Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Five more signs that you are a fabricoholic ( and a warning)

Who knew there are some raging fabricoholics among my readers! Seriously, look at this - five more signs you are a fabricoholic, all by you, readers.

WARNING: the following list features tricks performed either by professionals or under the supervision of professionals. Accordingly, Frabjous Couture and associated authors must insist that no one attempt to recreate any activity mentioned below
ok, here we go:

  • You avoid looking at your fabric stash because it reminds you how much you spent on some of your fabrics (Sewing Galaxy)
  • You know you have a problem, but don't want to be cured (mblow)
  • You believe fabricoholism is also a therapy and not only a disease (Marie)
  • You have a collection of Mood bags (free for purchase of over $50) (Anonymous)


and by far the canniest (You're good, you know who!)

  • You pay in cash to avoid your purchases showing up on your bank statement (Ginger Makes)

More about fabricoholics:
10 signs that you are a fabricoholic

Keep 'em coming, readers! 

8 comments:

  1. Your stash closet is larger than your clothes closet. Or your coat closet. Or your linen cupboard, come to that.

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  2. Bahahaha!!! oh no! I've got the sickness! How bout when you have more fabric than actual clothing? lol

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  3. How about when you double up by accident because you didn't remember buying it the first time?

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  4. How about when your fabric stash reaches the size where not only does it no longer fit in your sewing room, but you've run out of places to stash it in the house and have to hire a storage unit for some of it? (Note to self: stop buying fabric. *sigh*)

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  5. How about when you double up by accident because you didn't remember buying it the first time?

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  6. Well, you've heard the saying, "She who dies with the most fabric wins." So, I'm just trying to win!

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