I have A LOT of old quilting magazines, some that I want to keep, others that I don't. Of the ones I'd want to keep, there might only be one project in the magazine that I'd want to make.
What I'd really like to do is cut the one project out of the magazine and donate the magazine to my quilt guild to be sold at our quilt show coming up in a few months. (They're usually sold for .25 or .50) When you buy old copies of magazines, are they complete, or have they been cut up like I'm talking about? I definitely don't want to upset anyone; but I also don't have time to scan all these projects before the show in May.