Fabricate is aimed at quilters like you and me. And it will be available as both a PDF and a print copy.
|This is not the actual first copy,|
but gives you an idea of what Fabricate will be offering.
Kerry is an innovative and talented quilter. Just look at a very small sampling of items she has made. You may recognise the dogs quilt from the Festival of Quilts this past summer. You can see some of the Spoonflower fabrics she has designed here. (And she makes the most amazing chocolates - my kind of person through and through!) But Kerry also has a background in
Launching a new magazine is no small feat. But all of us can help with no risk on our part. You can sign up for one issue, or six months, or a year. You can even buy advertising if you have a business that would benefit from reaching a wider audience. Sign up, pay with PayPal, and if for whatever reason Kerry fails to raise the necessary funds your money will be automatically refunded. The first issue will be landing on my doorstep. And I cannot wait. What about you?
You can hear more about Fabricate from Kerry herself here. She tells it much better than me. And you can sign up to receive your
As an added bonus, if you spread the word about Fabricate on your blog Kerry will put you in for a draw for a $25 gift voucher to Pink Castle Fabrics. Funnily enough, I didn't read that bit until I was almost finished writing this post. I am doing this because I like Kerry, and I love the idea of another innovative and modern quilting magazine being available.