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Thread: Happy Mothers Day

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    Senior Member Quilterfay's Avatar
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    Wonderful quilt shop. I will have to show my husband this as he always says I have to much fabric and why am I buying more. I just part of the basement as my quilting area.

    Happy Mother's day!

    You are lucky to have your mom to quilt with. My mom lives in another town about 70 miles away and is 80 years with severe artheris. We used to do lots of sewing together but have only made on quilt together.

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    Your place looks like Heaven on earth! You must be a serious quilter! love it.

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    Thank you. And Happy Mothers day to your mom. How lucky you two are to have such a marvelous place to create in. Do you sell your quilts? Fabric addiction is really easy to have (I certainly am addicted). You are a sweet daughter to post pictures of your mom's shop. Enjoy time spent with your mom.
    Kat

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    We have sold a few most of the ones i make i end up giving as gifts..... or I want to keep for myself. Just for clearification i am her son, she toughr me to sew years ago, and i am the one that usally went with her to different craft events and i always had to be involvrd in what she did, so it was just a natural impluse to want to quilt. The quilt that is my avatar is probably the 3rd or 4th quilt i did the first quilt i actually remember doing i was a senior in high school and i made a NC State quilt for my best friend that was 20 years ago and he stil has it today, and i have now made each of his sons (3 in all) quilts.

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    WOW!!! What a stash

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    My gosh you have more goodies than I do!lol hehehehehe

    I love buying fabric, the feel and texture and color is all so awesome I just can't refuse. So if I don't want to spend the money or get more "stuff" I don't go to town! :-D

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    wow - now that is some serious sewing ad beautiful quilts!

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    Senior Member nstitchs's Avatar
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    I think the fabric supply is maybe out of control lol but wow what a place to work, is this just you and your moms playroom or are there others that share it with you

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    Red face

    You can NEVER have too much fabric! I would love to have a shop like yours! Lots and lots of room to work. I'm absolutly evneous!

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    Wow! That's all I can say! Wow!

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