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    Quilting Confusion Syndrome.
    I know I do. What should I do first?
    Do I start a new project?
    Work on hidden UFO?
    Catch up on the forum?
    See who's in chat?
    See how many people have looked ay my posts? {Lots of us do this and I have the stats to prove it!!}
    Browse books for inspiration?
    Look at my print outs from the internet?
    Decided which new technique or block I want to attempt?
    Fondle fabric to see what will get me going?
    Field trip to JAs or LQS to see what's new or on sale?
    Dream about a quilt retreat, convention, shop hop?

    Maybe it's a good thing I work full time to sort out my brain.

    Anyone know of a treatment for this condition? I don't think there is a cure.

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    yes it is called a sewing machine LOL

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    hehehehehehe
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    thumbs up on the "cure" post

    the sewing machine .. :)
    I vote for that one .. hah!

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    thanks, yes i, too suffer from it. ;-)

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    Yep, I definatley suffer from this.LOL

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    I'm there too. :-D

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    I agree. :lol: :lol:


    debra

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    I too suffer from this at times! The sewing machine cure works every time!
    LOL!

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    Yes, I agree, the Sewing machine is the best cure. Go down, just start sewing pieces together, like for a crumb quilt. Random pieces, let mind wander and pretty soon it will get back on the path to Quilt Heaven.

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    I am so part of this club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by litacats
    yes it is called a sewing machine LOL
    sew true :)

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    Too funny! Where are you at in NM? I used to live in Abq/ KAFB/ Farmington/ and Alamogordo. I surely miss it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Julie in NM
    Quilting Confusion Syndrome.
    I know I do. What should I do first?
    Do I start a new project?
    Work on hidden UFO?
    Catch up on the forum?
    See who's in chat?
    See how many people have looked ay my posts? {Lots of us do this and I have the stats to prove it!!}
    Browse books for inspiration?
    Look at my print outs from the internet?
    Decided which new technique or block I want to attempt?
    Fondle fabric to see what will get me going?
    Field trip to JAs or LQS to see what's new or on sale?
    Dream about a quilt retreat, convention, shop hop?

    Maybe it's a good thing I work full time to sort out my brain.

    Anyone know of a treatment for this condition? I don't think there is a cure.

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    So that's what it's called!

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    HaHaHa. Yes I also suffer from it. I also suffer from SMC. Sewing machine confusion (which one will I use today) syndrome.

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    I thought it was quilting ADD.:) Glad to have a cure. The sewing machine!!! I guess I'd better go to it now!

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    I like the cure post. :)

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    There is no cure!! It is a mental state of "The Triple P's" (Perpetual Project Planning). I have had it, I think, all of my life!!

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    I thought QCS stood for Quilting Compulsion Syndrome....

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    My dear daughter says we have Quilting ADD - we go from this project to that project to planning yet another project, we do eventually get things done. :-D :-D

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    Now more than ever. I just reorganized my sewing room and touched EVERY UFO. heavy sigh

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    I don't know about QCS, but I suffer severly from CRS.

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    And all this time my doctor couldn't figure out what it was
    LOL :)

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    We should start a support group for all of us suffering from QCS... oh, wait... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I think we all have suffered with that. Sewing helps, just close your eyes & pick a project

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