Updated October 6th, 2022
We get a lot of feedback from customers that they are interested in coordinating or matching cat beds. It makes sense, because if you have more than one cat bed in a room maybe you'd want them to look nice together.
Marcus Fabrics - Cross The Lines
Our newest set of coordinating cat beds uses a collection by Marcus Fabrics called Cross The Lines. This collection is in shades of brown, navy blue, orange, burgundy and green, and the fabrics have different textured looks, like upholstery fabrics, woven rugs or a crackled paint surface, but every one of these fabrics is a smooth 100% cotton quilting-type fabric.
We've made five different Cat Ball® cat beds, a jumbo size Cat Canoe®, and three standard size Cat Canoe® modern cat beds with these Marcus fabrics. Hopefully these photos help to show how the fabrics look together.
The Navy Lines Cat Ball® cat bed uses navy blue and navy/brown fabrics. This option has sold out.
Navy Brown Crackle
The fabric for the Multi-Stripe Cat Ball® cat bed looks textured, like a woven rug, but is actually a smooth cotton fabric.
This Cat Ball® cat bed is made in a fabric we called "Brown Sticks" and is another option from the Marcus Fabrics "Cross The Lines" fabric collection.
Jumbo Cat CanoeWe created one jumbo size Cat Canoe® with fabrics from this collection, shown here with Tink, who is a very small cat.
Tink digs deep in this jumbo size Cat Canoe®, looking for treats.
Standard Size Cat Canoe Beds
We made two Cat Canoe® beds with fabrics from this collection. The Navy Brown Crackle exactly matches a Cat Ball® and jumbo size Cat Canoe® made with fabrics that have a "crackle" look. The Blue Squares Cat Canoe® has a subtle print of blue squares on a field of brown. The lining is a dynamic floral print on a green background.
How We Make Our Cat Beds
Our cat beds are made here in the state of Washington. We source our fabrics and when we are all done shopping, we stack them up and cut everything at once. It's a lot of work getting the cut ready so we only make a few production runs a year. We are planning everything months in advance, for example I try to cut any Christmas fabrics in June or July of that year. The pandemic and the big freeze in Texas are just two of the recent events that have affected the supply chain for some of the raw materials we use to construct our cat beds.
Giving Tink a treat as she models the Cat Ball® cat bed during a photo shoot