Ok everyone who loves this magazine, Spring 2013 is out! It has big Easter Eggs on the cover,a pattern for a tablerunner. Found mine at a Meijer's I don't usually shop at near the check out..pretty good issue.
Starry...I think it is more like that "Paving the Way" quilt from Quilt Sampler we were talking about the other day. Paving the Way was pieced no fusing... Now I have to go to Meijers to see if they have this magazine...I do look forward to it...
May "In Michigan"
Posts: 9607 | Location: Michigan,up North,the west side of Perfect | Registered: Sep 14, 2004
I haven't had any luck finding this magazine in my area. Everyone is always so excited when the newest issue comes out. When I clicked on Kim-Strut526's link, it says you can subscribe. On StarrySky's link, it says you can subscribe to a digital version. I thought this was only on the newsstands. Any ideas? Susan
Posts: 687 | Location: West Central Ohio, USA | Registered: Dec 28, 2002
They do have a digital version for a few issues now. i usually find it at Meijers,Krogers has it,Wal Mart.any local quilt shop usualy does too.or book store. No subscription for the printed issues,this is a newstand magazine only I was told. So the quilt shops have something you have to get there. It spills over to the newsstand. There are subscritpion cards in it,but for American Patchwork and Quilting!! All Better Homes and Gardens, they get you! I ask when the stores have their magazines filled,then I know what days are the best bets! This issue,I liked that Bubble Up quilt,the one with all the circles top stitched ,page 60.a nice change for scrapbusting!
Keep looking! It usually takes me about a week to find it,depends when your stores get their delivery,or I should say,when that vendor comes to fil the new spots. Call around and ask,here it is Mom and Thurs. This time was pure luck.Different store. If all else fails,or you are ordering anyway,www.fatquartershop.com has it. They ship fast!
I got a copy today. My Joann had it. There was 20% off for senior citizens (when did I become one of those). I saw quite a few older people there. One was standing at the end of the checkout line waiting for her friends so they could check out and leave.