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Saturday, August 25, 2018


Greetings to all!  It's me, Maggie.  My mom's been watching a lot of tutorials lately, trying to get back into the quilting groove.  It's been fairly successful, as we've been spending some time in the Studio doing sewing stuff.  I thought I'd try doing a short tutorial of my own.  I've found that the short ones are a bit more effective -- you know, easy to follow, keep your attention, that sort of thing.  So ...  that being said, here's my very own tute:

How To Get My Mom To Do Anything
A tutorial by Polargold's Margaret Thatcher
Do the Head Tilt.  See illustration below.

Illustration 1:  The Head Tilt

Use sparingly, as repeated tilts lose effectiveness.
Disclaimer:  Results may vary.  Not available in all 50 states, international inquiries welcome, use only as directed. Activities described in this blog may be potentially dangerous, if not used carefully. We are not responsible for what your biped might do when confronted with The Head Tilt.  If you choose to engage in this activity, it is by your own free will and at your own volition. Avoid any and all modifications.  Do not take unwise risks, consult a certified professional if you are not sure of something. Remember: Safety first. Never drink and drive! Never do more than you are comfortable with. Always wear safety belts and use all appropriate safety equipment.  Not recommended for puppies or kit-cats under the age of 6 months; you're already cute enough to tool your bipeds out of anything, The Head Tilt may send them over the edge.

Short and sweet - what do you think?

Let me know how it goes if you try it out on your own biped!

Yours sincerely,
Margaret Thatcher


  1. Professor Maggie OMCs Bravo what a great tutorial and we like it because it was short and sweet and to the point. You picked an excellent subject for your tutorial too. If I did that adorable head tilt while blinking love messages to mom I'm purtty sure she'd melt right into the carpet.
    I'll work on it and report back.
    Hugs madi your bfff

  2. Very nicely done! That head tilt is very effective indeed.

  3. You nailed it! Who doesn't love a good head tilt!
    Love and hugs
    Addie, Lucie and Hailey

  4. You are on the right track for a great series of tutorials. Misty is a pro at the head tilt. It seems to make Mom smile a lot. Guess we boys need to work on it too. We will study your tutorial with great attention and then see if Misty has any tips to add:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  5. �� Perfect Maggie, absolutely perfect!

  6. Perfect job, Maggie! Held tilts get us whatever we want!

  7. That is a great tutorial and your illustration is perfect. We use this technique on our pawrents sometimes too.

  8. Excellent Maggie! Mom says I have a masters degree in Head Tilting

  9. Oh yes, the head tilt ALWAYS works!!

  10. That is the best set of instructions ever! We are going to try it right now!

    Kiki and Nala