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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Advertisment Information

Hi everyone,

I've added a new option for Ad space in Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine.  This is an affordable option for anyone who would like to promote their blog, a small Etsy shop, stitching groups or supplies for sale.

Community Ads are only $12.00 for 30 words or less.  These will be available starting with the Autumn 2015 issue.

Here is a complete list of Ad Rates and information:

Advertisement Information for Crazy Quilt Quarterly Magazine and other Publications
  • Business Card Ad - $40.00 (2 inches high X 3.5 inches wide - pixels:  600 X 1050)
  • Quarter Page Ad - $75.00 (5.5 inches high X 4.25 inches wide - pixels:  1650 X 1275)
  • Half Page Ad - $150.00 (5.5 inches high X 8.5 inches wide - pixels:  1650 X 2550)
  • Full Page Ad - $300.00 (11 inches high X 8.5 inches wide - pixels:  3300 X 2550)
  • Back Cover - $400.00 (11 inches high X 8.5 inches wide - pixels:  3300 X 2550)
  • Community Ad - $12.00 (30 words or less) - Advertise your blog, Etsy shop, stitching group, supplies for sale, etc.
  • Ad graphics must be high resolution JPEG images 300 DPI
  • Graphics must be provided by vendor
  • Payment must accompany ad copy 
  • Payment to be made via PayPal
  • Ad copy and payment must be received 3 months prior to publication release date.
Ad Deadlines
Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine Fall 2015
release date:  August 1, 2015
Ad deadline:  May 1, 2015
Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine Winter 2015
release date:  November 1, 2015
Ad deadline:  August 1, 2015

Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine Spring 2016
release date:  February 1, 2016
Ad deadline:  November 1, 2015

Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine Summer 2016
release date:  May 1, 2016
Ad deadline:  February 1, 2016
For more information on placing an ad in Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine, please contact me.
 
Also, I am now accepting Business Card Ads for the 2016 Crazy Quilt Calendar to be released on September 1st, 2015.  Business Card Ads are $40.00 each.  Please email me if you would like to place an Ad.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Brenda Sandusky Television Interview

I had to post this!  Brenda Sandusky, the cover girl for the Summer issue of Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine was interviewed by her local television station.  She talked about Crazy Quilting and the interview was absolutely delightful!

Click this link to watch Brenda's interview!


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Calling For Embroidered Spiderweb Photos

I haven't gotten to sew up my finished projects yet.  I guess at this moment, assembling isn't what I feel like doing!

For today, I'm putting the call out for Embroidered Spiderweb photos:

If you've created spiderwebs on your crazy quilts, please send me photos!  300 DPI.
I will publish them in the Autumn issue of Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine. 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Stitching Time

After wrapping up the Summer issue of Crazy Quilt Quarterly magazine (it will be available on May 1st.), I took a little break from blogging and Facebook and spent some extra time stitching.  These are the pieces I stitched:


These will be little purses as you can see by the frames at the top.


These 2 will be sewn into pillows.

And this is my current stitching project:

For the pieces that are finished, I'm going to go pull some fabrics and get everything cut so I can sew them together tomorrow.  I don't like to get too far behind on finishing.  It's not my favorite part of the process.



Sunday, April 12, 2015

$30.00 At The Flea Market

I'm always amazed at how much cool stuff I can find at a Flea Market for a small amount of money.  I spent $30.00 today at the Flea Market in Wilmot Wisconsin and this is what I got for my money:

A  nice variety of beads!

Some jewelry pieces that I can take apart for the beads.

More pieces that I can take apart for the beads and I thought I could use that little Partridge In A Pear Tree brooch on a Christmas door hanger!

Finally, a little vintage kitty for my collection.  I don't buy too much in the way of collectibles anymore.  I have plenty of pretty little collectible things but I do have an affinity for sweet little vintage cat figurines.  They have to have pretty little faces.  One of these days, I'll take you on a tour of my little cat collection.  I just find them at flea markets and antique shops.  I guess there's nothing wrong with being a crazy cat lady!

Anyway, that's my Flea Market treasure for today!




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