Special Offer: Two Quiltmaker Subscriptions for the Price of One!

Thinking about subscribing to Quiltmaker? There are two great special offers available now for all of our regular visitors and blog hoppers.

Coming up in Quiltmaker: A new Mystery Quilt series from Bonnie Hunter in March/April ’13, May/June ’13, July/Aug ’13 and Sept/Oct ’13. Plus 2013 is Quiltmaker’s Year of Applique showcasing a variety of applique techniques all year long. Subscribe now so you don’t miss an issue!

QMK blogimage20121 Special Offer: Two Quiltmaker Subscriptions for the Price of One!

  1. Send a FREE gift subscription to someone special: For the holidays, subscribe or renew your subscription to Quiltmaker magazine at our special low rate and give a 1-year gift subscription to someone special—absolutely FREE! That’s 2 subscriptions for the price of 1! (Offer valid in the U.S. only for a limited time.) 2-for-1 offer: New Subscriptions or Renewals.
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  3. Download the Quilting Motifs Collection for FREE: Get our exclusive Quilting Motifs Collection FREE with your paid subscription! You’ll get 12 original, easy-to-use quilting motifs along with three helpful articles and two favorite quilt patterns. (Offer valid worldwide.) Free gift offer: New Subscriptions Only.

Please Note: These special offers cannot be combined.

BONUS chance to win an issue of 100 Blocks Vol. 6: When you subscribe or renew by 3 pm MST, Monday, November 12 using one of these special offers, leave a comment here and I’ll pick someone to win a copy of 100 Blocks Vol. 5.

The winner is: Becky G., comment #7

About June Dudley

I'm the Editor-in-Chief of Quiltmaker magazine. I have enjoyed quilting for many years. And I love to collect fabric, thread, books and all things quilty. I especially like batiks, bright colors, florals, dots, stripes and anything purple or teal.
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17 Responses to Special Offer: Two Quiltmaker Subscriptions for the Price of One!

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  5. Judy A says:

    I usually get my mag from the craft store where I shop!

  6. Sher7753 says:

    I just renewed my Quiltmaker subscription for 2 years.

  7. June Young says:

    I just subscribed on October 24th.

  8. Gale Yawn says:

    I am subscribed to your newsletter, to Quiltmaker magazine (because of Bonnie Hunter), and a fan on facebook. I’ve done all of these for years now! I’d love to win this issue of 100 blocks and I’d especially love to have that gorgeous coffee mug!

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  10. Sandy says:

    I am subscribed!

    -Sandy
    wrybbunz@gmail.com

  11. Becky G says:

    This is a nice blog tour, i’ve bookmarked several new-to-me blogs. When i saw you will have a mystery with Bonnie Hunter in your 2013 magazines, i bought a subscription…. (2 for one special). These are the ONLY subscriptions i have.
    I was delighted to learn her wild goosy (?) block will also be featured. Thanks for your generousity!

  12. Sheila MacDonell says:

    I love quilting and I wish I had more time, hope to have that time when I retire. I love exploring though the magazines if it is looking for a pattern or just thumbing though very enjoyable.

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  14. lind says:

    Just my luck. I just sent in a postcard last week to sign up for a 2 year subscription!!

  15. Judy Urban says:

    What a deal will do with my sister.

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  17. carol kennison says:

    I liked the block design by Laura Nownes in seehowwesew. the Zen Restaurant room divider being the inspiration. I like the idea of taking our environment or things we see and implementing them into something new.

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