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Crafting magazines?

Posted by hobby_libby (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 21, 10 at 20:51

I bought a Crafts 'n things magazine the other day at WalMart & love it except for the paper crafts, which I don't do.

Now I think I want to subscribe to a crafting magazine, if there's one without paper crafts in it?


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RE: Crafting magazines?

Go to www.FaveCrafts.com and you will find hundreds of crafts and you can sign up and get their site every day on E-mail. I really like it,lots of crafts, plus crochet, knitting, etc.


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RE: Crafting magazines?

I have that already & I agree, it is great.


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I used to subscribe to Crafts and bought allot of the Crafts and Things magazines. I was mostly interested in decorative painting, so when the magazine went to mostly beading and paper crafts, I didn't continue buying it. Now I sometimes check out Crafts and Things at the library or buy old ones for 25 cents in the little Friends of the library bookstore. I sometimes pick up an issue of Pack of Fun if they have a few designs I'm interested in, but it's mostly kids crafts. I currently have subscriptions to Painting and Quick and Easy Painting--and with prices getting higher I probably won't be ordering any others.

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My favorite has always been Country Sampler...but it IS country stuff...It doesn't give patterns...I just look at thing to see if I'd like em them make em...


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