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    Over the summer I have probably spent 300 to 400 dollars on fabric .Now I ve found the most amazing quilt shop and I just have to go one more time.I said I was getting set for the winter but I think I;ve gone overboard.I have to stop feeding my habit,just one more time

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    Can you HAVE TOO much fabric???????? lol lol lol

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    When you find an amazing quilt shop, well, all bets are off!

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    I hate it when that happens! I have been trying hard to not buy any more fabric. I had to go to Joann's today to get some black pellon. Holy Cow! The parking lot was packed they were having a huge sale. I had to turn around a walk out without the pellon, I have no will power.

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    I have trouble stopping the buying too!!!
    There are just too many pretty fabrics out there that call my name!!

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    You can never have too much fabric !!! Although there might a fabric intervention in my near future.. NEVER!!! :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrammaNan
    I hate it when that happens! I have been trying hard to not buy any more fabric. I had to go to Joann's today to get some black pellon. Holy Cow! The parking lot was packed they were having a huge sale. I had to turn around a walk out without the pellon, I have no will power.
    Went to JoAnns today for Pellon for more totes, coupons in hand. The lines to cut were so long it was at least a 2 hour wait. There was only one person cutting and they had run out of numbers, so people were crowding.... I left without my Pellon

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    I think the Farmer's Almanac is predicting a long winter--you may need extra fabric to make it through. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!!

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    Sometimes I just go to look and not buy but that is darn difficult!

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    Thats what I heard JanRN. lol

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    I wish I could put a dent in the fabric I have but it is hard to use it all up when I just keep buying more. There is a store called Hammers here in Winchester having a sale on quilters cottons Memorial Day. I plan on being there. I have a addiction and it makes me happy. I my house if momma aint happy nobody is happy.

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    I found a really great quilt shop today too! Glad its far from me, or I would be there way to much!

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    Oh does that sound familiar. I went to my local small LQS and came out $60 later.

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    someone said quilting isnt a habit but a necessity. So there you need the fabric to make the quilts!

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    I know you can have too much fabric. Case in point. I have been selling for almost a month or so and still have a roomful. Half of it will go for sale, the other half, I am keeping and hopefully going to use. How much have I sold. Well, I have 246 names in my Quilting Board address book and those are addresses of people who have ordered from me and does not account for multiple orders. ROFL. I may have to rethink that I am just clearing my stash to being a bonified seller. ARGHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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