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Thread: Quilter's World Magazine

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    Super Member bjnicholson's Avatar
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    I keep getting emails from Quilter's World magazine for a free copy. Do any of you think it's worth a look and/or getting a subscription? I'm fairly new at this and can use all the help I can get. As a side note, I had cataract surgery on my right eye last Tuesday so I won't be doing any sewing for at least another month. But, I can dream can't I?

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    read the fine print....free for one ,but with a monthly charges for the next so many magazines..like 1 yr paid subscription.

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    I know. Learned my lesson from Beading magazines. The price is not too bad. I just wonder if I would get my money's worth from them. There's so much on this board and online that I don't want to pay for something I already get (and appreciate!) for free.

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    one of my favorite things is to pick up the mail on my way home from work, get a cup of coffee and look through a good quilting magazine. I had a sub. for this one and like it fine. I got 3 diff. ones for one year, now I'm going back through them and will get some new ones probably next year.

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    Go to their website and you can look through the current copy. It has a couple of really nice patterns. You can also buy a digital sub. for less money and then just print out what you want.

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    Good Idea! My beading magazines have ezines also, but you have to have a subscription to the mag to access any of the freebee ideas.

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    I have the e-zine from Quilter's World. You get access to 24 months of issues with the subscription. I have downloaded mine to DVD and I browse through them whenever the mood strikes me.

    Love it!

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    It's less pattern heavy and more slanted to shows and featuring fiber artists - but I like it. I learned about a bunch of shows that I can actually GET to, and places to submit quilts for entry into shows. For me, QW is perfect.

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    I love getting QW in the mail. I take it to bed and read, then take it in the RV with several prev. issues and re-read. I do like that magazine - it's my favorite.

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    It's my favorite. I like the instructions and they rate the quilt as beginner, intermediate, advanced. The directions are easy to follow also.

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