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What kind of quilter are you?

Posted by grammyp (My Page) on
Thu, May 23, 13 at 18:44

Quiltbug's Qypsy Quilter can tell you.

I am "calm, comforting but talkative". Who, me talkative?
DH who doesn't quilt, but certinly aids my addiction is "calm, comforting and cookie baker". What's with that?

beverly

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This post was edited by grammyp on Thu, May 23, 13 at 19:01


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

I am calm, stash-builder and gossipy...


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Well, I'm either "calm, comforting, and gossipy" (professional name), or "calm, original, and gossipy" (married name).

What's up with the "gossipy" crap? LOL


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Ok, I'll take the bait....
Loveable, thread covered proud.....

Well my dogs and dh think I'm loveable, but I'm not too sure about the second part... :-)
V.


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Ah-Ha! I think gossipy is to do with the name Mary.


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

I like it.....lol.....
Lovable, precise and testy......
Sounds just like me..... ask anybody and doesn't know me TOO well...


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Here's a good one. I'm a "fluffy, comforting frog-lover." I've actually been told I was "fluffy" before. It's so much better than being chubby, plump or overweight.


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

fluffy, thread-covered frog-lover...
I'll admit to the fluffy and thread-covered but not too fond of frogs. LOL
Linda OH


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Perhaps the frog-lover refers more to rip-it and less to ponds.

beverly


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

"lovable, old-fashioned stash-using"...
Oh certainly lovable, but not so much old fashioned. ;~)) And I'm more of a stash-horder than a stash-user I'm afraid!


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

I'm a loveable, coffee loving chocoholic............I'll take it and run with it. LOL


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Perky, sashing, thin. Not even close.


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Hmmm...fluffy, precise, but loud. LOL Maiden name is fluffy, sweet but loud.

I'm guessing most people who know me would question the loud part. :)

Donna


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perky, original coffeholic

OH SO WRONG!!! Tried maiden name, nickname, etc. but there is NO WAY I am a coffeholic. Can't stand the stuff.
Perky - maybe!

Sue


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

lovable, sashing coffeholic

If I didn't use my middle name, I'd be perky instead of lovable....no way is perky in my make-up lately! Coffee always! And, yes, there's been a lot of sashing in my quilting life. lol

Lois, There is no way you are chubby, plump or overweight!

SharonG/FL


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Depending on which name I used: calm, Northern, and gossipy; or calm, precise, and gossipy.

Huh. Calm I am occasionally, precise I am more than not, but gossip I don't.

No mention of chocolate or coffee.

Whatever could "Northern" mean?


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

I am calm when I am hand-piecing. :-)

Best to you,
Sandra


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

Fluffy, sweet frog-lover

I'm not so sure about the fluffy part??? Like frogs, both the real ones and especially some colorful fabric ones on a pet screen bag I made years ago.

Sweet...well I eat plenty of them!
LindaB/CA


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RE: What kind of quilter are you?

loveable, sweet and thin.... awwwwww (yah, right!) or my 'real' name makes me a calm old-fashioned committee member..... (yawn)

Faye


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squirmy, sweet and testy

If 'squirmy' means "can't sit still or idle" then I'll say that's right. DH would probably agree with the 'testy' part, too!


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