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Thread: something for me

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    Super Member janetter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchrose
    this might not mean much to you but I got me a new cutting mat 24x36 and a new rotary cutter.yea yea now if i only could get into the mood to quilt. I have so many things started but nothing finshed.whats wrong with me?

    Here is an answer from a seperate post but fits the bill....

    oh ... yes. that's among the most annoying of the quiltitus virus strains.

    you have quiltitus nofinishus

    then there are:
    quiltitus buytoomuchifus
    quiltitus neverstarticus
    - often brought on by quiltitus can'tmakeupmymindwhichprojecttopickifus ... leading invariably to quiltitus juststareatallthatfabricus

    none of those are as bad, however, as
    -quiltitus ranoutofthefabricbeforethequiltwasdoneicus
    -quiltitus can'tfindTHEoneremainingfabricIneedforthisprojecti fus

    the one that will nearly kill the average quilter?

    quiltitus imissedthehalfoffsalebyonedayicus!



    french Rose

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    concentration on one thing at a time.

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    Just make a pot of coffee (or tea) and go break in that new cutter and mat!!!! You'll feel better.

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    show me a quilter/sewer who doesn't have more than 1 thing going on at a time.

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    I too have got a few UFOs but so far am getting through them . I finish one UFO then do a new project, finish that then another UFO and so on . At the moment ti is working , for how long that is the question. Time will tell.

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    I swear it's just the mid winter blahs. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Honey, you aren't alone. I have the slows right now and I get mad at myself! :)
    I wonder if it's "let down" from the holidays. We seem to put so much pressure on ourselves that our bodies & minds tell us it's time to slow down a bit after such a hectic time.

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    I knocked my self out getting every thing done for Christmas. I can't get back to sewing just yet. But I am crocheting a lot now. My sewing will come back some day but for now Im content.

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    Maybe u just need to take a couple of weeks off and NOT feel bad about it. Watch some bad TV, read a Romance Novel or two, eat sweets, maybe take a nap. If we were bears we would be sleeping right now. Maybe they have the right idea, just sleep thru the winter blues...lol

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    I have a doggy quilt half made and been crocheting on an afghan for over a yr. Spend too much time on this board besides not being motivated!!!

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