This time of year, the best thing in the whole world is a quilt. Have you snuggled into the warm folds of a quilt on a cold day? Well, I have and I'm not called Max The Quilt Cat for no reason. There is nothing better than a good quilt.
Here I am several years ago on the quilt that HH made for me. Don't ya just love the bright colors? Color is only one aspect to consider when choosing a quilt.
What to look for when test-driving a quilt.
Comfort... First, Look for the "comfortability" factor. That is the most important of all the criteria for choosing a quilt. Is the quilt stiff and unforgiving or is it smooth, thick, and lush? Can you just sink right into it? Well if you can, that's what you want to look for in a quilt.
Accessibility... Next, determine the accessibility factor. Is the quilt sitting on the sofa or bed so you can get at it in a heartbeat, or does your human bean keep it in a plastic bag in the closet? No matter how comfy a quilt is, take away points if it's in a plastic bag... those bags can be dangerous.
Privacy... Does your human bean shooo you away when you sit on the quilt? We need undisturbed naps. I chose obscure quilts over the prettiest one in HH's line of view every time. After all, undisturbed sleep is important.
Completion... Finally, is the quilt finished? I made the mistake of trying to curl up in a quilt that wasn't quite finished. Got stuck with pins... owwwwwww.... not a good thing.
Okay pals... with this list in mind, you are now ready to go forth and conquer the quilts of the world. Happy Hunting.