Monday, September 25, 2017

A new issue of Modern by the Yard!

Hello, modern quilters (and all quilt lovers)! Today we're proud to introduce the latest issue of our modern e-zine, Modern by the Yard.

How does it work? 
Easy! Just click on the button below, and you'll be taken to the e-zine. Once there, you can use your mouse to "turn" the pages and read the entire magazine. You can also save the pdf to your computer and print pages for future reference. We hope you enjoy the issue!




Here's a little sneak peek to entice you: 

The cover

Projects: 
by Sandra Walker; featuring the Bree collection by Nancy Halvorsen
by Sarah Goer; featuring the Fleurish collection from Kanvas

by Amy Friend; featuring her Improv collection

 

by Lisa Swenson Ruble; featuring the All's Wool that Ends Wool collection


Debby Kratovil's Modern with a Twist column:

The issue also includes a profile on modern designer Amy Friend, a fabric gallery, a free project gallery, and more! Check it out!
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9 comments:

  1. How do I save a pattern, I tried left and right click, but neither had a "save as" come up. Lovely designs, and so easy to read in larger prints as well.

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    1. Nancy, when you're looking at the magazine, in the lower right corner you should see a download icon (usually an arrow pointing down over a horizontal line or box). If you click on that, you should be able to download. If you're still having issues, let us know. Thanks!

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    2. I found it, I saved it, thank you so much for the help!!!

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  2. Not able to save patterns, please help! These are fantastic!

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    1. Patti, when you're looking at the magazine, in the lower right corner you should see a download icon (usually an arrow pointing down over a horizontal line or box). If you click on that, you should be able to download. If you're still having issues, let us know. Thanks!

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  3. I right-clicked on the actual e-book on this page and I could save it that way.

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  4. help!!! it looks so enticing, but i can't get into the patterns themselves! how is it done!!!!!
    shoshana s5821140@gmail.com ps, looks like i put my question in the wrong place, so i'm copyinjg it here!!!!!

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