Monday, February 14, 2011

Are you READY??? HERE IT IS....!!!!

THE LIZZIE B CRE8IVE
DREAM. LAUGH. CREATE.
eMAGAZINE!
We've been SO excited about this, 
hope you enjoy our Premier Issue!

   


Leave us some feedback!  We'd love to know what you think!

And come find our NEW eMag fanpage on facebook!  

209 comments:

  1. Awesome!! I peaked... but will have to see more tomorrow.. as my eyes are giving up!!!

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  2. I absolutely LOVE the new eMagazine!!! The only thing that makes me sad is that it does not come up on my iPad :(...that would make it perfection!!!!

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  3. Absolutely LOVE IT! Great ideas, funny story! Thank you for sharing it!

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  4. Awwww, feeling the LOVE already... THANKS guys!

    Cindee... you beat us to it! Just posted a link on the sidebar for iPad and iPhone users! You can click on it to get the magazine in PDF, scroll down to the bottom of the document, and click on download, then a quick tap to "open in iBooks". Too cool, huh?? ---B

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  5. Wow, such a variety creativity! I think the Irish Rose is very cute.

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  6. Congratulations! This is amazing! Just went through it, but must go back when I have time to read everything. How often do you plan on doing this?

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  7. "My Heart Stood Still" is the perfect name for that quilt because that's EXACTLY what mine did when I saw it! Lovely e-zine! I'm looking forward to really reading through it tonight after work. Congrats!

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  8. do you two every sleep....great mag...

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  9. lovely e-Magizine. I can't wait to see what's next. Might just have to get crafting.

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  10. Bang up job, girls! Your first issue is fabulous...can't wait to see more!

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  11. How exciting! A fantastic e-book. Love all your articles. I also use and am in love with Aurifil thread....and it should be a verb!

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  12. Great first issue, can't wait to see the next one. Easy peasy to load on my ipad. Thank you.

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  13. Okay..that's it...the Lizzie B Girls are officially the "Coolest on the Planet!"...just downloaded my eMagazine into iBooks on my iPad...Love everything about it...thanks for all the creativity and fun!!...you girls continue to amaze....

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  14. LOVE LOVE LOVE.... This is just wonderful. Thanks for sharing so we could all enjoy. Love the Lollies..... they rocked. Great tutorial and samples, just adorable.

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  15. Awesome! I'm so glad you posted it in PDF so I can get it on my iPad.

    Now, can you please also give us your fabric scans so that we can use them for wallpaper on our computers? PLEASE.

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  16. I enjoyed reading your new magazine. Great projects. Looking forward to the next issue.

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  17. I love the e-mag. It is so "now". Will get back to it when I have the time to read everything. Great job. Keep it coming.

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  18. That was awesome!!! Love it. Can't wait for the next one.

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  19. Heard about your magazine on Pat Sloan's radio program and then, checked out your website. Great topics and creative individuals involved.
    Thank you for a new approach to "dreaming about creativity" and for the enthusiasm heard on the radio!
    Happy Valentine's Day!

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  20. This is wonderful. Congratulations.

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  21. I'm having a great time reading it. You did a great job! But right now, I got to the "win" page and clicked right over. *S*

    Thx for a chance to win the thread.

    Now back to the zine...........

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  22. Hi Liz & Beth - Great mag. You have solved the mystery of Aurifil for me. Thanks and when I finish my La Vie en Rose, which is in progress, I'll be sure to use Aurifil.

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  23. Thanks for the great emag! Lots of great ideas!

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  24. Congratulations! Lovely read and I love Issuu. I have done my spring look book using it. Too cool.

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  25. Great job! I really enjoyed reading it and am looking for the next issue. :)

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  26. Love the lay out! Great e-mag! Awesome ideas and information.

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  27. Really enjoyed the new emag. I'm going to try the mug hugger.....Please enter my name in the drawing for the thread. It's the only thread I use in my piecing....
    Karen

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  28. Love the eMag - we can never have enough craft/quilty things to inspire us!
    Thanks for the giveaway - I am a member of the Aurifil fan club!

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  29. WOW! WOW!! WOW!!! IS ALL I CAN SAY ABOUT THE E-ZINE

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  30. Love the e-mag love the thread too! Swear by it!

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  31. The e-Mag is awesome! So many fun things to try! And I would love to try the Aurifil! Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Oh, I'm so glad that Amanda blogged about this! I have your 2 books, and love them! Now, to have an e-magazine?! It's LizzieB goodness all over again! :) Yay!

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  33. What an amazing e-Mag!! Chocked full of great projects and inspiration!! Wonderful work...thank you!

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  34. What a great magazine! I loved it from the first to the last page!
    Lotta in Sweden

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  35. Fab mag. Really interested reading about Aurifil, I have just bought some and now can't wait to try quilting with it. Linda

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  36. VERY nice. Not sure how you busy women have time to do this too, but I''m glad you did! Looking forward to future issues. I too love Aurafil thread and would love to win a pack. Thanks for all you do!

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  37. Honest feedback? I love it, but I found the Aurifil page hard to read, visually. Must be my eyes. The pages like 22 were EASY to read, and so you wanted to relax and read them. Aurifuls page was hard to read, and so as much as I wanted the information, it wasn't relaxing to read it. :( I'm tryin to help... HUGS

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  38. Oh I just love it. What is there not to love. Let's see I like Gina St. Paddys Day Rose tut, the notebook tut from Rosebud and I really like continuing stories it builds suspense...and now aurifil thread. To be honest I have never tried it but after reading so much info about it, I am going to. It seems like there is nothing not to like about it, is ther such a thing as a perfect thread. I will let you know. Thanks somuch for the new newsletter it is truly awesome.

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  39. This is going to be such a sweeeeeet ride!! I really enjoyed, and need to go back and read thru some articles - can the patterns be copied? I also LOVE Aurifil thread. Not sure if you made the poster, but it would be wonderful in my sewing studio!! I REALLY liked it!! Fun & colorful, and if it's not available, you should make some up!!
    Great job!!!!!

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  40. Love it!!! So much that I have added your button to my blog. I am someone who sews and is new to the quilting world. Reading the newsletter actually overwhelmed me ... in a good way ... so much to learn and so little time. Guess I need to be doing this 24/7 ... YAY!!!! Thank you for your hard work. Looking forward to reading the next issue ... =]

    Pam
    www.thedesigncottage.blogspot.com

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  41. I really liked your on-line magazine. It had the right balance between projects, stories and information. I'm going to try Pat Sloan's mug hug.

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  42. Heard you on Pat Sloan's radio show yesterday. I bet you ladies have a blast when you all get together! Heading over to read you e-magazine right now!

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  43. Great! Really enjoyed the mag! Info filled, fantastic projects and great set up and easy to read.

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  44. The e magizine is great and has a lot of great stuff in it. I would love to win the thread! I just purchased my first spool and used it for quilting and LOVE it!

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  45. I already love your e magazine. The best part? Think of the trees you are saving. LOL

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  46. Awesome e-magazine. It is very creative.

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  47. This is wonderful and full of some beautiful projects!

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  48. Wow! How fun its that! Great look, and so many creative ideas. Thanks!

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  49. Can't say that I've seen many eMagazines, but I can say this: yours is AWESOME....and FREE....how great is that!!

    -debby
    Chester, NY

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  50. Oh Wow! Great magazine. I really really liked reading the "Adventures of the Lizzie B Girls". What a great pair they are and I want to read more.

    I would also love to win some thread. I have not tried it yet but have heard wonderful things about it.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  51. Love the ezine! It was very fun to read and the patterns and recipe are awesome! Looking forward to the next one.

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  52. What a neat e-magazine! Love all the articles and patterns...thanks so much for sharing!

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  53. Love all the ideas but especially "My Heart Stood Still"
    Frances

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  54. Love your magazine! Great ideas, newsworthy items on quilting, yummy recipes, and I could go on and on. I'm already looking forward to the next one. Thank you so much for your inspiration.

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  55. I love it! I just have to find a way to get past the touchy/feely need. I really do want to curl up in bed and read it and mark the parts I want to come back to. It's a great magazine!

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  56. Wow! You've really packed a lot into this issue & it's great. Love it all & am looking forward to future ones. Cute projects & wonderful stories.

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  57. Wonderful! Keep up the good work.

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  58. This is a great magazine. I had trouble with the small font size but it could be my computer.
    I'm off try some of the projects. Thanks for the magazine

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  59. Way to go Beth and Liz .. congrats!! It is lovely!

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  60. wonderful, I love the magazine but especially the e-version so I can read and keep, not cluttering my house more than it is already

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  61. Love the magazine! and the story! and the project patterns!
    Great job!

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  62. I really, really, REALLY!! like this e-mag!! I love the lay out - story, craft, story, and the extras details on each page. It's fun and entertaining. Yep! I'll be back for more.

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  63. I love this! Great story that I can't wait to read the rest of. I signed up to follow your site so I won't miss anything!=)

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  64. This is fantastic! just what i've been waiting for! love you two, really fun inspirational stuff and so honest :) really refreshing

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  65. Love the emagazine. It is awesome....great information. Just not sure how to print the projects or recipes....

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  66. Great magazine! Full of stories, projects and beautifully laid out. I love My Heart Stood Still, as I am always looking for beautiful but not too complicated quilts to make for gifts. Thanks for sharing!

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  67. Just flipped through the e-mag. Lovely. the colors and format works. I have an IPAD and will be downloading in PDF format! It's a keeper. Keep of the good work.

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  68. Hey, congrats on the emag. I love it. So much informations.

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  69. love the emag. the whole idea. the mug hug is really cute. i need to make some of these for my coffee friends.
    aurifil thread is the only thread i use for piecing. i am almost finished with my first cone--------5 years later with A LOT of piecing!!!!!!!!
    i "like" the magazine on facebook too. that helps remind me to look for it, too

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  70. Congratulations on the emag - was very fun & interesting to read!

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  71. What is NOT to love about your emag? Cute little projects with fantastic instructions, great photos, a bunch of great articles. I'll definitely be back to read more!

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  72. You. guys. are. hilarious! I love the emag! Very fun, cute, and great ideas! Keep it up!

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  73. Just love that a free emag is available..Liked the mix of craft and story lines. Libby

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  74. Very creative e-mag! Great fun to read...thanks!!!

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  75. So sweet! Truly! Great job, great graphics!!

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  76. Great magazine! Looking forward to reading all of it and making some of the projects

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  77. What can I say except, you people ROCK!! I absolutely love this new on line magazine. Interesting projects and love the articles. I will definitely be back to read more and try some of the projects. Might just have to make the baby quilt for my next great grand daughter due in March. Thanks

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  78. It's awesome, I love it: articles, projects, photos, format. Love the e-zine, esp the links to contributors! How cool is that. Great job, ladies.

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  79. Wonderful! Love the variety in the content...a few small projects, a bigger project , a couple of fun lists, some educational info and of course...some yummy looking recipes!!!!

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  80. Love the emag! Only have one suggestion and it's to use a less busy background in some of the articles, i.e. Do you Aurifil? The grey background texture blended with the lettering and made it difficult for me to read, even when zoomed in. Guess my eyes are not what they used to be. That's the only issue I had. Hope you keep up this great mag! Thanks for listening.

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  81. I love the emag! I really liked the variety of things you had. Can't wait for the next one.

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  82. Congrats on your new eMag. Great music choices and love the cookie recipe. A great recipe is always a sign of a great magazine.

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  83. What fun - now i want to go back and read... thanks for all the inspiration :):):)

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  84. Awesome! I love the ezine. Great articles, and wonderful format. So glad you can access it on the iPad as well. You are wonderful. Can't wait to make the quilt. Loved the story, and cookies sound delicious. Hope I win the Aurifil thread as I love it.

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  85. Awesome emag Ladies! I loved every page. Nice variety of articles and projects. I love that you can link to the contributors directly from the pages. I will definitely be watching for the next one.

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  86. I enjoyed your magazine. I really enjoyed the interview with Clare. I will have to get a copy of her book. It looks very interesting. I am looking forward to your next issue.

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  87. Im here from #talknt! Cant wait to peruse the emag tomorrow during lunch!

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  88. Great e-zine! You girls are so much fun! I really hope you'll be at Quilt Festival in Cincinnati in April because I'd love to meet you!

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  89. Its a very nice emagazine- I have read Some of Clare's books so I especially enjoyed the interview with her. I also loved the Heart Stood Still pattern.
    Thanks for sharing your magazine-I will be back to visit it again.
    Warmest regards from Western Canada
    Anna

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  90. You girls are outrageously artful and creative. LOVE LOVE LOVE. Keep up the good work. I LOVED zines when I was in high school...remember when they came to you in the mail on crazy papers and intricate pen and ink drawings? I love what you've done here.

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  91. Love it! Looking forward to the next one too!

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  92. great e-magazine enjoyed reading the information also follow you on Facebook. You are a busy lady!!!

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  93. This is so awesome!! I love it can't wait for the next issue! Bring on the Aurifil.

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  94. Fantastic e-Mag..LOVE the My Heart Stood Still pattern!! Congrats on this premier issue, and I look forward to more.

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  95. It took all my power not to drive half an hour just for rick rack to make some roses after browsing this magazine. Next time I have errands, though, I'm going to have to make a slight detour! Keep up the good work. :D

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  96. What a beautiful magazine!! I can't wait to sit down and really read it. Thank you so much.
    pam roever at yahoo dot com

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  97. I love the Mug Hug and the My Heart stood still pattern. The little hug is a cute and pretty simple gift to make for your friends and quilting buddies. Very creative magazine!

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  98. Love it! Great job! Bright colors. And 2 additions to the make me smile list: New Quilt/Craft magazines and new fabric!

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  99. Thanks for the pdf version. I'm addicted to my iPod! I'll be reading it again and again!

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  100. Hoping this isn't a double post it kicked me out before. Love the emag! So much great content!

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  101. Great new magazine, love Pat,s mug hug, must go back and read it again, very eye catching.

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  102. Awesome..love Mug Hug and Fabric Lollies..and everything...great variety..Look forward to future issues.

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  103. Love the free e-magazine! Also love "The Mis-Adventures of the Lizze B Girls"! Cute story.

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  104. I'm having some difficulty with Issuu - gives error - "A problem occurred while loading the viewer". From little I was able to read, I like Pat's Mug Hug. Want to enter the contest for thread and such so guess will try again tomorrow. Are there special requirements for using issuu viewer?

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  105. Beautiful. I think this may become a new quilty addiction. Thanks.

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  106. I glanced through it as it is 2:30am and way past my bedtime, but oh is it exciting. I just love the quilts you have in there, and I really love the coffee wrap. I have seen quite a few of them, but none as cute as that one, and I can't wait to get back online to try and make one for myself. Thanks. Love the e-mag, and thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. Looks beautiful... I think I'll download it to my ipod and read it tomorrow while I'm out at kids activities...

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  108. what a nice magazine !!!! lots of things to look at and read ; thanks for letting me see it @

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  109. What a wonderful way to start my morning. Thanks Pat Sloan for leading me to these talented ladies. Have bookmarked it so I can read and re-read it again! Can't wait for the next issue!

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  110. Very cool! Love the graphics, cute projects too! Have to go back and read the stories....

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  111. What a great new magazine! LOVE everything in it and can't wait to see future issues. You guys are so creative!

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  112. I really like the magazine and I have been using Aurifil for the past couple years. I love them. They are definitely better than regular thread for quilting.

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  113. GREAT Magazine, have skimmed through and will find time to read it "cover to cover", can't wait to see future issues. Have used Aurifil for many years and love it, lasts for ever.

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  114. I stopped by to check out the magazine because of Pat's blog. Then I had to stop to read the whole thing before my breakfast!
    Great magazine. Can't wait to check out Claire's books I love a mystery!
    The projects are great...mug hug, journals etc.
    I just have got some Auriful to try. I will have to compare....
    Thanks for the great, colourful and informative fun magazine.
    And for Liz H. fun story! It made me laugh!!!!
    Jo

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  115. I LOVE your magazine and plan to make several of the projects from it. I especially like the Mug Hug and the Irish Rose! I appreciate the chance to win some Aurifil thread too. Thanks!

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  116. I've only skimmed your new ezine, but it's downloaded to my iPad and I'm forcing myself to wait until next week to read it while hubby and I are driving from the east coast to the west coast. Well, he will be driving, I'll be reading.
    So far, it looks amazing!
    Sue

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  117. What a marvelous e-zine. Great projects and oh, my, the chance to win Aurifil threads! I'm already sewing with the Lana threads -- pure joy!

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  118. I love e-zines. Can't wait for future issues!

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  119. Oh My!!! My creative juices are flowing overtime, not enough time in the day to quilt, sew create already and I can see I will be burning the mid night oil. I want more Aurifil threads, my colors are so limited right now. Keep up the great work, I love the emag.

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  120. Love your new e-zine(so smart & sassy) & love Auriful thread(my longarm & Aurifil have been "dancing" together for years...)

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  121. Enjoyed your very creative online magazine! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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  122. Really great first issue - Looking forward to the next. I've never tried Aurifil thread -

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  123. Fantastic job. I just love the e-zine creativity. I'm looking forward to the next issue. I'm already planning on making several of the items in this one.

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  124. I enjoyed reading the magazine and thank Pat for directing me here :)
    I had trouble with some of the text but read most of it.
    Creativity is definitely a blessing and your new magazine is very creative!

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  125. I really like your magazine and some of the projects look very cute. Thanks for a chance to win the thread.

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  126. I love it! I really do. I loved the story, the interview, the projects and the giveaway! Cheers! Awesome job!

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  127. I would love to win the Aurifil thread.

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  128. Fun Magazine1 Please count me in on the giveaway - I would love to Auriful.

    Angie - http://craftedAngles.com
    angie@craftedAngles.com

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  129. What a fun mag Ladies! I'm going to share a link tomorrow :)

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  130. Great magazine. I love that you can print from the pdf! Would love the give away.

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  131. These are the wave of the future, with all the small portable devices coming out! I love the colors and artsy pages, you can enlarge and it is vibrant. The engine runs smoothly turning pages like you are flipping through a magazine. Very well done!! And the PDF part is awesome so you can save parts to your computer instead of trying to remember where in that magazine it is!

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  132. I am so glad I found this blog and the webpage! I love the emagizine and look forward to many more!
    Gale

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  133. Cute emag and I would love to win some thread!

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  134. very sweet emag. loved the variety.

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  135. Your emagazine is wonderful! So creative in so many ways!

    I Aurifil! And I'd love to win some more!

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  136. I'm ready to try some Aurifill! That was a ringing endorsement! It sounds fabulous!

    I really enjoyed the magazine. I'm a thumber-througher and then I go back and read more. So I'll be back and read more details!

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  137. I enjoyed the e-magazine. The crafts and the story - to be continued. Reminds me of the magazines I read growing up, you had to get the next one to finish. Good luck with this venture.

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  138. I had a fun trip through your Dream. Laugh. Create. e-zine!!! I loved the bright fund attitude of it! I look forward to the next addition.

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  139. I really like the great crafts. so fun and the stories are great too.

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  140. Great first issue! I loved all the projects and articles. Keep up the great work!

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  141. What a wonderful idea and great magazine, Thank you for all the great ideas.
    I will have to make the mug hug to go with my mug rugs.
    RoseMary

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  142. I love your new ezine. Next to fabric, quilt magazines are just about my very most favorite things in the quilt world.

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  143. Love the new ezine!! Love all your work in fact!!!

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  144. Maybe I missed it, but how do I save this to my computer for later perusing (and to print out any templates etc??? Help, please!!
    I flipped through it - what a great job you ladies did! Such fun little projects, I need to go back and read the "novel" - sounds like fun!
    Gerda in Alberta

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  145. Never mind, I figured it out. Click on the text beside the black dot under the iphone/ipad heading in the right sidebar. I now have it saved as a PDF to my computer. Thanks again!
    Gerda in Alberta

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  146. Love the magazine!! So easy to read..lots to see and do. Great job...I want more!!! Sharon in Ohio

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  147. Well, I love the format and I saw some stuff I think would be good to read. However I need new glasses and the print would not enlarge so I could read it with out eye strain. Other wise I would love to receive it.
    Tennye in Texas

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  148. I totally agree about Aurifil thread. I've been using it for several years and love the way it leaves so little lint compared to other quality threads. Besides the fact that you can fit so much on a bobbin, it makes great bobbin thread because it's so thin that it barely shows on the back of a quilt.

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  149. Love the new e-mag. Lots of color, and enjoy the recipes too.

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  150. Loved your new magazine and Liz's story was great. I was at a retreat this past weekend and a girl next to me was making a beautiful quilt. It was Rose Tinted Life. I wrote down all the info and then googled you. I am going to get that pattern.

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  151. I love your magazine. Different projects, stories, and news about my favorite thing -- Arifil thread. So many things to read - my new favorite mag! Can't wait to see what you come up with next.

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  152. I'm in love and feel truly rewarded for having to save some dollars by sadly letting some of my magazine subs go here at home. Your new magazine is amazing and I look forward to reading every page and offering you provide. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  153. Just love your e-zine! Especially "My Heart
    Stood Still" quilt. Look forward to the next
    issue. So glad I found your blog.

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  154. What a great new magazine! I really enjoyed the funny story and look forward to more. I'll have to make the rickrack Irish rose tomorrow. Love the Aurifil! Way to go.

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  155. This may just jump start my waning quilting mojo!
    Thanks.

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  156. Well, this is WONDERFUL! And free! I've added your button and I will be an avid follower. Thank you so much. LOVE the "My Heart Stood Still" quilt. I'm new at this, but can I print those directions, or do I have to write the directions down? I tried and tried but couldn't get anything to work. Maybe it's against the rules. I want to make that quilt so bad and don't have a computer in my sewing room upstairs. Help.

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  157. Polly... did you download the PDF of the e-Mag to your computer? When you do, you should be able to open it, select the pages you want to print, and you'll be ready to head up to your sewing room and SEW!

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  158. Love the magazine! So many fun things and great projects, especially the quilt. Can't wait for the next one!

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  159. Love everything about it....from the inspiration for me to create, the recipes and the laughs!!! Thanks so much for doing what all you do!! (I found out about Lizzie B Cre8tive at the show in Houston....and I am so glad I did....love your work :)

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  160. Great variety -- something to interest many different folks. The fiction is too cool, and I gotta make "My Heart Stood Still!" Oh yeah, and Princess Bride is the best -- "Hello! My name is Inigo Montoya. Prepare to die."

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  161. I just took a break from reading the first issue to say WELL DONE! :)

    Linda

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  162. love, Love, LOVE IT!!!! What a great job guys...love everything about it....I'll be back for more!!!!!
    :O)

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  163. WOW!.... great emagazine....and what awesome ideas from your guests.

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  164. Loved the emagazine! I can't wait for future issues!

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  165. loved the mag - is it downloadable? or do we have to read it from the blogpage?
    I agree about the Aurifil page being hard to read - - some fonts are more challenging for 'old eyes'...

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  166. Thanks for the fun issue--so inspiring!
    Karen in Breezy Point

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  167. I'm hugely impressed! You've really packed a lot into this e-zine. There seems to be something there for everyone. Congratulations! Of course, I now have more things on my "I really need to do this!" list!

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  168. Wonderful! I just hate having to wait for the next one.

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  169. i just loved the magazine have to read it a page or two at a time as am losing my eyesight and trying to read that wonderful stuff takes time, im 91 yrs young and avid quilte keep up the wood wor pat

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  170. Great job Lizzie B girls--what fun and great contributors, too!

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  171. I enjoyed reading your emag. I think the first project I need to make is that Irish rose, since it won't be long until St. Paddy's day.

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  172. Great magazine! I totally agree with all of you...love that Aurfil thread. Now, If I could just get one of my LQShops to carry it.

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  173. What a wonderful e-zine! I loved it, and I hope you all do well with this!
    I was in one of the worst moods with the second cold in two weeks, and you all got me smiling and dreaming of projects and Aurifil thread...now to look for fabulous fabric for the quick mug hug.

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  174. Great first issue! Glad I found it. Inspiration, fun projects and informative articles. Can't beat Aurifil thread!

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  175. Thanks so much for a wonderful emagazine , wow I was impressed and it was a delight to read . I have never tried Aurifil thread but it sounds like I should ;-)

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  176. Your magazine is a refreshing change. Love the stories. I've used Aurifil threads in the past. they are very nice but not readily available in my neck of the north woods!

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  177. I loved your magazine...best price ever! I agree with the praises for Aurifil thread. It has become my hands down favorite thread for almost anything. =!=

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  178. I love this magazine. We can't find novels about quilting in Holland that much. Maybe I will order overseas one time. The rest was also fun to read!!

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  179. Wonderful e-zine! It's so cool to read a magazine online and be able to link to a live video tutorial. Technology is awesome. I look forward to future issues.

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  180. Fabulous eMag. Thank you thank you thank you. Will be a loyal fan forever. Met you in Phoenix in Jan. Your booth was the happiest place in the show. Your love of what you create comes through loud and clear.

    Diane in AZ

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  181. So colorful and fun!!! Love the different looks and of course the whimsey! Great job, my favorite ezine yet! Thank you!

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  182. I'd love to try the thread.
    Cool e-magazine.

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  183. Love the e-mag, will be back to read it more fully! So Creative!

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  184. OMG Love it! Love it! You have a masterpiece on your hands!

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  185. I loved everything about it!!! Pat's cup cozy, the cookies, the green rosebud. Loved reading about the designers. Can't wait to see more!!

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  186. LOVE the mag. Headed to the printer for a "hard copy." (Let me know if I'm breaking the rules printing it. I'll check back.) I'm just not techno-savvy. I want to hold it in my hands!

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  187. Enjoyed your e-zine. Glad you discovered Aurifil.

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  188. Glanced through it today but can't wait to read through it in detail. I have a granddaughter on the way. I am going to look and see if there is a way to download it so I can read it while in the waiting room.

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