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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    I am suffering from quiltitus, I am a great starter but bad finisher, I suspect many quilters have this disease

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    Yep, add me to the list!

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    I have 12 tops and two longarm machines and still can't get them all done. and starting two more tops.

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    Thank goodness I've finally been given a second opinion Got a cure??

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    oh ... yes. that's among the most annoying of the quiltitus virus strains.

    you have quiltitus nofinishus

    then there are:
    quiltitus buytoomuchifus
    quiltitus neverstarticus
    - often brought on by quiltitus can'tmakeupmymindwhichprojecttopickifus ... leading invariably to quiltitus juststareatallthatfabricus

    none of those are as bad, however, as
    -quiltitus ranoutofthefabricbeforethequiltwasdoneicus
    -quiltitus can'tfindTHEoneremainingfabricIneedforthisprojecti fus

    the one that will nearly kill the average quilter?

    quiltitus imissedthehalfoffsalebyonedayicus!

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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    Probably the best cure is to stay off this site LOL

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    Hi my name is Lynda and I'm a quiltaholic, join the crowd

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    Gotta cure? Sure - buy more fabric so you don't get depression too!! LOL

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    I understand there is NO cure. This virus can be found in many quilts shops or sewing groups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim
    Probably the best cure is to stay off this site LOL
    i wouldn't do that if i were you.

    you will break out in the worst rash ... and in all the worst places! :shock: :lol:

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