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Thread: Question about Quilting Magazines

  1. #26
    Super Member quiltingnonie's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    small town in Oregon
    Whenever I remove a pattern from a magazine, I make sure there are no instructions for another pattern on the reverse side. (and if so, I photocopy the instructions I need). The remainder of the magazine I give away to my quilt buddies at our retreats. There may be a pattern or two missing, but at least all the instructions are intact.
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  2. #27
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    Feb 2012
    South Carolina, just south of Charlotte
    I had a huge amount of magazines I was going to try to sell or donate. Asked my neighbor if she wanted to look through some of them. She told me she ripped out the pages she wanted -- I was horrified. I can't do anything with them now. Guess I didn't make it clear I expected them back. I just never would have thought to do that with a magazine someone let me borrow.

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