91 magazine

Photo by James Royall

One thing I love about the internet is the way it allows talented people to share their work with relatively little financial cost.

Would Caroline Taylor (Patchwork Harmony) have been able to successfully launch a paper and ink magazine in today’s climate without serious backing? Probably not. But online? Now that’s a different story.

I discovered 91 magazine earlier this year, and immediately knew I had to be involved. I mean, who wouldn’t want to be part of such a creative team?

So I was very pleased when Caroline asked me to write ‘In pursuit of craftiness’, the seller spotlight feature in the summer issue. Check it out on page 14-17.

Photo from Inkkit / Etsy

But don’t stop there. The magazine is packed full of breathtaking images, interesting and entertaining features, and loads of great tips to inspire you in your own home and life in general.

Have a browse and let those creative juices flow.

Photo from Lola’s Room / Etsy

Oh, and don’t forget to take a look at the contributors page and check out their individual blogs and websites. Like I said, there are a lot of talented people out there.

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5 thoughts on “91 magazine

  1. Welcome to the blog world! A little bit exciting seeing my picture up on someone else’s website (as well as the mag). I loved your curation in 91 Magazine. Beautifully put together.

    • Thanks for commenting Michelle, and for your kind words. I absolutely love your photos… have been checking out your blog too, and dreaming about one day being able to take such gorgeous pictures. Really should get practicing…!

  2. Pingback: 91 magazine – issue 4 | glass jars & photographs

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