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Help us choose the next cover of Threads!

We need your help in choosing the next cover of Threads!

Take the survey now to tell us which cover you like best for our February/March issue.

Thanks so much in advance for helping to shape the face of Threads!

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  1. maggiekintex | | #1

    One survey questions asked if I buy Threads at newstand - NO, I just RENEWED my subscription for 3 more years - and I collect, save and reread the issues, especially when working with a particular technique/detail that is featured.

  2. ohiostar | | #2

    Me too! I subscribed so I don't miss an issue. BTW, I can't wait for the Feb/Mar issue to arrive in my mailbox!

  3. clown | | #3

    I am another one that does not buy Threads at the newstand, but I do subscribe and have for several years. I too, keep all my issues and re and re-read the issues. I have given up several subscriptions but never Threads. Thank you for a great magazine.

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    grnthumb30 | | #4

    I now have a subscription. However, I did luck about a year ago and purchased a huge collection of Threads magazines at a yard sale for almost nothing! Love them!

  5. WizardGir1 | | #5

    I don't purchase the magazine from the local shops, as I have a subscription, but I look for the Treads issue on the stand when I browse other craft magazines. I am thrilled each time I see the title "Threads" peaking out over other magazines.

    I suppose when I look for Threads on the stands, I'm looking for an extra special issue (like a laminated spiral bound tip chart or something--I'm hopeful) that might fit nicely into my sewing library. Threads magazine staff has always done a fine job! concerning layout and grabbing attention of the browsing eye. I want "more" ... Threads is just that good.

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    Deana | | #6

    Thank you for your votes and for your feedback! We have made a decision, and we'll let you know which cover we chose before it hits the newsstands.

  7. msbyrdt | | #7

    Add me to the Threads collector side. I started collecting issues of Threads, even before I got back into sewing. I knew that someday, when I retired, those issues would come in handy. They really have, too.
    Threads is the only subscription, that I have continously kept up,.

  8. MirB | | #8

    I have been a subscriber since the ninth issue, and continue to enjoy the magazine. I'm constantly inspired by the wealth of information and new ideas.

    The one thing I miss is the early issues about knitting and crochet. Those issues also had so many different ways and technics to be inspired by. Has anyone at Threads considered doing articles on this craft, or starting a separate magazine? Knitting has become popular again and we knitters would love another magazine of Threads quality.

    Keep up the good work.

    MikeB

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