A few weeks ago, I took out a subscription to Australian Homespun magazine. It had popped up around quilting blogland but I could never find it at a quilting store or newstand around here, even the ones that stock other Australian magazines. Then I found Stonehouse Publications online. They are the US and Canadian distributors for Homespun (and more). A subscription is pricey compared to US magazines like McCall's Quilting, but I figured it would be fun to try.
My first issue arrived this week. It is issue no. 73 (vol. 10 no. 6). They are not dated but I think it came out in June because the mini-article on the next issue refers to it as the "Christmas in July" issue. Must take a little longer to get this far. Anyway, it did not disaapoint. I especially like the circle quilt on the cover and am already planning to make it in a collection of scrap fabrics I've saved that coordinate with our tv room decor.
I like this issue so much, I just ordered two back issues from Stonehouse. I'll report in when they arrive.