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Thread: How Many Quilting Magazine Subscriptions?

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    Super Member carslo's Avatar
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    Just one American Patchwork and Quilting by Better Homes and Gardens I think. I also have a rule that I need to make at least one thing from each edition otherwise it will be a waste of money!
    A bed without a quilt is like the night sky without stars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonomine View Post
    None and never have. Everything I need to know I can get on the internet.
    AND on this forum. i know i couldn't keep up with even one quilt pattern per issue...even if i just got one magazine! i am a "fits and starts" kind of quilter, and i know it!

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    I have too many stacked under the bed. I only subscribe to Fons & porter now. After a couple of flipping thru the pages, i add the issues to my neglected pile. Online is my source or patterns and info.
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    Well I have MANY subscriptions in both formats of print & digital.

    All of my subscriptions I have had for MANY years and do NOT plan
    to renew them when they expire. The ONLY magazines I want to keep
    are Quilter's World, McCall's Quick Quilts, & the two NEW (much CHEAPER)
    magazines I found recently which are Quilt-It Today & Sew-It Today ($3.99
    per issue if purchased in a store).

    But I still have several years left on most of my subscriptions.

    Quilter's World - Print quiltersworld.com Oct-15
    Quilter's World - Digital quiltersworld.com Oct-15
    Quiltmaker - Print quiltmaker.com Jan-14
    SewNews - Print sewnews.com Mar-13
    McCall's QuickQuilts - Print mccallsquilting.com Mar-13
    McCall's QuickQuilts - Digital mccallsquilting.com Dec-13
    McCall's Quilting - Print mccallsquilting.com Jan-16
    McCall's Quilting - Digital mccallsquilting.com Jan-16
    F&P Love of Quilting - Print fonsandporter.com Jan-15
    F&P Love of Quilting - Digital fonsandporter.com Jan-15
    F&P Easy Quilts fonsandporter.com Apr-13
    American Quilter - Print americanquilter.com Feb-14
    American Quilter - Digital americanquilter.com Feb-14
    Quilt-It Today - Print
    quiltittoday.com
    Dec-13 NEW 12.98 per year subscription
    Sew-It Today - Print
    sewittoday.com
    Dec-13 NEW 12.98 per year subscription

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    I am letting mine go probably. Too much repetition after a while. I'll browse the store and pick up what catches my eye.

    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    ... I recently accepted a really cheap combined offer for McCalls Quilting and McCalls Quick Quilts but will let them expire if another cheap offer doesn't come along. ...
    Save the offer and give them a call when it is time to renew. I did that for This Old House. There was a code that I needed from the fist mailing and they honored it for renewal too. The person that I talked with didn't have access to the code needed.

    piney

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    As a side note, I am executrix of my Dad's estate and have been calling to cancel all of his various subscriptions, wood working, cooking, photography.....and the list goes on. Some keep you on hold for over 5 minutes before a live person answers. *sigh*

    piney

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    I have only been quilting about 2 years and in the beginning I probably got pretty much all of them. I have looked through and taken out what I want and then passed them on to others. I have books of projects I would like to do. I am now letter most of the magazines expire. I will keep a couple but some very seldom had anything I really liked. I will look at them at the newstand and buy it if it specifically has something I want.

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