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Thread: 100 ways to hide your stash

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    Senior Member ncredbird's Avatar
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    100 ways to hide your stash

    My HS friend sent me this link. Thought is was funny but thank goodness I am not this bad. Mine are all out in the open in a very organized system.
    I apologize if this is a repeat. I han't seen it before.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKiiO...eature=related

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    Too funny! I got to hear/see Cathy Miller do this song in person at a guild meeting last year. She's a great musical storyteller, and a talented quilter!
    Wendy

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    I have a few of her cds. When my quilting buddies and I go fabric shopping we listen to them in the car. The songs never get boring. I never hide my stash though. If I had to I'd have a second ex DH. LOL
    Got fabric?

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    The only thing I hide my stash from is the sun and dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    The only thing I hide my stash from is the sun and dust.
    I like this

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    We've moved 3 times in 3 years. No point in hiding it now!

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    It's a very funny video, and the hyperbole in it was put there in order to be funny. So let's have a good laugh at our tendencies to buy (or want to buy) fabric we're not absolutely in need of at that very second, and leave it at that. If I ever had to be that deceptive with my DHU (Darling Hubby Unit), it wouldn't be much of a marriage! And I'd hate that. He laughs at the stash I have, when in fact, it's paltry compared to some I've heard about. I'm missing whole color groups. And when he innocently asks me "What's that fabric for?" when I come home with something new, I just tell him it's for a project on my bucket list. The project may not have even been conceived of yet, but I figure when it is, it'll go on my bucket list, so that's only a tiny​ white lie, right ladies?
    MacThayer

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