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Well I still think it’s great

Aine | Posted in Feedback on Threads on


I’ve been subscribing to Threads for a few years starting back I think with issue 76 and prior to that bought them of the newsstand.  And because I’m from Australia, I’ve also bought from 1st ed. Australian Stitches.

I had to cut back on my subscriptions and I can tell you there was no debate about which subscription to let go. 

I would rate my level of sewing as reasonably advanced and I still find Threads continues to inspire me and teach me new and updated techniques.

I want to thank the staff for the effort they put in to publishing a superb magazine not only for me but also for the next generation of sewers to come along.

Keep up the good work



  1. user-64320 | | #1

    I also live in Australia and love receiving my Threads magazine. I have been sewing for about sixteen years and still consider myself an advanced beginner and want to learn new and differnt ways of doing things.

    I feel a little upset with people complaining about the new style. Is it the new style or that they have forgoten that when they began subscribing they were at a different level in their sewing than they are today.

    Well done Threads,

    1. offerocker | | #2

      Your point is valid and perceptive!  I have not 'compared' extensively, but there is some difference; maybe that will change back?


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