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A Silent Watcher can change the feel of a room…

17 Apr
Some lovely stroke work on a turntable and Joan Patterns POM 94 "Silent Watcher"

Some lovely stroke work on a turntable and Joan Patterns POM 94
“Silent Watcher”

Anyone who has owned a cat knows that they sneak in and out of rooms with great finesse.  They also flip their tails in your face, sit on your computers, hunt if you let them( be it bugs, mice or bunnies).  They can have random energy spurts or just laze about.  More often than not,  they quite enjoy perching silently above the rest of us mere mortals.  They may choose a spot that is closer to the ground, all the while knowing they rule the house.  They are the Silent Watchers.

We have a Bichon Frise-Poodle mix, Roxie, who is full of energy, love and is anything but silent.  But then there is my immaculate, purring angel Sophie.  Yet, she forever sheds.  So how can you have your “Silent Watcher ” subtly perk up your room without attracting the dreaded stigma of “Cat Lady”?

Paint It!

There is more than one in this home! Not including Sophie :)

Just Click on the link below and you can see POM (Pattern of the Month) 94

http://joanpatterns.com/proddetail.php?prod=ep094

Welcome a “Silent Watcher” to your Home

 

All my best,

Kelly

 
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