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Half empty or half full?

Becky-book | Posted in Feedback on Threads on

How we look at life, our own personal view (personality?) affects everything we see, including the content of Threads mag.  Is the magazine half full or half empty?  Those who see what is missing, and say so, are performing a useful service to the editors.  This is not my talent, but I would encourage those of you who see greater possibilities for the magazine to continue giving your input, the rest of us quiet ones will benefit from your wisdom.

When I see the half full part, I should be thankful, and say so! I guess I am lazy, want to just take the idea and enjoy it.  Since the magazine is a business and not a person, I’ll say thanks by renewing my subscription.



  1. user-51823 | | #1

    very well put. it's true that criticism serves a constructive purpose, so i hope that the dissatisfied will vocalize their displeasure in the spirit of helping.

  2. ctirish | | #2

    Becky, I agree with you, I only wish you had posted your feelings in an existing posting. With a new posting some people will just take it as an another opportunity to start bashing Threads and Amber. I have noticed that several people add to a posting and then look for other postings on the same subject and do it over again. Sometimes I think Threads should limit their site to subscribers only as some other sites do, but they want to encourage all sewers to use their site. I you wanted to, you can go into your posting and delete it or maybe do a cut and paste to an existing topic. It would avoid another posting on the same subject.

    1. AmberE | | #3

      We are definitely working to eliminate the negativity---it has no place in such a joyous sport, right! Thanks for your support!

      1. midnitesewer | | #4

        I don't understand this posting. What "sport"? Did I miss something?

        1. AmberE | | #5

          I just mean sewing---that it's such a joyful enterprise

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