Here it is so far:
You know you’re a quiller if....
....you find bits of paper in your bed (submitted by Sam)
...you find bits of paper stuck to your clothing or on the floor
...you won the lottery and all you would buy would be quilling supplies (submitted by Charli)
...you have to sweep under your table several times a day and not because of food crumbs
...your bagless vacuum cleaner’s dirt container looks like it has multi-colored confetti in it from cleaning up the quilling scraps.
...you save your scraps that have dropped on the floor for future quilling projects
...if you mess up on a project and haven't mounted it yet, you straighten the quilling paper from the no-go project out again to reuse in the future.
...you had to buy an extra storage cabinet just for quilling supplies
...you take pictures of appliques on your baby's clothing so you can convert them into quilling patterns (yes, sad, but true - I've done it - and recently, too)
...you have an addiction to everything paper crafting
...you look at other paper crafts and think, “How can I incorporate quilling into that?”
...you buy rubber stampings JUST to highlight your quilled embellishments on cards.
... your dog is looking for food under the table and comes up with "paper" scraps (submitted by Jody)
....you keep quilling day [Monday in Stroudsburg] open from 11 till 3 with
NOTHING else scheduled - lunch dates, doctor appointments, nada, nyet, nix -
except for an emergency!! (submitted by Ev Crane)
...you can’t help but look at the world without thinking, “I wonder if I could make a quilling pattern out of that.”
...you are so concentrated on your quilling project that you don’t notice that a tornado has gone through your house (in my case, a tornado disguised as a three year old child)
...you dream about quilling and quilled designs
...you can quill in your sleep (submitted by Charli)
...you have a quilling project “to do” list that’s at least two pages long – typed
...you sacrifice sleep to stay up into the wee hours of the morning to quill
...your online quilling community is almost as close to your heart as your own family
...your little son quills a cute flower for his teacher (submitted by Ariana)...you have an addition built onto your home to house all your supplies (submitted by Molly)
...when you view real live objects, but only see patterns created by shaped coils (submitted by Charli)
....all you want to do is talk about quilling and have an urge to convert everyone to become quillers (submitted by Charli)