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    Super Member Flying_V_Goddess's Avatar
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    I turned 20 not too long ago.

    Really, there is no strategy guide for quilting. In a game, if you get stuck in a dungeon or a puzzle or you can't find a key to a certain door there's really not too many ways of getting past that part you're stuck on and the answers can be really definate. Like "You NEED to use THIS item to get to THAT part of the dungeon"...that sort of thing. Quilting on the other hand, you could ask "How do I fix this?" and get dozens of answers from magazines, books, other quilters, etc. Someone on here asked a question about prewashing fabric and there were 20 completely different answers about how to go about it (from the type of soap to use to what sort of colors can or can't be washed together).

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    HA HA HA Well, I guess you're right. We are committed to having options and sticking to our own traditions. Plus, there are so many variables to consider, it would be impossible to define one black & white set of rules. So, looking at it like that, you are correct. But, isn't it more fun to have options?? :lol: Yes, I know many times it only adds to the confusion :shock: but... :wink:

    You keep at it. Being both a gamer and quilter will develop and perfect many skills you'll find quite beneficial in both hobbies. So, will you email my girls & let them know their Mom really doesn't have 3 heads??? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Options are fun!

    Funny how you mention both of my hobbies benefitting each other. Well, at least games benefitting my quilting. Last week, I was at the 3rd or 4th dungeon on Zelda and I had to stop for a couple minutes because I looked at the tiling on the dungeon floor and went "Oh my God! That would be great for a quilt! I have to draw it!" And every dungeon since that one I've seen a tile layout or a border along the bottom of a wall that I thought would look wonderful on a quilt.

    To the kids: No, your Mom doesn't have three heads. And...stay in school and don't do drugs. :D

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