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Thread: When quilting spills over into the rest of our lives....

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    Senior Member mamabird3's Avatar
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    I even make quilting patterns when playing Farmville on Facebook... lol
    How sick am I?
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    Super Member Lisanne's Avatar
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    That's cute! What is Farmville?

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    Farmville is a game you can play on facebook. Quite addicting, just like quilting

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    :lol:

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    A lot of my fb friends play farmville but this is definitely the best farm I've seen!

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    hee hee... I'll make a mental not to stay away from that game :)
    I have a hard enough time steering myself away from my design software... the possibilities are endless, really... certainly don't need another addiction right now

    But, it is a GREAT farm!!!

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    I love it!!:)And, I bet those cows will grow up so much fluffier!!:)

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    mamabird-I should have added that farmbook spills over too, I actually did an excel spreadsheet to see which crops get the most $ and XP, accounting work at it's finest :lol:

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    That looks good. My farm is nowhere near as nice.

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    I recognized Farmville from my granddaughter playing it. It could be made into a really neat quilt.

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