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Thread: Can't wait!

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    "Hello, my name is Judy and I have a fabricholic problem"
    (Who needs gambling or alchohol to be an addict)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boopers
    Hello Jan,
    Welcome to Fabriholics Anon. You will not be judged here.
    There is no known cure.
    my name is Lita and I am a fabriholic too:oops:
    please HELP (just Kidding) :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanTx
    I'm at work right now - and on a break so sneaking a peak here. I started a new project last night and can't wait to get home to it! Made three blocks last night and went and stared lovingly at them before I went to bed AND took a peak before I left for work. While going about my work I am thinking of the layout of those blocks.

    Hello, my name is Jan, and I have a problem!
    So, Jan, what is your problem? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Join the club, your in good company!

    Hi, my name is kim, and i have the same symptoms as the rest of you!

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    "So, Jan, what is your problem?"

    Too funny! I started quilting this summer so am really new at this. I've noticed other signs of my addiction, but today is the first day I find myself craving my blocks.

    I'm reading a book set in the 1800's and the main character is 87 and a quilter. Her block is in her apron pocket to pull out as needed - complete with thread and needle of course. She says her stitches are the size of grains of rice. It's interesting to read of the lack of materials - including batting - and the steps it took to get a quilt finished. I do not long for the "good old days"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilithcat
    Quote Originally Posted by JanTx
    I first noticed I had a problem when I hurried home to intercept the mail for a squishy before my husband could get home and find it. And I'm the thrifty one who usually fusses at him about spending!
    Aaahhh.. the squishy! Yeah, I get a lot of those too.
    Ditto!

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    To paraphrase an old song...."If lovin' fabric is wrong, I don't wanna be right." Hahaha

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    Why fight it? Embrace it!

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    What is one to do when you just can't help yourself.........

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    It's only a 'problem' if you perceive it that way(-;
    You're in good company, no matter what you call it!

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