Quilter's Newsletter Magazine
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Quilter's Newsletter Magazine is still the most authoritative quilting magazine to get.
I used to subscribe to Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, but no more. There are too many in depth articles and the quilts are mostly advanced. It needs more intermediate quilts. Also needs more shorter tips and less long reading.
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine magazine covers all types of quilting: piecing, applique, Baltimore, historical, fabric art, landscape, crazy, photo, crafts, etc. It is good for someone who is looking for inspiration. It has fewer boring old-fashioned quilts than other magazines, so if copying Granny's quilts is all that you like, you won't like this magazine. If you are more creative and need new ideas, you'll love it.
I am disappointment in Quilter's Newsletter Magazine as compared to past. The magazine now has no imagination and incomplete patterns. Why should I buy this magazine if I cannot access all of patterns? The magazine covers look very nice and seem that the magazine will contain great patterns but may only be one decent one. It has incomplete or difficult to understand patterns and after buying and bringing home to read, I wish I had not purchased and will not purchase again.
I would like to see this magazine get back to its roots by highlighting innovative patterns and a wider variety of quilt makers. In the last few years most of the patterns have been so ho-hum. I used to look forward to getting the magazine because it would inspire me to reach beyond simple patterns. Now all I see are simple patterns by the same quilters that mostly look alike. Further, many of the quilts lack the wow factor when it comes to color. I bet the contracted quilters are under such pressure to crank something out by deadline that they don't put a lot of thought into their work. I want to see blue ribbon quilts made by other people. One of the other reviewers pegged it right.....BORING. Sorry QNM, I will not be renewing you this year.