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Thread: The Quilt Show

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    Suz
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    Is anyone a member? Is it worth the fee to join? I have hesitated to join since there is so much free stuff available, but after watching Episode 802 with Edyta Sitar, I am reconsidering. What are your thoughts?

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    I joined a few years ago. It was great. BUt you will want to be there all day watching all the episodes. Worth the money. Guess it would be an individual decision.

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    Senior Member DeneK's Avatar
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    I joined when it first started... lapsed my membership following year, but re-upped this year. I think the 2 videos of Ricky Tims tut on how to make his Rhapsody quilts was worth my year's membership.

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    oh deasr, need to ask how much is the membership? maybe this is a good idea for B-day pressie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leaha
    oh deasr, need to ask how much is the membership? maybe this is a good idea for B-day pressie?
    I've been a member since it started. The beginning was a little stiff, but even then the lessons and guest were very interesting. I'm less interested in a lot of the fluff, but I realize that a lot of their audience that loves it. And they've really tightened up a lot of the shows, so they're packed. And R&A are a lot more informal and relaxed.

    The Quilt Gallery is worth the price of admission.

    A 6-month membership is $24.95, a full year is $42 (or close enough). I think there is a promotion if you buy the full year, you get a free 6-month membership to give as a gift.

    So less than $4/month for a quilt shows, and lessons, and a lot of wonderful extras.

    Best deal around.

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    I am a member since 08 and absolutely love it and would let every other subscription lapse before this one.

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    I've watched two shows...seems to me that even at $42 a year, it's way more valuable than most quilt magazine subscriptions.

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    I love it and keep an ongoing subscription. I have enjoyed every show - with one exception - and learned something from every one! I discontinued every magazine subscription because I am convinced this is the best use of my money.

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