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Thread: I have to be crazy...there's no other explanation....

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    Senior Member HomespunHandmaiden's Avatar
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    I am currently working on...all at the same time:

    Hand-quilting a twin-size nine-patch
    Piecing a full-size civil war quilt
    Piecing a lap-size diary quilt
    Slowly piecing a...not sure the size...scrappy crazy quilt
    Planning a grandmother's flower garden

    I have all of this going on at the same time!!! I have to be crazy insane...someone stop me! lol

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    Super Member suezquilts's Avatar
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    I agree crazy, but you are not alone!

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    Not crazy ... just in good company!

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    Ditto! Don't know how it happens, but it does!

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    Well Gracey..I do the exact same thing...I get bored with one project and start something else...you are NOT insane...you are just too creative for your own good *L* crafty_linda_b

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    Gee, I can't help any! I would just enable!
    I have a King size broken dishes quilt started on my design wall.
    I have a pinwheel lapquilt in progress.
    What did I do? I started an Autumn Lap quilt and would like to get it finished by the 15th!. In between this, I made up 2 quick baby quilts, 6 burp cloths, a couple of potato bags. Also bought all the material for a man quilt for my boss for Christmas! Starting next week on this!
    Yea, I am no help!

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    My mother-in-law used to keep 2 or 3 going all the time. that way she didn't get tired of any of them. Wish I had her here now to quilt with me.

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    Well, now I do not feel so bad :lol:

    I have a Christmas Throw in progress
    Trying to learn Applique while using my kids as the beneficiaries of the results (Design in progress)
    Table Topper waiting for me to finish the FMQ
    A butterfly quilt waiting for my first attempt of Applique to be finished
    At least 5 to 6 tops waiting to be FMQ (Nothing bigger than a lap quilt)
    A couple small bags cut out but not yet started to sew
    Finally, wanting to get some Mug Rugs done for Christmas

    Sounds like we work a lot a like in the Quilting world. At least I am enjoying every minute of the craziness that I have caused myself :-D

    Almost forgot the quilt that I have on a temporary design wall that is folded up at the moment. Need to bring that out to make sure I like the layout of the fabric.

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    I guess there are a lot of CRAZY ones on this board. Have fun!!

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    Super Member Jennifer22206's Avatar
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    nope, you're not crazy. I have at least 10 in various stages of work. :)

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