* You need a bigger house.
* You bring your fabric home in a brown paper bag.
* You buy every gadget known to quilting, not because you need them but because you don't have it yet.
* You own more pairs of scissors than you could possibly count and keep padlocks on them.
* You know that jelly rolls and layer cakes are not just food items.
* You can tell who manufactured the fabric w/o looking at the top of the bolt.
* You have enough quilt kits to leave to your kids when you die for 3 generations.
* You know the weights of thread and how they unwind on the spool.
* You have more needles than your doctor's office.
* You dream in fabric and thread colors.
* You have an internal GPS for quilt store locations.
* Your kids can cook and clean for themselves.
* You have quilting applications on your Ipod.
* You have every quilting book that you can get your hands on.
* You keep your LQS from going bankrupt.
* The total cost of all your machines is more than your car.