Primitive Quilts and Projects

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

A premium publication dedicated to the primitive quilter, rug hooker, stitcher and more! Each issue features at least 15 projects from some of the most admired designers in the primitive fiber arts world.
www.primitivequiltsandprojects.com

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Spring Quilt Festival Cincinnati!

Here we are at Spring Quilt Festival in Cincinnati!  Our booth is for the Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine! I'll have to get another picture tomorrow of just the booth, because you can't really see it with all the people! That's a good thing, cause we have been really busy! Everyone likes the magazine! Yay! The other pictures are of Judy driving the horse carriage we took a ride in last night! That was so much fun!  I hope you all are getting your magazines in the mail now! Media mail is slow and I know it is hard to be patient!!!  Let us know when you get it!

      Jeni

15 comments:

  1. Have you mailed the magazines to your overseas subscribers too?

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  2. oooohhh, oooooh....I can't wait!!! you all look like you are having a wonderful time!

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  3. Hi....
    I received my magazine yesterday, Saturday, in NE wisconsin. What a great magazine...just what I hoped it would be. I stopped my garden clean-up, made a pot of coffee and sat to look. Then I looked again to read it. I immediately found 9 must do now projects! I can't believe that we could get so many great projects from so many designers in one magazine. You ladies did a terrific job! Thank you for providing something that was sorely lacking for those of us who like primitive designs! I know I will renew this subscription for years to come and let some of my others lapse. Thanks again.

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  4. I got mine yesterday in Oregon and blogged about it. It's wonderful in every way!!

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  5. Cant wait to see mine her in the Netherlands....

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  6. All I can say......it was worth the wait. Wow!
    This magazine is just wonderful.

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  7. so much fun.
    I was wondering if you could put a subscription link on your blog so that we can get your new blog post right away. I do not use my "follower" much at all.

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  8. Hi Ladies! It looks like you had a great time at the show. Thank you for posting the photos and it's great to hear all of the positive comments about the magazine! I'll see you all tomorrow!

    Bev

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  9. FINALLY!!!! Got my magazine. It was worth the wait. Nice variety of projects, many of my favorite designers and some new to me. I've already chosen three must-do projects, no make that four, no . . . and so it goes. Thanks for filling a void with a quality publication.

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  10. Still waiting in the Bronx, NY for my magazine. I was wondering if there are any stores that sell the magazine in the NYC area. After I get my copy, quilters I know might want to buy a copy.

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  11. Still waiting in Maryland too! Can't wait :)

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  12. I got my magazine on Thursday and just read through it 3 times! I love it! Thank you so much for coming out with a great magazine for those of us who love prim! The layout and photographs are gorgeous and the designs - well, let's just say I would like to make them all! What a wonderful way to keep up with what's going on in "Prim-world"!
    Cheers!

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  13. Mine arrived today, April 19. My address label didn't include my apartment number, fortunately, it got put into the right box. Sometimes the post office will return items without apartment numbers to sender.

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  14. Just received email from Buggy Barn and they said Winter Berries had an error?
    Thanks,
    Maggey

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