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    [color=red]hi does any have or know where to get paper piecing magazines called foundation piecer and quilts with style ? i started paper piecing recently and LOVE IT>>>>>I'M HOOKED> thanks dotti

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    I picked up a bunch of back issues at a yard sale and love those magazines too. Paper piecing is so fun! :)

    If your local fabric store doesn't carry any, you could subscribe through the website or get back issues at a good price on Ebay. :)

    Here are my search results on Ebay:

    http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?from=R40&_trksid=m37&satitle=Quilts+with+Style&category0=

    http://search.ebay.com/Foundation-Piecer-Magazine_W0QQ_trksidZm37QQdfspZ32QQfromZR40QQssPag eNameZRC0021?_trksid=p1638.m120


    Here is a link to the web site...

    http://www.quiltswithstyle.com/


    Good luck!

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    wow what i find..at a yard sale !!! that's what i was hoping for to find them in a thrift store or a yard sale ( both of which i don't go to ). i have looked on ebay and purchased a few but i want them ALL. i have told all my friends who do go to sales to look for them. the magazines are no longer they stopped in 2007 so no chance of a subscription. thanks for your help enjoy paper piecing!!!!

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    You might also check the library. Our's has magazines for sale every now and then. People donate them and they are usually pretty cheap and the money goes to the library.

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    thanks i did that and i thought i hit it big there were quilting magazines (30 of them) but not the ones i wanted...but i bought them anyway. as a matter of fact i'm reading them as i type. thanks

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    I think the magazine "Quilts with Style" is no longer being published. However if You want to do foundation paper pcing, look for any of Carol Doaks books. She is an expert (IMO) on the subject and has many published books. Good Luck. Marge who is also a paper piecer.

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    thanks i have many of her books...they are wonderful!!!!!

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    Oh well now that just stinks! I didn't know it was no longer being published. :( I have maybe a dozen or so, and you won't believe the price...the Quilts with Style along with a Foundation Paper Piecer book and about 30 or more quilting magazines for... $3.00. I really think the universe wanted me to have those magazines! Lol*

    Well good luck! What a shame about the magazine!!! :)

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