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Thread: True Confessions

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    Super Member fabric_fancy's Avatar
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    batiks well over 800 yards in my stash

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunny148
    peices lots of small peices, i have walmart bags full i know i have 4 just at my cutting table alone, quilting sharps i have more on my wall than Hobby Lobby has.
    Me too, more cutting patterns, more pieces......!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S D G
    Quilt books. Some going back to the 60's. I don't want to get rid of them, they were my Aunt's. She gave up quilting a few years ago and they are Dear to me.
    That too (the older books),..... thinking of getting rid of some, but not sure yet.

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    Too many 30s and hunting for more of them too.
    It's like a personal obsession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose L
    Ideas. I have more ideas than I'm ever going to get to in my lifetime!
    Me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonnieLoree
    Hideous print corduroy. Two different prints. I should start using them as backings for wall-hangings or table runners. Hey, I think my mom gave that stuff to me. Would that be considered re-gifting?
    You could try stitching them into children's coveralls (find a cute pattern) and donate the finished pants to a homeless shelter or to a pre-school. Pre-schools need extra sets of pants for when little ones have accidents. If the fabric is truly hideous, the pants will find their way back to the school. And moms in a homeless/abuse shelter will gladly take anything to clothe their babies.

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    Free quilt patterns online. I must have printed a thousand patterns, templates and embroidery patterns that I got for free online. I'm OCD about it. If I can't get on the computer every day or two, looking for patterns, I start getting itchy.

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    Reds, I can't resist a beautiful red.

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    Patterns. I gutted my magazines and transferred them to binders. Good grief, how many 9-patch variations are there....

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    Magazines (mainly second hand), lots of florals (not buying any more this year) and a lot of corduroy/velvet cord.

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