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Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine

Posted by debbie814 (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 14, 13 at 18:16

I am popping over from the Cooking Forum to see if anyone subscribes to Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine. I'm looking for a pattern for the Farmers Market tote from the Summer 2012 issue. I misplaced mine, and am interested in making this a winter project. My notes say it is on page 24.


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RE: Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine

Debbie,
I don't subscribe to the magazine you mentioned, but a quick google search and you will find a number of different, free market tote patterns. See the link below for one I found rather quickly at Fresh Lemons...also happens to be a web site I frequent and the tutorials are great.
Good luck,
V.

Here is a link that might be useful: free market tote pattern


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RE: Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine

I don't subscribe to it but I do buy it on ebay once in awhile. Just search ebay for the issue you are looking for, chances are you'll find it ...maybe like me cheaper than subscribing.


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RE: Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine

little helen, thank you! I did see the free market tote patterns but you know how it goes. The one that I saw in Primitive Quilts magazine was rather unique. I could probably duplicate it on my own, but will check on ebay to see if I can find the issue I am looking for. I'll report back.


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RE: Primitive Quilts and Projects magazine

If you don't mind paying full price, you can order a paper or a digital copy from the publisher.

Here is a link that might be useful: Paper or digital copy available here...


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