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Thread: What magazine do you suggest?

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    community benefactor collettakay's Avatar
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    I would like to subscribe to my first quilting magazine and was wondering what everyone's top pick is. I know there have been topics discussing magazines before, but if you had to choose one (and only one), which would it be?

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    My Favorite is probably McCalls, But are you sure we can only pick one? :lol:

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    Yes, only one....

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    My favorite is "Quilts and more" because I like to do other little projects too. I am still a begginer so this is a great one for me.

    Tricia

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    I can't pick just one!
    I'm thinking of a way I can get rid of some of the ones I have...too expensive to throw away but really kinda useless to me...would like to pass them on...
    Right now I like that Quick Quilts from Fons and Porter...
    Big quilts, little quilts and projects that can get me sewing in a day...
    Kirsten

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    American Patchwork and Quilting is my pick. But, my sister loves Quilters Newsletter. Confused yet? In the past I have subscribed to Quilt, and Quiltmaker both, but keep going back to the 1st one.

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    Since I really am not looking for a ton of ads ,the latest patterns and colorways, I have found the best way to buy scads of magazine. --- E-bay. ---- :!: I just bought lots of 40 mags, some as cheap as .99 :D The postage brings the price up, but some as cheap as 4 for a dollar. :mrgreen: I just won 11 auctions. :D :D
    lol Buy some this way, and you can make up your mind what you like

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    That's a really good idea, Ruth!

    Kirsten, you can send them my way! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by KO24
    I can't pick just one!
    I'm thinking of a way I can get rid of some of the ones I have...too expensive to throw away but really kinda useless to me...would like to pass them on...
    Right now I like that Quick Quilts from Fons and Porter...
    Big quilts, little quilts and projects that can get me sewing in a day...
    Kirsten
    I just got 3 big boxes of all different Quilt books & mags Free from FREECYCLE.ORG Its a free group to join. Each comunity has one. Not sure about Canada. You'd have to check & see. You can give your unwanted mags to a new quilter in your area
    http://www.freecycle.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Camp
    Since I really am not looking for a ton of ads ,the latest patterns and colorways, I have found the best way to buy scads of magazine. --- E-bay. ---- :!: I just bought lots of 40 mags, some as cheap as .99 :D The postage brings the price up, but some as cheap as 4 for a dollar. :mrgreen: I just won 11 auctions. :D :D
    lol Buy some this way, and you can make up your mind what you like
    Ah Hah, so its you who is bidding against me.. no only joking Ruth I usually go for Ebay too but i do the "Buy it Now" I got some great ones the other day, the old ones are the best for patterns I find.

    Elle

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