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Thread: I have to be crazy...there's no other explanation....

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    Super Member desertrose's Avatar
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    I have only two going at the same time, what does that make me :?: :roll: :?: :-(

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    Too many WIPs to count!

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    We have octopus brains, so we are genetically pre-programmed to need to satisfy all the mental tentaacles by keeping them busy busy busy... eh?

    Formerly worked on a monthly magazine: at any time, we had one in the planning stage, one with articles being proof't, one going to the printer, and one being sold. Small staff; limited distribution for members of nonprofit group; we did it all.

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    You sound like a very normal quilter. :)

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    Me too: Lots of irons in the fire but I did set the Wedding Ring AWAY for now::: Can't even think about it anymore: Need to finish Halloween project and lots of Christmas quilts: You have lots of Crazies for Company: LOL

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    It sounds normal to me...

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    I agree with Lady Crafter, you might be crazy, but you have a lot of company. Once, when having lunch with my new bosses, one asked if I enjoyed golf. I told him I could never figure out why anyone would hit a ball and then chase it over the golf course. Turned out he was an avid golfer. So, I just told him that golf was not that much different than qulters taking big pieces of fabric, cutting them into smaller pieces and then putting them back together for a quilt. See - we're not crazy, just quilters.

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    Hmmm... This sounds perfectly normal to me! Oh no, does that mean I am crazy too?!?

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    Ahhhh, variety is the spice of life. I do it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshirecatquilter
    I've seen and experienced several people who retired and couldn't find anything to do to interest themselves. We'll never have that problem.
    Amen to that. I would have to live another lifetime to read all the books, sew all the projects and see all I want to see.

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    ha ha you are all nuts and I just love to listen to you and see your beautiful work. So don't get cured or anything!!

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    Looks like we are all in the same sewing room....ah...boat.
    I had to stop everything I was doing to make GD a quilted jacket that I saw on here. sop much fun. great tute

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    my hubby always asks me why I do this as well and my only answer is, "I don't get bored so fast" LOL
    You're fine just keep them going!

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    To me variety is the spice of life. I have a OBW that I am fmq
    just pinned some advent calendars and a Christmas wall hanging
    finished cutting pieces for some mug rug folded stars
    gathered up the fabric for my Habitat challenge quilt
    have 3 quilts upstairs that are pinned and waiting for the quilting to begin.
    Gosh and Christmas keeps getting closer and closer. Will we all finish in time?

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    The lady who got me into quilting, once told me, you know you're a quilter when you have more than one project going at thee same time. lol Barb

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    Not crazy. You ARE a QUILTER !!!!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Keep Going!

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    Sounds very typical - I always have several projects going at one time - and that includes knitting projects, as well as quilts.

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    Dear I hate to inform you it is not curable. You can say that you do not get bored. Have much more fun than most who do not sew. While I am finishing up one quilt I usually have several more running around in my head. What can we say? We have been so blessed- thats my story and I'm sticking to it.!!

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