Threads The Magazine
I’m sure there is a thread someplace that talks about the latest issue of Threads. However, I wasn’t able to find it quickly. I had to write to say in the past I have complained when the magazine didn’t meet my expectations. So I must give praise when there is a fantastic issue released. I have really enjoyed reading the latest issue of Threads. Every chance I get (extremely busy week) to sit down with it, my eyes are glued to the next article I haven’t had a chance to read. Thanks for the quality many of us old timers are use to. This issue has been a sheer pleasure.
Eman, I had the opportunity this week to read articles of interest from Issue No. 23, which was released in 1989. Too, I have purchased back issues over the years, but do not at the moment have access to as they are in storage; however, I must state that today's issues are varied as the older ones, just in a different form.
Can Threads readers today imagine picking up a copy of the magazine that has many, many articles about weaving, fabric color dyeing, how to make lace on a loom and many other articles that are not actually related to garment construction?
In essence, Threads has over the years published articles that appeal to a wide-range of people that work with 'fiber' in one way or another. Perhaps, we have become accustomed to articles by the top garment constructionist that specialize in areas that constitute a broad audience, or it may be that we are so hungry for 'new' information that we become impatient, and sometimes unkind when stating our opinion of the magazine's content.
Imagine...no Threads at all!
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