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1. Wizard
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2. Machine Knitting Monthly
$159.26
3. Australian Patchwork & Quilting
$19.00
4. Vogue Knitting International
$24.95
5. Pottery Making Illustrated
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6. Knitter's
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7. Coin World
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8. Crochet!
$19.95
9. Step By Step Beads
$19.97
10. Clotilde's Sewing Savvy
$38.00
11. Antiques & Collecting Magazine
$29.99
12. Beckett Yu-Gi-Oh Unofficial Collection
$24.95
13. Vogue Patterns Magazine
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14. Creative Kids
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15. Toyfare
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16. Rubberstampmadness - Rubber Stamp
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17. Style 1900
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18. Spin Off
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19. Quilter's World
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20. Jewelry Crafts

1. Wizard
by Wizard Entertainment
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Sales Rank: 746
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Wizard Magazine
This magazine would get five stars except for the fact that it does not get shipped out on time and the customer service department for Wizard Universe does not answer your questions in a timely manner.The magazine has good articles to read and a descent price guild; however there are not that many books that they price.Many books that come out do not see the light of day in Wizard unless the Wizard staff thinks they are hot books.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest magazine about comic books
There are so many great comicbooks being published nowadays, but unfortunately I don't get the chance to read as many of them as I would like.Wizard is a great magazine that keeps me in the loop on what's happening in the stories of all the mainstream comics, what's going on in the industry, what's coming up, and so much more.And it does it all in a fun, creative way.Yes, it could probably cover the independent comicbook scene a little better, but at the same time there are other publications that do that, and Wizard is a mainstream magazine so it makes sense that it focuses on DC and Marvel.I'm not complaining.

5-0 out of 5 stars A window into popular culture
My son, now 20, has been a Wizard reader since the age of 12 or so.From Wizard, he gets the most up-to-date news about many of the items of greatest interest to him as an artist and aficionado of popular culture.He enjoys learning about the art of comics, and often shares bits of information he has learned from Wizard.PC Gamer is the only magazine he subscribes to besides Wizard - he gets the rest of his news and information online. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Collectibles    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Literary History And Collections   


2. Machine Knitting Monthly
by Rpa Publishing
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Asin: B000071GQM
Sales Rank: 1929
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3. Australian Patchwork & Quilting
by Express Publications Pty Ltd
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Sales Rank: 2156
Average Customer Review: 5.0 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. 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. Read more

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4. Vogue Knitting International
by Soho Publishers
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Asin: B00070Q2VE
Sales Rank: 452
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars I love this magazine
What a great magazine - its like receiving a small book of knitting patterns every few months - most of which are totally wearable. I really feel this mag. rides the line between fashionable and practical. I have gotten 4 issues so far and have knit 1 or more items out of each issue. The directions could use a bit more description - sometimes the designers think you can read their minds, but nothing a trip to the geniuses at the yarn store won't fix. There are also interesting articles about things like merino sheep - something you wouldn't think was interesting, but then you start reading it and can't put it down.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best
I learned to knit as a young girl and then life interfered and I dropped out of the craft. About 10 years ago, I picked up a copy of VK and got hooked all over again. The styles in this publication are chic, stylish, and adaptable. Most are for clothing and accessories without the ubiquitous afghan designs. The directions are clear and only once have I encountered an error. The articles are interesting, informative, and often inspire creativity and exploration. As soon as the latest issue hits the mailbox, I'm into it from cover to cover. There are 10 years of issues catalogued in my bookshelf and I refer to them often. A great resource for any knitter.

4-0 out of 5 stars Love the patterns
This is what I use when I want to knit something for myself.The patterns are hip and young and they always feature the latest greatest designers.This is also much more about fashion than any other knitting magazine out there- lots of runway pictures and rail-thin models posing knitwear in exotic locations.I find that each issue has a good mix of projects of varying skill levels.I have knitted several and I'm happy with the instructions and I've never run across any major pattern mistakes.I find that the exact yarns, however, can be hard to find.They usually give you enough information about the yarn and desired effect so that you can easily substitute.While I'm careful not to pick patterns that won't be embarrasing to wear next year, they do have a lot of hyper-trendy patterns.It would be a pity to waste all that time and money on something that would be decidedly "out" by the time you finsih it. ... Read more

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5. Pottery Making Illustrated
by American Ceramic Society
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Sales Rank: 1009
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Subjects:  1. Art    2. Art Architecture Photography    3. Arts & Crafts    4. Decorative Arts. Applied Arts. Decoration & Ornament    5. Hobbies & Games   


6. Knitter's
by Xrx Inc
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Asin: B00006KL9R
Sales Rank: 617
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars It is good for my knitting soul!
Living far away, I get my magazines weeks after it is on the streets in US. This waiting period is long! I hope for the mag every day, and send at least two impatient e-mails to the custom service. In Norway we havent got knitting mags you can read,only with patterns. I have been knitting all my life, my hobby has been much more satisfactory after I found Knitting (and Interweave Knits). I find patterns that I want to knit, get ideas how I can knit something other on the basis of a pattern. I can plan what I will knit next year, buying a lot of yarn for future projets! The informations I get about American knitting women, makes me happy! Grete

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful addition to knitting library
I received my first issue a few weeks ago. There are several patterns in this issue that I will knit, and some maybe's. I buy many knitting magazines in stores, mainly because I want to check them out before I buy. This magazine is a consistant purchase for me, which is why I finally subscribed. (I also enjoy most of Interweave, Vogue Knitting, Rebecca, and Creative Knitting, though I have chosen not to subscribe to them. Usually not enough patterns in them that I would knit.)

3-0 out of 5 stars Getting better...
Love the new fashion trend articles. It's getting better, but it's not quite there yet. Could use a bit more professional and interesting graphic design. The patterns could be more useful and unique. Starting to get better. Really liking the new editor! Kudos for him in a major way. ... Read more

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7. Coin World
by Amos Hobby Publishing
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Sales Rank: 1209
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Info you can't find other places
I agree with "Pigeons" review.This was not as expensive for me as I got a "bundled" package of CoinValues, CoinWorld, both 1 year subscriptions (12 issues, 52 issues respectively).And with CoinWorlds weekly paper you are kept VERY up-to-date on goings on in the numismatic community.I got the both for around $41.

5-0 out of 5 stars A regular in-depth look at the coin world and all of its trappings!
I picked up a couple of issues of this newspaper/magazine at the Santa Clara show and on the basis of those two numbers decided to subscribe.I already subscribe to Numismatic News (NN) which I have also rated at 5 stars and I think I'll continue with both publications because they seem to vary just enough from each other to make things interesting.Coin World appears to spend more time on the nuts and bolts of the Coin World (well, duh, I guess the title says it), with good listings and mentions of new numismatic publications; reference books being essential building blocks for the erection of an edifice of numismatic knowledge.Its articles about specific numismatic issues also include a lot of the minutiae about the decision making process, problems and solutions, leading up to the final issuance of any given coin.It also has really excellent, detailed articles on esoteric topics not readily available in other publications.For instance, contained in one of my complimentary copies there was a truly fascinating article on Alaska Trade Tokens, as well as an entertaining one about the cascade of silver dollars created at the Philadelpia Mint when one of the employees charged with raking loose dollars together from atop a pile weighing hundreds of tons inadvertently broke open a bag which set off a chan reaction of burst open bags causing other employees to flee before the avalanche of tumbling silver.A further good thing about this publication is that the classifieds section appears to be qualitatively, if not quantitatively better than that found in NN.What this publication does not have is recent US Mint statistics (although lots of articles on new mint issues, etc.) which is a really nice thing about NN.Anyway, at about twice the price of NN, I'm not sure that you are getting a publication that is twice as good but I do believe that it is worth the cost of subscription and I hate to say it but if you have to choose between either this one or NN, go with this, in my opinion. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Collectibles    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Numismatics    4. Antiques   


8. Crochet!
by Needlecraft Shop
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Asin: B00006KAON
Sales Rank: 1116
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Magazine
Hip, fun patterns - this is the only crochet magazine I've found that has patterns for clothing and accessories I'd really consider wearing.Not the old lady, cutsey stuff I've seen in other magazines.I love the updated look, and there are always plenty of choices for all levels of crocheters.Highly recommend to all those folks out there who are tired of boring afghans, kiddie sweaters in red, white and blue, and doilies!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine
Crochet! carries some very stylish current designs that appeal to younger crocheters such as myself. The pictures are beautiful, and there is always a little how-to guide with great illustrations for beginners. The magazine also features new stitching techniques and highlights developments in the world of crochet. Introductions to new tools and the tips offered have proven invaluable. Even the doilies, tablecloths and other household items I've always relegated to "my granny's crochet" are so beautiful and stylish, I find myself making a couple! Plus there's always something appropriate to the season, Valentine's Day, St. Paddy's Day, that make great quick and easy gifts for family and friends.
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.Read more

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9. Step By Step Beads
by Primedia
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Sales Rank: 629
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Bead Beading Magazine out there!!
I find it heard to believe that she never recieved her magazine or even a call back from the company..I know for a fact they are very good about getting orders out promptly, and that if there is a problem they will even compensate you with a comp. issue..The company who publishes this magazines also has several other wonderful publications i.e Step by Step Wire(very popular), Lapidary Jounal, Colored Stone & many more.They also host the biggest beading events in this country..Beadfest Philadelphia, Atlanta & the one in Nashville are a really the best bead shows in this country..If you call 610-232-5710, This person will be sure to take care of the problem you have been having.

4-0 out of 5 stars overall, pretty good mag!
INVARIABLY I CAN ALWAYS FIND MORE THAN A FEW PERTINENT DESIGNS.THE DIRECTIONS ARE LAID OUT VERY COMPREHESIVELY.IT IS TRUE, HOWEVER, THAT THE BIGGEST USE I CAN DRAW FROM THIS MAGAZINE IS THE INSPIRATION AND VARIATIONS YOU CAN MAKE ON ANY ONE PIECE.SOME ISSUES ARE SUPERB WHILE OTHERS ARE JUST GOOD.A VARIETY OF MEDIUMS ARE USED (WEAVING, WIRE, POLYMER CLAY, ET.AL) AND I USUALLY WILL ADAPT THE DESIGNS OR ELABORATE UPON THEM.I STILL GO OVER PAST ISSUES FOR HELP AND INSPIRATION.

1-0 out of 5 stars I never got any of the mags
Ordered this in Dec of last yrs now its May and I called and called and I never got anyone to call back.I never recieved any of my order. They don't care as far as I can see. ... Read more

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10. Clotilde's Sewing Savvy
by Needlecraft Shop
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5-0 out of 5 stars Sewing :)
I happend across this mag through an email. I love sewing and gave this a try. I just got the 1st issue and love it! The instructions are easy to understand and the projects span sewing from clothes to crafties to toys. I am very happy that I found Sewing Savvy :) ... Read more

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11. Antiques & Collecting Magazine
by Lightner Publishing Corp
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Asin: B00006K3XX
Sales Rank: 1890
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Subjects:  1. Collectibles    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Museums . Collectors And Collecting   


12. Beckett Yu-Gi-Oh Unofficial Collection
by Beckett Publications
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Sales Rank: 1717
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13. Vogue Patterns Magazine
by Mccall Pattern Co/Magazine Div
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Sales Rank: 583
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Most Useful Magazine
The Burda magazine is one of the most rare magazines I have ever seen. If someone is interested in design, sewing and fashion then, this is difinatly a must to have.

3-0 out of 5 stars Its just a catalog
It is a good magazine, but not a pattern magazine as Burda, it is a catalog of all the vogue patterns, same that you can find at the web site [...] but you must buy each one if you are interested sewing something (they are expensive). Good advertisment that you can use to surf the web.
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14. Creative Kids
by Prufrock Press
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Cut Above Other Magazines for Kids
Simply put, this magazine is a cut above other magazines for kids that are out there.I was disappointed with most of the children's magazines that were available for my ten-year-old daughter. Then, I found "Creative Kids." Filled with the thoughts and ideas of actual kids, this magazine offers interesting and substantial opinion and fiction. It's really fun and intelligent reading for young people. My daughter really enjoys the magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars High-Interest Reading for Kids
As a homeschooling parent, I'm always looking for quality reading materials that my kids will enjoy. "Creative Kids" really achieves this goal. Both of my kids like reading the stories and playing the games in the magazine. My daughter has submitted work to the magazine for publication. Though her short story was rejected for publication, she did receive a very encouraging letter for the magazine's editor. I would recommend this publication to any parent seeking high-interest reading for their children.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Magazine is Really Cool!
I love "Creative Kids" magazine! I've been a subscriber for three years. My favorite part is the puzzles and games, but the "Speak Out" section is cool too. I like that the magazine is written by kids like me -- it's not just a bunch of adults writing about what they think kids want to read. It's a totally cool magazine that any kid would like. ... Read more

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15. Toyfare
by Wizard Entertainment
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 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, featuringa 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.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.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. ... Read more

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16. Rubberstampmadness - Rubber Stamp Madness
by Rubberstampmadness Inc
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The examples are great
RSM is a magazine that keeps me updated on innovations in the stamping genre.The instructions are easy to follow, and the examples are eye-catching and great to browse.5-0 out of 5 stars Must have for rubber stamp fanatics
This is the oldest art rubber stamp magazine still publishing (National Stampagraphic went under a few years ago) and it doesn't show it's age. For the latest news on various techniques, conventions, stamps and accessories, this is the place that the majority of rubber stampers (if not all) turn to for advice.5-0 out of 5 stars A comprehensive resource for ALL rubber stamp interests
This magazine is a real treasure -- wide-ranging in interests (like collage, greeting cards, mail art, book arts, fabric stamping and how-to projects) and authoritative. Good illustrations and especially well written, too, a real change from other publications for stamp artists.Read more

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17. Style 1900
by Style 1900
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Sales Rank: 1200
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine!!!
This is one of what I consider the "Holy Trio" of Arts & Crafts Movement (Craftsman) Magazines.The others are "American Bungalow" and "Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival".All of these magazines are beautifully produced and provide brilliant coverage on Arts & Crafts homes and furnishings.I am an addict to the Arts & Crafts Movement.It honors the artisan and having homes and objects with distinctive character.Something refreshing in this era of condos and poorly made stucco homes.Enjoy the beauty of the magazine and the world inside! ... Read more

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18. Spin Off
by Interweave Press
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5-0 out of 5 stars THE magazine for Spinners of Fiber
Spin-Off is the MUST HAVE subscription for anyone spinning fiber (wool, silk, cotton, flax, etc.) on a spinning wheel or drop spindle. There are also articles on using the yarn once spun, such as knitting, embroidery and weaving, and how spinners can learn to spin particular fibers for particular uses. Featured articles have been about dyeing fiber and yarns for knitting socks, spinning dog wool, and how to restore or tune-up a spinning wheel. There are often contests on spinning particular fibers. Advertisements inside offer a huge variety of spinning wheels, drop-spindles, combing cards and other accessories, which are often handcrafted. There are notices about upcoming shows and displays of spun fiber-arts.
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19. Quilter's World
by House of White Birches
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Sales Rank: 2127
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars K.T.W.
I have subscribed to many quilting magazines and have found this one to be among the best. The articles include many interesting topics from historical quilts to trendy techniques, and often lessons from the "pros".
1-0 out of 5 stars Just don't deal with customer service
After subscribing to Quilters World since 2001, I suspended my subscription for a year while we traveled in Europe. When I tried to resume my subscription they told me my subscription would be resumed through 2007 even though my subscription (verified on my magazine's label) was until 2011.
3-0 out of 5 stars Quick & Easy Quilting has now become Quilter's World
I liked Quick and Easy Quilting because I don't have much time and need "quick and easy" quilt ideas.Quilter's World arrived as the replacement to this magazine and it is much larger in size and has a more "upscale" feel to it (ala' Threads' magazine).Whereas the old magazine had a "working class" feel to it, this new magazine aspires to "middle class" or beyond.However, there still are quick and easy quilt ideas in the magazine, you just have to look a little farther for them.There are very good templates easy to rip out or photocopy. So the magazine is worth it for that.However, I must add that .. price is not the best.My card that came with the magazine offers ..for 1 year (6 issues)--offer expires 2-28-03. ... Read more

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20. Jewelry Crafts
by Miller Magazines Inc
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1-0 out of 5 stars Wish I could give it -1 star
I don't think there is anything that I could add to the comments the other beaders have left above regarding this magazine.They NEVER responded to any concerns I had and the magazine itself is not nearly the level expected in a so-called "professional" publication.Check out "Beadwork" or "Bead and Button" magazines instead.They cost more, but are far superior publications.

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 Istubornly 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 newbead 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. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Arts & Crafts    2. Drawing. Design. Illustration    3. Hobbies & Games   


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