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Thread: I Know That I have an Illness

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    Senior Member pstoner's Avatar
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    Ok so in the shop (work at an sheet metal, HVAC co.) and one piece of ductwork had such a beautiful design on it I thought wouldn't that be a wonderful piece of material?

    I know many of us see clothes on people and would like to cut them into strips, pieces, triangles and squares....but sheet metal?

    Is there a cure?

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    Sorry -- don't think there is a cure cause I have the same illness. However, a trip to the LQS helps you feel better :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pstoner
    Ok so in the shop (work at an sheet metal, HVAC co.) and one piece of ductwork had such a beautiful design on it I thought wouldn't that be a wonderful piece of material?

    I know many of us see clothes on people and would like to cut them into strips, pieces, triangles and squares....but sheet metal?

    Is there a cure?
    OMG! I thought you were really sick! :lol:

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    Oh yes, I see patterns everywhere. I love the swirly design sheet metal gets. It would make a lovely blender fabric.

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    Aren't we glad there is no cure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyp
    Oh yes, I see patterns everywhere. I love the swirly design sheet metal gets. It would make a lovely blender fabric.
    yes, and I want to add copper, and stainless to it, I just get so involved at looking at the different designs I can't help myself.

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    No cure.
    I see them....
    I see quilts....
    They talk to me....
    There are quilts EVERYWHERE!!

    H E L P !

    Never mind. I don't want help.
    I love being able to see things in other things that aren't really there.
    It's amazing what inspires us.

    Enjoy your visions. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsye
    Quote Originally Posted by pstoner
    Ok so in the shop (work at an sheet metal, HVAC co.) and one piece of ductwork had such a beautiful design on it I thought wouldn't that be a wonderful piece of material?

    I know many of us see clothes on people and would like to cut them into strips, pieces, triangles and squares....but sheet metal?

    Is there a cure?
    OMG! I thought you were really sick! :lol:
    So sorry Maryse: But if I told my DH, he might want to take me to the padded room (wouldn't be bad, if I could have it full of my sewing stuff though).

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    you could pretend you're on a really big pincushion.

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    LOL, the padded room might be nice here somedays, too!

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