"You go from strength to strength. Flair is becoming the market leader for machine embroiderers on account of the variety and the quality of the articles. The presentation and layout are the best in the business and so easy on the eye: the technical information is easy to understand and pitched at exactly the right level. There is something for us all to learn."
|Jeanette Taylor's version of the Wishes and Worries rag doll (issue 11) that she made for her youngest grandaughter.|
"I love your magazine. It's so informative."
"Your magazine is lovely. It continues to improve and must be one of the best on offer at the moment. Continue the good work. I look forward to every issue."
"I'm a new subscriber to your magazine and I love it."
"I do so love Flair and look forward to it."
"I absolutely love your magazine. The projects are wonderful, lots of different ideas."
"I subscribe to your magazine from Australia and I for one thoroughly enjoy the mix of articles, so please do not change the current concept. I have just renewed my subscription for another year and so, for me, you and your team must be doing a fantastic job already. Thanks and warm regards to my stitching partners across the miles."
|"This is my take on Janet Carley's Token of Affection (issue 12).
Perfect for Christmas, thanks again for another great issue."
"I just want to say that I love Flair Magazine completely. I have been a patchworker for many years, but over the last five years I have let the machine embroidery bug bite me and I can now see how the two hobbies can become one."
"For years I have struggled to understand the technical side (different software for different makes of machine, formats, etc.) but after having read the PC section and letters from other readers, I realise I am not alone, and now have a much better understanding – you make it sound so simple and easy."
"I enjoy the magazine and find the computer tips very helpful – I have just completed the 'de-frag' on my laptop. My husband always used to do this kind of thing for me before he was ill, so I feel this is one more thing I've learned to do for myself. I look forward to more articles on using 4D software – I don't find the manuals particularly helpful. I think they assume a greater knowledge than many people have – your articles seem to start from the basics. I wish you continued success."
"Thank you for Flair – I love it! Will you please thank Tori Keegan for the computer pages? I have just bought a computer with Windows Vista© and I am having some problems, so I am following her lessons. They are so easy to follow and just about the amount I can cope with."
"I subscribe to other magazines, but Flair is the one I love and look forward to the most."
Reel Bag (issue 7)"I was so impressed at how easily they went together and the instructions were spot on. ... Thanks for a lovely magazine, there is always something new to learn."
"All our group members are impressed with the range of subjects and projects articles in Flair and think it's a breath of fresh air in the UK."
"Love Flair and how friendly and inspirational the articles are. By that I mean when I read the magazine it feels like I am having a good 'sewing gossip' with friends."
"I LOVE Flair! I buy it in the US and plan to subscribe. I really enjoyed Issue 14."
"I absolutely love your magazine; the projects are wonderful with lots of different ideas to inspire me."