First, check this out. A focus group in Montana reviewed the Pootie Pad and approved it heartily:
Ben-Bob jumps on table to see why Jack is excited. Ben-Bob’s report:Oooooh. Looks fun. Let’s share!!!!
No. No. No. Mine. Mine. Mine. Not gonna share.
Mine. Mine. All Mine. Don’t wanna share. Mine.
Marketing research conclusions: The P-pad is pootie approved!!
And this just in from the other side of the country, a video from Donna O of her pooties with their Pootie Pads — watch and be entertained! (I am sorry, I do not know how to embed this or I would! It is comedy gold.)
Here are the steps that go into making these:
1. Wash and iron the fabrics2. Measure and cut the fabric
3. Measure and cut the batting
4. Assemble the tops and iron them
5. Layer the tops and bottoms, right sides together
6. Pin to batting
7. Sew fabric to batting
8. Un-pin and turn the Pootie Pad so that the batting is in the middle
9. Mark quilting lines with chalk
10. Stuff the Pootie Pad with catnip
11. Pin the Pootie Pad for quilting and topstitching
12. Quilt and topstitch securely
13. Un-pin and buff away the chalk lines
14. Package for mailing
Each Pootie Pad is handmade with love and care in Oregon with American catnip — made in the USA! We, the makers, are also behind the Community Quilt Project. When you buy a Pootie Pad, you help support the Community Quilt work, as well.Facebook page — we hope you will come by and “like” us!
And you can also follow us on Twitter: @PootiePads