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Thread: Do you have what it takes to be a young modern quilter?

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    I found this forum of sewers/crafters and they are all young adults. One of their post topics is Show Your Craft Tattoo . I think they all have one because there are ten pages of post. I was amazed at the amount of sewing tattoos these young ladies had. Oh, check out violentjanye's tattoo. My personal favorite.
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    link?

    added after I posted--sorry :oops:

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    Oh no I can't be a modern quilter. Hubby would kill me if I came home with a tattoo.

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    Umm, I think I'll stay a conservative modern young quilter...

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    Hubby has a couple, he probably would not care, but I am already so old that I have to make sure not to catch a stray nipple in my jeans zipper, so I will pass.

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    Thanks Pam I needed a good laugh.

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    I have a bracelet of 9 Italian Greyhounds on my right wrist. My other passion....

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    Some of them are so cool!

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    Ohhh those are so nifty. I'm very tempted to get a quilting related tat for my next one.

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    I guess I'm old=fashioned. I don't understand why anyone would want something so permanent as a tattoo. The way God made us is good enough for me.

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    Oh Pam, that was great!!LOL Daughter and I used to talk about having a little rose put there, but now that we are sagging, decided it was a good thing we didn't, it would sure be a wilted rose now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Hubby has a couple, he probably would not care, but I am already so old that I have to make sure not to catch a stray nipple in my jeans zipper, so I will pass.
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    Pam, that is so funny!

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    Some of those are cool. But I think I'll pass.

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    Remember when "tat" meant a form of lace?????!!!!! :D

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    When I had my ears pierced years ago I bout passed out! How the hell do people put those all over their faces and other places??????!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Wow, there is a lot of ink on those gals. It's hurting me just LOOKING at them (I don't do needles). I'm stick with being a conservative young quilter :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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    And also, there were a few where I had no idea what part of the body the tattoos were on... is that bad??

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    I am a member of that forum!
    I have a couple tattoos and have been looking for something sewing related but haven't decided what exactly I want yet. One of these days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
    And also, there were a few where I had no idea what part of the body the tattoos were on... is that bad??
    Things that make you go "hmmmm". Made me laugh. I have several that will never be seen, (except by my husband) and a bracelet, which is pretty clearly on my wrist. But I spent a few minutes twisting my head around and trying to figure out a couple too.

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    if i showed up with a tat, my hubband would have a fit, but i'd like to think i'm a young fun 55 anyway!!

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    my husband got me this way. (well, except for the wrist, which was a surprise to him a couple months ago.) I call him my geezer man, and he has no tats, and doesn't really get it, but he loves me anyway.


    I worked at an executive level for an insurance company for many years. (very conservative.) and now at 45, my skills will either serve me or not, but I am no longer a slave to the corporate image.

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    That's Hillarious!!!! You made my day!

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    NO!!! I am way too old to be a young modern quilter..If my wrinkles were seams, I'd be a crazy quilt!!! :cry:

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    I want one so bad for quilting, I think I was just talking to Pam about it. I am thinking a quilt square with "Stichin' N Bitchin"! That would sooo be me! Pam, hows that nipple doing?

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