Tuesday, January 16, 2018


I received a subscription to Quiltfolk magazine as a Christmas gift.  Included were all the back issues, which I've been reading through slowly since the holidays.

It's a very beautiful publication visually ... but I'm left with the feeling that the articles are a bit scant for the price.  There are 150+ pages in each -- with very heavy emphasis on the photographs -- and an issue makes a nice evening's worth of browsing.  Some of the articles are interesting and inspiring, while others seem kind of superficial and not well developed for such a pricey publication. 

Not sure how I feel about this magazine.  Has anyone else looked at any of the issues?  Any opinions?



Libby in TN said...

I had heard about it, browsed through an issue while waiting in line at Jo-Ann, didn't think it was worth the price.

julieQ said...

I agree. I love the quilt pictures, but it is not worth the cost.