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Thread: A vicious cycle!!! Do you ever make more room?

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    Super Member #1piecemaker's Avatar
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    Whew!Glad to know I'm not in this boat alone. Got cold last night and cuddled up in one. Sure was glad I had it. It felt so good!
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    did anyone read this thread...the one before this on the archive: Use that Stash! Fabric Moratorium i got a kick out of this after reading that!

    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    All of my storage space is full of fabric. As I use it, I replace that space with tops. As I finish them, I replace them with quilts. When I sell a quilt or give it as a gift, I buy more fabric. Does anyoneelse have this problem? Please tell me I'm not alone.

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    You are not alone.
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    Not a problem. At least you are using your stash.

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    Hi my name is Tammy and I'm a fabricholic it has been less than a week since my last purchase.

    Nope, I sure don't see anything wrong with what you have going on. As long as we aren't storing in the bathtub there is no problem.

    I will say I am thinking of joining the moratorium 2013 just so I can make room for new stuff but then that defeats the entire purpose of the project--lol :-)

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    My Name is Lori , like the post before me, it has been less than 8 hours since my last purchase. I started with a sewing room about 10x10... then came the rolls of batting, the fabric on bolts, etc... I expanded to consume most of my basement. Even put a bed there .. which is now the perfect quilt storage system.. I just lay one on top of another.
    I figure I will have to start digging a basement expansion is a few years . If I tell myself I will have to dig with a spoon that will deter me.

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    aside from decorating my tree today, I'm going to re-arrange my fabrics....yet again! I love to sort through my stash. It helps me plan my next project. You are SO not alone!

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    Oh yes! I have a big problem with space. Ever so often I reorganize, but then I start new projects which tears up all the organization. And of course I must buy new supplies to help with the projects!
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    No I do not see a problem. Atleast your fabric is making it into tops and quilts. some of mine just sits there for my visual enjoyment.
    Anna Quilts

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    Quote Originally Posted by MimiBug123 View Post
    I don't think you have a problem at all. It sounds perfectly normal to me. At least that's what happens at my house.
    My thoughts exactly.

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