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Thread: Quilting Magazine

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    Of all the quilting magazines out there, I have read and purchased alot. I just received a Better Homes and Garden quilting magazine, the patterns are great and easy to read.
    Which ones do you like ???? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBAKER
    Of all the quilting magazines out there, I have read and purchased alot. I just received a Better Homes and Garden quilting magazine, the patterns are great and easy to read.
    Which ones do you like ???? :-)
    DITTO!! Plus, I am really partial to Fons & Porter, they really take the time to make easy to read and understand directions. :!: :!: :!:

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    I have to admit, I like them all! I used to spend so much money on magazines....now I only buy them used.

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    I'm with you. My favorite is Better Homes and Gardens, but I will read any of them from front to back and then over again and again.

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    Me too.
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltgran2
    I'm with you. My favorite is Better Homes and Gardens, but I will read any of them from front to back and then over again and again.

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    my all-time favorite (judging by the length of my subscription) is Quiltmaker. I have others but they tend to change with time

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    I read them all front to back...any magazine/book I get. It is a horrible curse I've had since I started read at age 5. My Dad use to say "ppl can just print @$%* on paper and she will read every word". Well, someone took the time to write and get it printed..it is my job to read it all!

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