow, you have her true to life with a large udder - looks like it's milking time!

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  13. What a great purple cow! Hope she survives her surgery. As my dad would end that old rhyme - I'd rather see than be one! (A purple cow, that is!)

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  14. Wow, a cow with an udder And horns And purple coloring! A rare sighting! A transgender cow!!! (And yes, I've made an udder fool of myself...)

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