Wednesday, January 18, 2006

You All and Your Magazines

I have been on a magazine buying freeze. But then I saw Quilting Arts at the grocery one day and had to have it. And then I read on someone's blog about Cloth Paper Scissors, and someone else mentioned Sumerset Studio. So I thought I would look when I was in JoAnn's today getting fish buttons. The two magazines had to come home with me along with Inspirations.

There was a huge back-up on the highway due to a broken-down tractor trailer, so I went the back way home. The back way goes right by the quilt store. One of my favorite quilters is teaching a class next month on fabric postcards. Now, I know I do not need to take a class on fabric postcards. But I love this teacher's style of just about everything she does. So I am going to take Melinda's class just because I want to be inspired. I stopped to register for the class and there was a new Designers' Quarters right by the register. It came home with me, too.

So now I think I am set with magazines for a while. Good thing these only come out quarterly...

5 comments:

quiltnbee said...

I bought Quilting Arts and Cloth Paper Scissors today, too!!!!! I also bought New Art International(more of a soft cover book) and a gardening magazine...I guess it was magazine day! =-) Enjoy your reading!
Debby

Jane Ann said...

Um.... I think it's good a little girl didn't knock on your door today to sell you any new magazine subscriptions. She would have hit the jackpot. Hee, hee. Enjoy.

Samantha said...

The magazines suck me in as well! Sounds like you have LOTS of inspiration waiting to happen now... (I have also taken classes justfor inspiration before- good choice!)

Deborah said...

Jules, Those are some of my favorite magazines too. Full of inspiration. I got sucked into the altered books thing for awhile. It's so much fun. One thing just leads to another...

Debra Spincic said...

If you imagine some of the Stampington stuff with fabric instead of paper you will really, really be inspired. I love their publications! This year I am going to try to use more of those ideas in my fabric work.