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Thread: Now I know the reason for being a Fabricholic!!!!!

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    Senior Member roseirish48's Avatar
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    absolutely no cure--it is terminal. nothing anyone can do about it short of locking us up when the moon is full,on the wan or rising.they can try but we shall go forth howling.

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    Thank you so much for this wonderful scientific explanation. Now I know why my car automatically turns in when I spot a fabric or quilt store. My oldest daughter has actually requested that I not will my fabric to her!
    Bebe McGee

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    These are so funny, but so true. My daughters and daughters-in-law have requested that I give it away before I pass away.
    Save the Earth!

    Itís the only planet with Chocolate.

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    I think it is called "Quilting Pox" no known cure
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    My name is emlee, and I'm a fabricholic...thank God, now I feel better!!!

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    LOL! you gals are so funny. I've enjoyed this fun reading.
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    I need to know if anyone feels the thrill of victory at a quilt finished and the agony of defeat at the sight of the mending pile? OR if this affliction is why I have fabric in my sideboard buffet and china cabinet in the dining room?

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    i have discovered i am incredibly sensitive to the pheromones and i am affected by them even on the computer! i need innoculations to help me cope with this sensitivity! i bought 5 book cases and oodles of plastic bins and i've filled them all and have more fabric and no place to put it!
    i am definitely allergic to mending and ironing. i take benadryl when i piece a top and have to press it after assembly. it is my cross to bear.
    The only bad days are the ones you don't get.

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    "I've had it for a while . . . "

    is always the truth - as soon as one leaves the check-out counter, it's ours and the " a while" starts!!!

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    So you know me too -did we meet somewhere . Oh, probably a fabric store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turner0106 View Post
    I wonder if my husband will believe this. LOL I hide my purchases. But since he does the check book he still knows. But he does the same thing when he goes to the wood store. Wood must have the same affect for men as fabric does for women. ;-)
    My husband and I both have this affliction. He drives me to the fabric stores and shoves me in the door. And tells me not to come out till I have shopped till I drop.
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    I'm so not saying a word...(word word word)heeeeeheeee To funny ,true ,and yet funny

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