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1. Knitters
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2. Vogue Knitting International
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3. Wizard
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4. Crochet!
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5. Toyfare
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6. Step By Step Beads
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7. Crafts N Things
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8. Pottery Making Illustrated
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9. Spin Off
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10. Just Crossstitch
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11. Cross Stitcher
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12. Vogue Patterns Magazine
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14. Airbrush Action
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15. Antiques & Collecting Magazine
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16. Stained Glass
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17. Jewelry Crafts
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20. Antique Toy World

1. Knitters

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Asin: B00006KL9R
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Xrx Inc
Sales Rank: 689
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Always has something
I've been knitting most of my life and have subscribed to this magazine for over 4 years. Each issue has a theme--cable patterns, stripes, unisex sweaters, colors, knitting for children, etc. I find that even if the theme doesn't interest me, the magazine is always worth perusing. Each issue includes a "how to" section that will satisfy even the most experienced knitters. Articles have covered knitting in darts, reversible cables, and several aspects of designing. Recently the magazine was improved by listing yarn weights as well as the original yarns used in the patterns, which makes substitutions much easier. Most of the patterns are sweaters in classic styles with a few modern designs thrown in. While not in every issue, there have been many children's sweaters included. Issues often include other items, such as hats, scarves, shawls, Christmas ornaments & decorations, purses, socks, gloves and mittens. The magazine has also featured several "great American afghans," providing a few block designs in each magazine. This is no granny-square afghan pattern. All patterns I have tried have been easy to follow, providing both written instructions and graphs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Knitting Know-How at its best
While sometimes the designs in this knitting magazine are a bit wacky, the knitting know-how and articles on the craft are great. Even better, the photos, which are absolutely incredible. The new editor, Rick Mondragon, has come into his own and produced some really fine issues with many exciting projects small and large to knit. And Knitters sponsors the annual Stitches East, West, and (maybe still) Midwest conventions, where you can meet the designers, take classes and buy yarn at the Market. It's almost a cult. ... Read more


2. Vogue Knitting International

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Asin: B00070Q2VE
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Publisher: Soho Publishers
Sales Rank: 320
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Depends on what you are looking for in a knitting mag
I have been a long time subscriber to Vogue Knitting, it was one of the few US knitting magazines that had really fashionable knitting patterns. I am from Germany, where there are lots of knitting magazines with really chic patterns, I missed that when I moved to the US. However, I find that the content in Vogue Knitting really fluctuated - sometimes it was packed with great designs, sometimes, it was just too far out and there wasn't a single pattern I wanted to knit. I stopped my subscription for a while. Then the editor changed and now the magazine is somewhere in the middle - not too funky, yet still chic and fun. I still enjoy reading it every once in a while.

After having my daughter, I changed my subscription to Family Circle Easy Knitting, since Vogue Knitting does not carry any patterns for babies or kids, which I really find a shame. I even wrote a letter to the editor saying that this was a major omission. Especially because it is very hard to find chic and elegant kids knits in magazines - not those acrylic yarn patterns with bears on them! The German magazines do a great job of having some unique, but still fun kids designs.

If you want a very trendy knitting magazine that uses a whole range of yarns (some very expensive), then Vogue Knitting is the magazine for you. If you are looking for elegant knits that are more functional, but still challenging, I would suggest Interweave Knits and Rebecca (English version of a German magazine), both carry some really interesting and challenging patterns. If you have kids, there isn't much out there, I would suggest Family Circle Easy Knitting, also Rebecca does a kids issue once a year, which should not be missed!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best knitting mag out there
Being a fashion geek who loves to knit, for me, this magazine rises above all the rest. Like the previous reviewer, I wish they come out monthly rather than quarterly. It's a long 3 months til your next issue. Maybe Vogue wants to give you time to finish your knitting projects before giving you new ones.:)Nevertheless, it remains the most fashionable knitting mag around.

1-0 out of 5 stars 5 stars for Vogue Knitting, the magazine...
plus about negative 6 for Magazine Express!Ordered through Amazon in May, and I have been calling M.E. with increasing frequency since early Sept.Every two weeks, now, I'm promised again that they've cleared things up with the publisher and my first issues are on their way.Email has gone unanswered by M.E.To date, neither magazine nor refund.

4-0 out of 5 stars For fashionistas with needles, this is great
I am not a fashionista (too tall, too heavy, not 20 years old.) But if I WERE once again a skinny college kid, I would be making many of the models from this highly fashionable knitting magazine.

Vogue Knitting follows the trends from European runways so right now, thick knits are still in, and more daring items like dresses and halters. If you are a YUK (Young Urban Knitter) this is probably going to get you grabbing those needles.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best out there
Tons of interesting technique articles, and clearly written directions (with occasional typos).Naturally, the patterns specify super-expensive yarns, but enough guidance is given to make substitutions easy. There is a nice mix of classic and trendy patterns.This magazine would be perfect if it had more men's sweaters and kid's sweaters. ... Read more


3. Wizard

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Asin: B00006L2BB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wizard Entertainment
Sales Rank: 248
Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Top-notch
Wizard magazine was the first of its kind. Comic Scene,etc, couldn't hold a candle to Wizard's bizarre, irreverent humor. "I like pie!" has made it into the comic fandom lexicon of obnoxious phrases spouted at inappropiate moments. I've been reading since nearly the beginning (Issue 3) and have rarely missed issues. Wizard helped usher in the "Image" era and now is on the cutting edge of comic movies, and televison shows based on comics. Smallville,anyone? You'll get inside information right here.Spider-man 2? Read a interview with Alfred Molina. Nothing like it, and all imitators failed.

1-0 out of 5 stars bias magazine
I used to subscribe to Wizard, but this magazine very bias to independent comics and small press comics. It cover only big company publishers like Marvel & DC. I guess that's where all their money from, ads place by the big company. Only recently they cover indy comic (only 1 to 2 pages). I wouldn't recommend getting this magazine at all, if you want to get the news on comic. Goto Newsarama.com or search for web site that have more info on comics then Wizard. All Wizard is just a nice looking magazine with recycle news that already been online for weeks only to put on papers month later.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wizard is awesome!
I've been subscribed to Wizard for about five years and they never lt me down. Whether it be comic movie reviews, behind the scenes pictures, comic reviews or midget jokes, wizard has it all. I highly recommend Wizard.

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant.
I really like the size of this mag. It's easier to have a lot of pages. Of course, I'm not keen on the price guide in it for comic books, but everything else is great. Pretty humorous and colorful pages. Pretty cool when they have small previews of upcoming comic books.

5-0 out of 5 stars The greatest
This is the greatest comic book magazine ever!

The guide's prices are very close to most stores prices!

The articles have good info and are very funny when they should be! ... Read more


4. Crochet!

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Asin: B00006KAON
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Needlecraft Shop
Sales Rank: 1019
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Updated Crochet
I currently own at least one issue of about 8 different crochet magazines and Crochet! is my favorite of all of them and the ONLY one that I subscribe to. The designs are always current and unlike some magazines are not re-publications of designs that were originally published elswhere. Ladies wearables, accessories, and afghans are the staple of this magazine though you will occassionally also find wearabes for other family members as well as a variety of other interesting patterns such as crochet for the kitchen and bathroom, crochet for spicing up the holdiays, etc. What's more is that they always try to include patterns from some of the "newer" (or newly revived) techniques such as thread painting, crochet'n weave etc. The instructions are quite thorough, often with diagrams and yes...you will find some patterns in here that will cater to the plus sizes. Another interesting feature of this magazine is that they spotlight on what's new in the crochet world so you always feel like you're on the cutting edge of what's current in crochet.

Unfortunately, there is no pic up for the visual types such as myself but you don't have to take my word for it. Just follow this link to visit the magazine's official site and for a sneak peek inside the latest issue:

http://www.crochetmagazine.com/

Enjoy! ... Read more


5. Toyfare

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Asin: B00006KZVP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wizard Entertainment
Sales Rank: 528
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Truly Hilarious Look At Toys Like You've Never Before Seen
"Toyfare" is a truly amazing read, and delivers every month. It surely isn't on the level of top-selling magazines such as "People" or "Entertainment Weekly," but it's writing is like none other I've read. Chock full of cheesy pop culture references to Marvel and DC Comics, He-Man, and everything else, "Toyfare" has some seriously funny comedy. If you're not familiar with Marvel and DC lore, you may not get as much of a laugh, but it's truly ingenius, and an underappreciated piece of writing. "Magoo Theatre," (now "Toyfare) is comedy at its best, featuring a skeptical Spider-Man, Homer Simpson-like Hulk, and alcoholic Iron Man. These monthly pieces are gems on their own, only boosted by the comedy bits in the wildly descriptive listings for action figures.

Be forewarned: "Toyfare"'s humor isn't for every one. Its humor can be hard to understand for people not familiar with comic book lore. But it's well worth a look, even just for the "Toyfare Theatre." You'll be surprised for the better.

4-0 out of 5 stars No fare like ToyFare
I tell ya, there ain't nothin' that pushes my geeky side to the forefront like flippin' through the latest ish of ToyFare. Along with Mad magazine and the Wizard comic book price guide, ToyFare was a major factor in helping me maintain my sanity during those long customer-free stretches at the comics-and-collectibles shop I used to work at. Not only did I stay up-to-date on all the latest toy news thanks to the mag's scads of previews, reviews, the Top 10 hot list, and the quick-reference price guide in the back, I also got quite a few good laughs from the sophomoric and sick humor that seemed to ooze from every page. From single-panel "Big Shots" featuring various action figures saying and/or doing very wrong things to each other, to snide remarks about how the readers should "try to get outta your parents' basement every once in a while" in one of the Toy Preview columns, to the appropriately-titled "Twisted ToyFare Theater"*, it's quite apparent the guys who put this publication together every month really enjoy their work, and have a real passion for the hobby they write about. Which is something I've found lacking in other toy collector periodicals I've perused over the years. Another thing I've found lacking in other toy mags is a willingness to throw a few yuks at themselves and the readership, something ToyFare almost OVERdoes in each issue. Admittedly, there are times when the mag's attempts at humor fall flat, or are just plain lame. But for every clinker that hits the ground with a resounding "thud", there's always a few riotously hilarious moments that more than make up for it.

But before ya dive in for the yuks, lemme give ya fair warnin'. You'll require reasonable running knowledge of just about every popular TV show, movie, comic book, and every pop culture trend that comes down the pike to fully appreciate the many references couched within the endless instances of sick & sophomoric humor. It's kinda like Mystery Science Theater-- some of the references you'll get, while others will go right over your head...

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*Go to http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0967248922/ref=pd_ecc_rvi_1/002-9293896-5850464 for more details on Twisted ToyFare Theater.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good even if your not into the toys
I found this mag and thought it would be something my boyfriend would like. Now I steal it from him! Toyfare covers old and new toys, news, and a Toyfare Theater that is hillarious. Try it, you'll like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars goofy fun for your cuddly inner dork
Let's face it -- you may never admit it to anyone, but I'm willing to bet that you've got some toys hidden in your closet that you just can't bear to part with. An action figure or two tucked away, perhaps? Or maybe you're not closeted about it at all, and, in true dork fashion, you've devoted some serious bookshelf space to your collection of toys, widgets, and props. Maybe you've gone a little buckwild on eBay from time to time. No matter. If you dig toys and collectables, the folks at TOY FARE are doing everything they can to make you happy. I'll be honest -- I'm not exactly a big toy fan, but I read this book regularly and laugh heartily. The boys on staff have a good sense of humor and their fingers deep in the cookie jar of the toy industry -- if there's some neato knicky-knack you NEED, they'll let you know. Plenty of good fun for your fun side.

5-0 out of 5 stars good magazine
It's a magazine about toys, yet it's not for young children. An occasional curse word shows these adults are just kids at heart. The really know what they are talking about. Very comprehensive price guides and an upcoming/preview area. My favorite is the hilarious "Big Shots" and "Twisted Toyfare Theater" with it's imagined conversations between toys. A great magazine for the older bunch who still love toys. ... Read more


6. Step By Step Beads

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Asin: B0001BVGPQ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia
Sales Rank: 693
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Okay - if you're a beginner
I'm a fairly advanced beader, and was hoping for some new ideas when this magazine appeared. The projects are pretty, but if you have more than a year or so of beading experience, this one isn't for you. The magazine uses shortcuts rather than teaching the more standard techniques, and teaches newbies bad habits they'll have to unlearn. There's also very little about how to find quality beads, which seems to be the hardest thing to learn when beginning this hobby.

Like all of the beading magazines currently available, there is at least a page of advertising for each page of content. Normally, that's fine with me, but Step-by-Step takes it to a new level. It's misleading to accept ads from dealers who only work with members of the trade and put them in a beginner hobbyist's magazine. A full page ad with great prices is terrific, until the new beader discovers that the company only deals with wholesalers and has a minimum order of hundreds of dollars. It would be far more ethical for the publishers to limit wholesaler's ads to more high end publications.

To decide whether beading is for you, and to see what pretty and fashionable jewelry is available, this is a good magazine. However, understand it as a beginner's guide, and know that if you decide you want to advance in the craft of jewelrymaking, you'll need to unlearn some bad habits and buy much better tools and supplies than those recommended in this magazine. More advanced beaders and jewelrymakers will probably want to skip it - there's nothing new here. ... Read more


7. Crafts N Things

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Asin: B000071FD4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Clapper Communications
Sales Rank: 450
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How-to craft magazine for today's busy woman. It presents crafts for the mature womanwho is comfortable with contemporary fashions and styles.
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8. Pottery Making Illustrated
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Asin: B00006KT8P
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Ceramic Society
Sales Rank: 643
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Focuses on practical advice & techniques for hobbyists & professionals.
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9. Spin Off

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Asin: B00006KXWK
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Interweave Press
Sales Rank: 437
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The one and only
In my search for craft magz I have found this one to be full of what is needed and what was previously unknown. There is no other craft mag so devoted to spinning. the full color pages and ads help out those who are in areas devoid of spinner aid.
I could go on but only those interested in spinning would get what they realy whant. Interweve Press has some of the best craft magz. Including weaving, beading, and knitting.

4-0 out of 5 stars ancient craft
This is a beautiful magazine.It is of course focused on the art of spinning.Transforming the raw wool of a sheep into yarn by spinning it,usually with the help of a tool (a spindle or a spinning wheel).Although a spinning magazine,it also covers other topics that will interest anybody with a love for textiles:weaving,dyeing,knitting,etc.etc.
It is very detailed in techniques and has beautiful color photos.It is also a serious magazine offering interesting information.It is not full of corny or stupid things to do.Although you might not share the taste of some authors,you will enjoy their knowledge and the quality of their work. ... Read more


10. Just Crossstitch
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Asin: B00006KKXD
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hoffman Media Inc
Sales Rank: 1676
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11. Cross Stitcher

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Publisher: Clapper Communications
Sales Rank: 523
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars the only magazine you need
I appriciate this magazine for its interesting, unique patterns that stitcheres would actually want to do. The charts are beatuiful, there are more charts and magazine related information than there are advertisements, which is something I always look for. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
I thought this was going to be another magazine with ugly
pictures and hard to read charts. I was wrong. Very pretty, easy to do, and different designs for different tastes. I would tell any cross stitcher to try this one. ... Read more


12. Vogue Patterns Magazine
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Asin: B00006L1B9
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Mccall Pattern Co/magazine Div
Sales Rank: 2627
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13. Annies Plastic Canvas

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14. Airbrush Action
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Publisher: Airbrush Action
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Airbrush Action - A must for airbrushers around the world
Aibrush Action is dedicated to the art form for all levels of skill. All users of airbrushes will find good info in every magazine. I have been airbrushing for 5 years and I have subscribed to the magazine for three. I like the publication because it has product reviews, "hands-on how to" articles, excelant trade member submisions, heads-up on new trends and finally the ppl that write the magazine are PRACTICING airbrushers.

The zine has evolved over the years and is just as hard core airbrushing as it was "way back when" as it is now. The presentation of the articles just gets a bit slicker each year. The product reveiws are honest. If somebody sends them a pice of junk then they right a nice "nasty gram" about it even if that junk is advertised in that very months issue! The editers have grit! And, if they strike gold the share the wealth, too. They are not stingy with good info.

Once a year the zine has a projecter, airbrush, aircompressor, paint product cross reference info chart. I.e. if your into this then you might want to check this configuration out. It'very handy to have. I have switched from one brand of acrylic paints to another with much appreciated results. (Both brands were good, just one had a better aplication towards what I wanted to accomplish at the time)

Any way- the skinny on this subject is: before you buy a set up if you are a novice, then buy this zine first before you spend alot of cash. If you make a living in the A.B. world then you need this publication so you can make more cash. This zine represents ppl from all areas of airbrushing, from fine art illustraters to ultra cool death metal bikes. Heck, some ppl get it just for the cool art in it. ... Read more


15. Antiques & Collecting Magazine
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Publisher: Lightner Publishing Corp
Sales Rank: 1265
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Articles on antiques, collectibles and collectors.
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16. Stained Glass
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Asin: B00006KY1K
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Stained Glass Assn Of America
Sales Rank: 1427
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17. Jewelry Crafts

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Publisher: Miller Magazines Inc
Sales Rank: 969
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the cost of an issue
This magazine suffers from many problems: poor editing, incomplete and incomprehensible instructions, failure to respond to concerns and questions from their subscribers - just to name a few. There are several other magazines that fill this area of interest so much better, Bead and Button and Beadwork for two. Stay away from the hassle here. Try the other quality & professionally produced magazines, you'll be glad you did.

1-0 out of 5 stars Jewelry Crafts Magazine
And one star is really too much for this magazine. I surely agree with Amybeader about this magazine, I got the first issue when it came out in the early 1990's and fell in love with it, but I have watched it lose its alure in the last few years, but I stubornly held on untill this year -2003 in hopes the editors would wake up and and see how far down they were sliding and get it together and put out something better,but they haven't. and I too didn't renew my sub.this time, as I become so frustrated with their "instuction" for a project that would make me want to scream.I thought I was the only one that was having a problem with the magazine and I appreciate amybeader for telling it like it is.They even quite publishing letters from thier readers which I never saw a magazine do before,guess other readers felt like I did too. There are much better magazine out there that make you feel good about your talents - Expression is one of the best and they offer a wide range of jewelry and clay designs along with other projects that open your world up and inspire you to incorporate other objects and media into your designs that you wouldn't normally think about mixing together. Two other new mag. are Polymer Cafe and Bead Style . All three of these new magazine are worth their weight in gold and jewels.The new bead Style is published by Bead and Button magazine and is great for beginers and advanced jewelry designers and beaders. They offer projects that can easly be achived. Well, thanks for reading this and much thanks again to amybeader for sharing - as a avid beader and jewelry designer myself, it is always hard for me to see a magazine go down, its like losing a close friend , but when all one gets from reading a magazine is frustion then it is time to let go and move on as hard as that can be - Life is too short and frustrating every day - we need inspriation and projects that make us smile and feel good about pur talents and encorage us to try new things.I do know when one door is closed there will be a bigger window opened with a much more beautiful view.

1-0 out of 5 stars Magazine in desperate need of editing
Although some beginners may find this magazine useful, I recently dropped my subscription because of poor writing, lack of editing and proofreading, and poor layout. I have been a technical editor by profession (20+ years), as well as an avid beader (8+ years) and finally came to the conclusion that the poor writing and editing in this magazine caused me such irritation and frustration that I was better off not wasting my time and money on it. The most disappointing part of this is that back in the late 90's Jewelry Crafts made great strides to improve their overall quality (better photographs, more variety, printed on higher quality paper). But either they cannot afford a good editor/proofreader or they do not care. I have written them letters and even bought an extra copy and edited it, sending it to them with a cover letter explaining what I was doing and why. I have seen some very small changes that might have been in response to my letter, but the overall quality has not improved. So my advice is to save your money and subscribe to Bead and Button, Beadwork, or both; they are much better magazines. ... Read more


18. Australian Patchwork & Quilting

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Asin: B00007AVIC
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Express Publications Pty Ltd
Sales Rank: 3412
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Australian Patchwork & Quilting is the Best
I am an experienced quilter and am familiar with many of the quilting publications currently on the market. In my opinion this is certainly one of the very best. Beautiful quilts for all skill levels and excellent instructions. Exciting patterns and outstanding use of color. Very inspiring.

Sadly, it is hard to find on news stands or in US quilt shops, and the subscription price in the US is very high. But, if you have the money to invest in one really good magazine, this is it.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love the magazine
Hi: I am a brand new quilter and have had a chance to read and get some samples from one of your magazinez, I am really happy with my experience and would like to see if you can direct me as of where I can find a particular volume.
I am looking for the August 2002 magazine which features a Butterflies Quilt, which I would like to reproduce for my home.
If any one can assist me with this I will appreciate it.
The other thing I find in your magazine is that give easy instructions on how to which is very helpfull when you are starting this kind of business for the first time.
Thank you very much for sharing with Us such a good publication.
Sincerely
Maria ... Read more


19. Maine Antique Digest

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Asin: B00006KMNN
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Maine Antique Digest
Sales Rank: 3936
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20. Antique Toy World
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Asin: B00006K3XS
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Antique Toy World
Sales Rank: 1584
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