Saturday, March 22, 2014

Block Magazine

I love books and magazines! I read them, collect them, and if nothing is in them I am going to create I donate them to my local library or give them to the local Senior Center. I have a few magazines I have kept 12 years. Most of those, I had cards I made that where published.
A tidbit of my life before quilting.

Back to magazines! I don't think I have ever seen one with no ads?
Have you?

Most of these where in a basket by my chair or by our bed! Now, with digital magazine and books, I feel like something is missing. I could pass around a good book to everyone I knew, not with digital! Most digital books and magazines cost as much as a paper one but I cannot share an article with you or another friend. The colors on a digital magazine looks beautiful on my iPad but if I print it off - it uses a lot of ink and is
not professional looking at all!

Most magazines cost between $9.99 - $14.99, I won't say I am not buying them, but I am trying to cut down on what I spend and get more for my money!

So when I was offered a copy of the new Block Missouri Star Quilt Co


I said yes please, but for $5.99 an issue you can't beat the price or $34.95 with a one year subscription and there is no shipping cost. What a deal! They even have a Money Back Guarantee!

It is square like a quilt block, how cool is that!
It means it will fit in a 12" x 12" craft (plastic) box
when your working on a quilt!


10 beautiful quilts that have online video, plus step by step instructions! The photography is amazing. More like handling a book than a magazine!
It is beautiful with no ads! You heard me No Ads!


In the back of the issue it shows you each quilt with the information it!
10 pages of gorgeous quilts as a reference! Including the youtube address!

So order BLOCK and start enjoying a new kind of quilting magazine.

Do it for yourself!

It cost less
Beautiful photography
Great writing about the development of each quilt
Easy step by step instructions
A great reference tool for quilts

I say it's a keeper for years to come!

Create and be unique!
Lisa

These opinions are my own! I was compensated with a magazine!

7 comments:

  1. Oh WOW. I'm a huge magazine fan, just love the "real thing" although I've enjoyed the digital side a bit. But I had not heard of this magazine, and I love Missouri Quilt Co!! Thanks so much for the heads up!!

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  2. I'm the same with my magazines. When Missouri Star Quilt Co. said they we're putting out a magazine i pounced on it! Got my first copy and love it. Can't wait for the next issue.

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  3. I love buying from Missouri Quilt but I haven't see the magazine yet. Thanks for the review!

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  4. This is a very interesting post, Lisa and I am so glad you shared your thoughts with us. I was just thinking of magazines tonight. And it was like you were reading my mind! Love the square shape of this one!

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  5. Thank yo for reminding me of this magazine. The only other no-ad magazine I have see is one that Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr produce with Modern Quilting patterns.I saw an on-line ad for BLOCK (maybe from MSQC on YouTube, not sure now). I thought it was a great value and I really like their patterns.

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  6. I do believe you about needing the paper in hand. The quality and experience of handling a magazine is more pleasant. I love card-making and I just got my prescription in for the summer read. I know that more people are going for the digital books. But, call me old fashion. I want to turn the pages

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  7. I feel the same way especially with quilting or craft magazines. I like the physical magazine instead of digital, it just isn't the same.

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