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    Super Member quiltingfan's Avatar
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    If you could only read only one quilting magazine which would it be?

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    oh my, that is a hard one

    I guess I like Quick Quilts as small projects

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    Quilter's Newsletter - it's the only one I've subscribed to, and have not been disappointed in any edition in more than 15 years :)

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    McCalls Quick Quilts

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    Gosh, I love so many. There used to be one called Traditional QUilting, that was my favorite, but they dontmake it anymore. I always loveQuilters Newsletter, too, and Quilters Home is good.....guess I couldnt pick one!

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    That's like trying to pick my favorite quilt pattern or quilt book! Nearly impossible! It seems that Quilters Newsletter has a lot of good articles (but most of the quilts are too "artsy" for my taste.) I like Fons and Porter a lot too. But I agree, I used to LOVE Traditional Quilting and Quiltworks and MIniture quilts, but they all don't exist anymore. :(

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    I don't subscribe to any right now. I found myself receiving magazines loaded with patterns and making none of them. I like to read some of the articles. The only one I read cover to cover was Quilter's Home and is not worth it anymore. I read that Mark Lipinski is coming out with another magazine soon.

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    OMG. I have so many. I subscribe to Quilter's home, Fons and Porter, Mccalls, Quiltmaker, and a few others. I love to read Quilter's HOme when Mark Lipinski did the editing. Now he moved on to Fabric Trends. The Quilter's home is still trying to keep his style alive. I love to read more about what is going on and not just get patterns. Of course I read all of my magazines covre to cover and some several times over. Love my quilting magazines.

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    BTW Maride, go to Mark's site and his blog. He is actually doing around 4 new magazines so it will be interesting to see what he changes. I sdtill keep up with him on his Marklipinski.com. Love the man. He is looking for a kidney donar right now. He found out two months ago he has to have a transplant immediately. SO sad. Youc an see all this on his blog.
    I am a pickle posse member too. Talk about hooked on Mark. Do what you feel, cupcakes. LOL

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    Debbie, I miss him too, keep forgeting to check his blog...I thought he was coming back to Quilters Home, but didnt see anything in the new issue...Cupcake!
    Miss seeing his dogs, lol!

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