I found out about Primitive Quilts when it was recommended HERE by Lori. She has a great discussion about quilting magazines and the trends they are currently going through. I couldn't agree more with her opinions, so when she talked about Primitive Quilts, I got very curious.
As a result, I picked this issue up at Joanne's the other day and I must say... I LOVE IT! I filled out the subscription card before I finished reading the magazine. It is such a lovely design and the content is exactly my style, even though I don't consider myself "primitive" in my quilting style per se. It is full of inviting photos and interesting projects that I would like to actually make. The graphics are really clever and promote the quilt elements in such a lovely way.
Most of my quilting magazines have about a six month life-span around here. After that, I tear out the projects or info that I want to keep (if any) and then pass the magazine along to someone else (usually on the take-this-stuff-its-free table at guild.) But this magazine might not be so easy to part with...I can see it keeping Quiltmania and Quilt Sampler editions company on the shelf in my sewing room.
Thanks for the great recommendation Lori! (and the bottom photo in the collage above is a quilt made by her in the issue shown!)