Anyway, back to the poll.
Do you find yourself getting less quilt magazines?
Over the last year; I have found myself more and more disappointed in the content of the quilt magazines, both in quilt patterns and articles.
Therefore; as my magazines has subscriptions have approached expiration, I've evaluated how much I would miss that magazine before renewing. I'm actually doing surprisingly well.
Last week; While filing away prior issues, I took a look at where I was at in reducing my Quilt Subscriptions.
- At the end of 2011; I had 10 Quilt Magazine subscriptions.
- As of January 2013, I have 4 Quilting Magazine subscriptions.
- I'm happy with those 4 and I feel I would renew the print issue when they renew.
By the way, I've kept:
- American Patchwork & Quilting
- Machine Quilting Unlimited
- McCall's Quilting
Plus, I will always pick up American Patchwork & Quilting's Quilt Sample - Which comes out 2x a year. It is my favorite.
While filing away my prior magazine issues; I've given thought to tossing a few back issues. I know... crazy. But is it crazy I'm thinking of tossing a few or that I have them all for the last 7-9 years? Some even going back to the late 90s.
So, I'm looking for some advice. If I'm actually willing to part with some (especially given another move); should I look to donate them, and if so, to whom? Should I look to sell them on eBay - might be too much work? Or just toss them.
Would love to hear about your magazine situation and thoughts on getting rid of some back issues?