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issue 90Issue 90 - October 2012 ($10)

  • The Taupe Tide
  • Threads of Truth
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • In the Mood: Music to Shop By
  • Hack Attack
  • 20 Proven Types of Blog Posts

issue 89Issue 89 - August 2012 ($10)

  • Charter Member Snapshops
  • Teach the Children Well
  • FabShop Members at Market Showcase
  • Gift Cards-Plan Now for Holiday Profits
  • Does Your Inventory Speak to Your Customers
  • Merchandising Before Markdowns

issue 88Issue 88 - June 2012 ($10)

  • The State of the Fabric Industry Discussion
  • Quilt Market Sampler
  • Planning Your Social Media Campaign
  • Weathering the Storm
  • Making Connections
  • Manage Your Online Reputation.

issue 87Issue 87 - April 2012 ($10)

  • Using the 5 Senses to Increase Sales
  • Merchant Accounts: Negotiage a Better Deal
  • The Internet: Friend or Foe?
  • The Modern Quilt Guilt Movement
  • Buzzer-Beating Customer Service
  • Star Awards

issue 86Issue 86 - February 2012 ($10)

  • What's the Forecast?
  • Promote a 'New' You, 'New' Store in 2012
  • What's Trending? The Elephant in the Room
  • Why is Inventory Turn Important?
  • Buzzer-Beating Customer Service
  • Displays That Trigger Impulse Buying

issue 85Issue 85 - December 2011 ($10)

  • Fall Quilt Market
    Must Haves
  • POS Software:
    To Buy or Leases?
  • Stop Shipping Away Your Profits
  • Profitable Events
  • Banish Shop Blues
  • Chain Store Strategies

issue 84Issue 84 - October 2011 ($10)

  • Supersize Your Sales
  • New Fabric Collections Sneak Peek
  • Pioneers and Rebels
  • "No Thanks, I'm Just Looking"
  • Charter Member Snapshots
  • Growing Into Adjacencies to Grow Your Business

issue 83Issue 83 - August 2011 ($10)

  • Pint-Size Style Show Brings in the Moms
  • Organic Cotton
  • Deal or No Deal: Group Coupons
  • Disaster Planning
  • Give your Website a Checkup
  • Rethinking the Holiday Buying Season

issue 82Issue 82 - June 2011 ($10)

  • Trade Secrets
  • How to Retire Samples
  • Red & White Trends
  • Shared Stitches
  • 2011 FabShop Star Award Honorees
  • Exciting New Fabrics by Emerging Designers

issue 81Issue 81 - April 2011 ($10)

  • Fabshop Participates in Inaugural AIR Summit
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • Pattern Publishing Protection
  • Working with your Guild for a Win-Win
  • 7 Steps to e-Newsletter Success
  • Putting it Together: Form + Functionl

issue 80Issue 80 - February 2011 ($10)

  • Cotton Prices: Shopowner Perspectives
  • The Pattern Business
  • Rethinking Year-End Procedures
  • Member Profiles: Pieceful Quilting, Calico Gals and Calico Gals
    Harborview, and Charlotte's Sew Natural and Charlotte's Bargain Fabric & Stitchery
  • Designer Profile: Joan Hawley, Lazy Girl Designs
  • Vendor Profile: Marcus Fabrics Celebrating its centennial

issue 79Issue 79 - December 2010 ($10)

  • Cotton Prices Looking Forward
  • 2011 Predictions
  • Does Your Classroom Earn an "A"?
  • Quilt Market Sampler
  • Undercover CEO Panel
  • Fun with Laminates

issue 78Issue 78 - October 2010 ($10)

  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • Member Snapshots:
    • Colchester mill Fabrics
    • Fabric Cafe
    • Pennington Quilt Works
  • Vendor Profile: Elizabeth's Studio, LLC.
  • Designer Profile: Mark Cesarik
  • Sewing and Quilting Teacher at Your Fingertips
  • Employment Survey

issue 77Issue 77 - September 2010 ($10)

  • Consumer Online Shopping Habits
  • Member Profiles:
    • Eagle Creek Quilt Shop
    • Sew, Mama, Sew
    • Stonemountain & Daughter Fabrics
  • Celebrating the American Barn
  • Exploring the Modern Phenomenon
  • Convert Abandoned Shopping Carts to Sales
  • What's Modern about The Modern Quilt Guild .com?

issue 76Issue 76 - June 2010 ($10)

  • Quilting in America™ 2010 Survey
  • A Quilting Books Survey
  • How to Sell More Books
  • Designer Profile: Jackie Clark
  • An "It's All About Kids" Sampler
  • What Health Care Reform Means for Your Small Business

issue 75Issue 75 - May 2010 ($10)

  • The International Survey of Quilting Today
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • What if All You Need is A Kick in the Seat of the Pants?
  • Business Planning + Employee Buy-in = Business Turnaround
  • Increase Average Sale Per Customer With Add-On Sales
  • What's Next? Insiders Weigh In

issue 74Issue 74 - February 2010 ($10)

  • Retreats: Overnight Success
  • To Catch a Thief
  • Designer Profile: Amy Butler
  • A POS System
  • Retail Lessons Learned From a Former Newbie
  • After “You’re Hired”: Developing Your Employees
  • Weathering the Recession and Poised for Growth

issue 73Issue 73 - December 2009 ($10)

  • Postcard Power
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter
  • Good Employees are not Found: They are Created
  • The Light at the End of the Tunnel
  • Why Don't I have any Money? My Business Shows a Profit!
  • Navigating the Murky Waters of Web Statistics

issue 72Issue 72 - August 2009 ($10)

  • The Cutting Edge: Quilters and Sewers Discover Japanese Fabrics and Projects.
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections.
  • Worker's Compensation: Safety Measures Control Costs.
  • Facing Off Against the Flu.
  • Quilt Market Undercover: Lessons You Can Learn to Entice Your Customer.
  • Free Publicity is Easier Than You Think.

issue 71Issue 71 - August 2009 ($10)

  • The Cutting Edge: Sewing
    for Children
  • Why You Should Do Windows
  • How to Negotiate a Better Lease
  • Why is Inventory Control Important? It's All About the Cash Flow
  • Making Sense of Social Media: Twitter

issue 70Issue 70 - June 2009 ($10)

  • The Gray Market–A Growing Problem for Shopowners
  • The Cutting Edge: Sewing With Selvages
  • Mary Clark: Always in Stitches
  • A Quilt Market Sampler
  • Promote Your Shop and Products Via Web Video
  • Insurance Assurance
issue 69Issue 69 - April 2009 ($10)
  • 2008 Wrap-Up
  • Better Together
  • Hosting a Retreat
  • Ring Up Sales Block by Block
  • 10 Ways Businesses Cheat Themselves out of Publicity
  • Web Cents: Blogging for Business
issue 64Issue 68 - February 2009 ($10)
  • Pleasant Dreams in a Challenging Economy
  • Play Up Your U.S. - Made Inventory
  • Profit from the Precut Craze
  • Record Retention Guide
  • Money on the Shelf: 8 Tips for Tracking Inventory
  • How Has the Credit Crunch Affected Your Business?
issue 67Issue 67 - December 2008 ($10)
  • Crafting Memories
  • Savvy Batting Buying
  • Oatmeal by the Yard... Comfort on a Bolt!
  • Develop a Staff of Ambassadors
  • Tools for Trimming Overhead Expense
  • Stop the Train: I Wanna Get Off
issue 66Issue 66 - October 2008 ($10)
  • Right Foot, Left Foot, Square Foot: Where Do You Stand?
  • Jewelry Making's Soft Side: Using Fabrics in New Ways
  • ABC's of Retail Marketing
  • Quilt Sampler's Fall 2008 Featured Shops
  • Sneak Peek New Fabric Collections
  • Tales from the Edge: Deciphering the Selvage
issue 65Issue 65 - August 2008 ($10)
  • Tis the Season to Start Sewing Gifts: Make the Sale with Quick
    and Simple Projects
  • Modern Heirlooms: Sewing for Babies & Children
  • The Cotton Patch Celebrating 30 Big Years
  • The Greening of Today's Fibers and Fabrics
  • Seven Tips for Keeping Shoplifters at Bay
  • Disaster Planning for Your Shop
issue 64Issue 64 - July 2008 ($10)
  • Aprons are Back!
  • The Greening of Today's Fibers and Fabrics
  • Four C's for Shop Teachers
  • Will Rising Gas Prices Mean Falling Sales?
  • Out with the Old and in With the Profits
  • Establishing an Online Presence
issue 63Issue 63 - April 2008 ($10)
  • 2007 Wrap Up
  • 2008: The Year of the Skirt!
  • Portland Area FabShop Members Shopping Preview
  • Western Washington Shop Hop
  • New Fabric Collections
  • Shopowner Expectations of Sales Reps
  • Overdyeing 101: Beyond Black and White
issue 62Issue 62 - February 2008 ($10)
  • Trends & Predictions 2008
  • Ride the Project
    Runway Wave
  • It's Service, Service, Service
  • Quilt Sampler's Spring 2008 Featured Shops Q&A
  • Think Outside the Bag
issue 61Issue 61 - December 2007 ($10)
  • Machine Quilting: A Retail Opportunity
  • Quilting + Sewing = Resurgence
  • Emotions Are Contagious
  • Banishing Burnout
  • Rules of the Road: Employee Handbooks
issue 60Issue 60 - October 2007 ($10)
  • The Sweet Sense of Success: Multisensory Marketing
  • Member Profile: Hamels Fabrics
  • Sneak Peek...New fabric Collections
  • TV Guest Spots Pack a Powerful Punch
  • Vendor Profile: Cmaelot Cottons:Creating Art on Fabric
  • Handmade Toys Big Business for the Holiday Season
issue 59Issue 59 - August 2007 ($10)
  • A Fresh Look at Preprinted Panels
  • Branding for Small Business Success
  • Quilt Sampler's Fall 2007 Featured Shops
  • Are You a Great Store Manager?
    Ten Personal Skills To Test Yourself On
  • Designer Insight: Fran Morgan
issue 58Issue 58 - June 2007 ($10)
  • Survival of the Fittest
  • Power of the Purse: Marketing to Women
  • Booth Displays that WOW!
  • Advertising by Ambush
  • Rack Up New Business
issue 57Issue 57 - April 2007 ($10)
  • 2007 Color Trends
  • Harness the Power of Blogs
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • Grab Customers Via Email
  • 2006 Wrap-Up Stats

issue 56Issue 56 - February 2007 ($10)
  • Opportunity Knocks - Every Time the Phone Rings
  • Quilt Sampler's Spring 2007 Featured Shops
  • Rx for a Sick Website
  • ShopHop Profile: Southern California Quilters' Run
  • National Decorating Month Celebrates Do-It-Yourself
issue 55 Issue 55 - December 2006 ($10)
  • QuiltPink at Mall of America
  • Winners of the FabShop Challenges
  • FabShop Market Kick-Off Party Wrap-Upt
  • Re-energize & Revitalize
  • Not Your Average Dating Game
issue 54 Issue 54 - October 2006 ($10)
  • Big Box News- Big Bust or Bog Opportunity
  • Member Profile: Tea & Textiles
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • How Distributors Are Using Technology Today
  • Vendor Profile: M & S Textiles
issue 53 Issue 53 - August 2006 ($10)
  • Oh! Baby Opportunities Abound With Nursery Decor
  • Growing Your Customer Base
  • Favorite Finds from Quilt Market
  • Was I In Your Shop?
  • Business Plan Basics for Busy Shopowners
issue 52 Issue 52 - June 2006 ($10)
  • Bringing in Tomorrow's Quiltmaker
  • Reinventing Your Store
  • Putting the Customer Back in Customer Service
  • Inspiration on Tour: MODA Lab
  • Member Profile: Creations
issue 51Issue 51 - April 2006 ($10)
  • Echo Boomers Keep the Industry Strong
  • Care & Feeding of a Sales Rep
  • Sneak Peek: new fabric Collections
  • The Power of Suggestion
  • NEW Member Profile: Bolt
issue 50 Issue 50 - February 2006 ($10)
  • Buying 101
  • Tips for Cutting Expenses
  • Employee Data Security
  • Holding the (Bottom) Line When Costs Rise
  • Member Profile: Quilted Treasures
issue 49Issue 49 - November/December 2005 ($10)
  • Planning for Disaster
  • Year-End Inventory Counts in Three Easy Steps
  • Favorite Finds from Quilt Market
  • The Monster of Gossip
  • Shop Hop Profile: Central Kansas
issue 48Issue 48 - September/October 2005 ($10)
  • How Much Should I Buy? Open-to-Buy Planning
  • Fighting Competition from Non-Legitimate Businesses
  • Credit Cards, The 20th century Money - Part 1
  • Use In-Store Displays to Create a Unique Postcard Campaign
  • Member Profile: The Quilting Hen
issue 46 Issue 46 - May/June 2005 ($10)
  • Increase Average Sales
  • Ring in Christmas All Year Long With Clubs!
  • 12 Tips for Better Web Sales
  • Maintain a Good Credit Rating
  • In the Mood: Music to Shop By
issue 45Issue 45 - March/April 2005 ($10)
  • Ways to Increase Gross Profit
  • Take the Leadership Challenge - Part 2
  • Money on the Shelf: 8 Tips for Tracking Inventory
  • How Much Is Your Business Worth
  • Vendor Profile: CLOTHWORKS
issue 44Issue 44 - January/February 2005 ($10)
  • Tools for Trimming Overhead Expenses
  • Get Organized! Sewing Space Inspiration
  • Take the Leadership Challenge
  • 10 Things You Can Do Now That Will Pay Off BIG Later
  • Member Profile: A Common Thread, Lake Oswego, Oregon
issue 43 Issue 43 - November/December 2004 ($10)
  • FabShop's Display Contest Winners!
  • Frugal Fran Says..."Yes, You Can!"
  • New Credit Card Security Requirements
  • Shop Samples: Fast and Fun...Host a Sew-A-Sample Night
  • What are Your Customers Thinking? ...Survey's That Work
  • 10 Easy Ways to Add Home Decorating to Your Shop
issue 42 Issue 42 - September/November 2004 ($10)
  • First Lady Laura Bush Visits Gruber's Quilt Shop
  • Sneak Peek: New Fabric Collections
  • Member Profile: Quilters Corner, Finleyville, PA
  • Niche Marketing
  • The Factoring Story
  • Fall Quilt Sampler Features Ten FabShop Members
  • The Hidden Benefits of Market
issue 41 Issue 41 - July/August 2004 ($10)
  • Want to Change Your Business? Start by Changing Yourself
  • Double (& Roll) Trouble - A Manufacturer's Look at Bolt Shortages
  • Bag Ladies Are Hot!
  • Vendor Profile: Avlyn, Inc.
  • Ten Commandments for Shop Teachers
issue 40 Issue 40 - May/June 2004 ($10)
  • How To Be Competitive In Today's Market
  • Ten Things Your Customers May Not Have Told You
  • Make Your Classroom Pay
  • Where Did That Inventory Go?
  • Member Profile: The Sewing Bird, Charlotte, NC
issue 39 Issue 39 - March/April 2004 ($10)
  • Integrating a POS and Accounting Software
  • Capitalizing on a Trend: The Red Hat Society
  • Vendor Profile: Benartex
  • On and Off the Clock
  • Note This: Memory Joggers for a Profitable Trade Show Visit
Issue 38 - January/February 2004 ($7)
  • Hopping Through Town - A Tour of Cresco, Iowa
  • What's in the Copyright? Part 2 of 3
  • Member Profile: The Cotton Patch
  • Quilt Sampler Honorees
  • Choosing the Right Form of Entity to Run Your Business
Issue 37 - November/December 2003 ($7)
  • Employment Law Hot Topic at Member Dinner
  • Taking Inventory in Three Easy Steps
  • Vendor Profile: Kona Bay Fabrics
  • Quilting in AmericaTM 2003
Issue 36 - September/October 2003 ($7)
  • Fat Quarter Frenzy
  • Copyright - What is it?
  • Member Profile: Gallagher's Café, Quilt Shop, and Retreat & Conference Center
  • Jean Wells Keenan: People + Planning = Success
  • Avoid ID Theft... Secure Your Computers
Issue 35 - July/August 2003 ($7)
  • Thou Shalt Offer Classes
  • Don't Let Time Thieves Steal Your Profit
  • Vendor Profile: Hoffman California Fabrics
  • Website Statistics: Measuring Success
Issue 34 - May/June 2003 ($7)
  • Crime Prevention - A Hop Topic at Membership Dinner
  • Member Profile: Quilt Country, Lewisville, Texas
  • Choosing a Point-of-Sale System for a Quilt Shop
  • Stop That Shoplifter!
  • Improving Your Website Usablity
Issue 33 - March/April 2003 ($7)
  • Tips to Make the Best of Your Market Trip
  • Ten Ways to Make Your Shop More Secure
  • Vendor Profile: Robert Kaufman Fabrics
  • Publicity Secrets that Spark Sales
Issue 32 - January/February 2003 ($7)
  • Cost-Savings Stategies
  • Worker's Compensation Insurance
  • Quilt Sampler 2003 Featured Shops
  • Commemorate 200 Years of Lewis & Clark
Issue 31 - November/December 2002 ($7)
  • Annual Suppliers Panel Features Notions Distributors
  • Member Profile: Liberty Quilt Shop
  • "Best Of" Award Announced
  • Merchant Credit Cards Costs - Do You Know Yours?
Issue 30 - September/October 2002 ($7)
  • Negotiate A Better Lease
  • Merchandise Planning: Back to the Basics
  • Let Your Fingers Do the Walking
  • Employee Appreciation: Holiday Gifting
Issue 29 - July/August 2002 ($7)
  • Not Your Average "Dating Game"
  • Member Profile: Great American Quilt Factory
  • Funding Expansion Through Bank Financing
  • Understanding Loan Agreements
  • Do You Know What Your Insurance Covers?
Issue 28 - May/June 2002 ($7)
  • Choosing a Point-of-Sale System
  • Member Profile: It's A Stitch
  • Joining the Fight Against Breast Cancer
  • Plan for a Profit-Making Classroom
  • Nominations for "Best of" Fabric Vendors
Issue 27 - March/April 2002 ($7)
  • Employee Theft: The Profit Killer
  • To Sell or Liquidate: That's the Question
  • Setting Up an Internship
  • Surveying the "Landscape" for Basics
  • Web Graphics 101
Issue 26 - January/February 2002 ($7)
  • What's On the Bolt? Are You Coming Up Short?
  • Member Profile: Material Possessions - Wendy Hager
  • Announcing Quilt Sampler 2002 Honorees
  • Successful Promotions, Part ll
Issue 25 - November/December 2001 ($7)
  • Pricing Strategies
  • Boost Your 2002 Business with Successful Promotions
  • Computer Survival Strategies, Part 1l
  • The Shop and Supplier Forum
  • Record Retention Guide
Issue 24 - September/October 2001 ($7)
  • Merchandising Books and Patterns
  • Depreciate Your Inventory for Tax Savings
  • Computer Survival Strategies, Part 1
  • A Day at RJR's Fabric Headquarters
  • Take a Year-End Inventory
Issue 23 - July/August 2001 ($7)
  • Notions Merchandising in the Independent Shop
  • Freight Ins and Outs
  • Steps to Newsletter Success
  • Beware, Be Wise, Be Ready: Create a Crisis Management Strategy
  • On-Line Retailing Policies
Issue 22 - May/June 2001 ($7)
  • Make Money with Your Newsletter!
  • Retirement Plans: Your Options
  • Tax Tips for Travelers
  • Proper Exercise Can Ease Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • What's Is The Worst....And The Best?
Issue 21 - March/April 2001 ($7)
  • Asset Allocation for the Independent Shop
  • Retail Math 101
  • Gatherings: How I Stopped Offering Classes and Made More Money
  • I've Got Mail
  • Pick the Right Partner
Issue 20 - January/February 2001 ($7)
  • A Proven Merchandising Strategy -- Commit To Basics!
  • Cutting Expenses for Increased Profits
  • Copyrights
  • Year 2000 Honorees, One Year Later
  • The Basics of E-Commerce
Issue 19 - November/December 2000 ($7)
  • Landmark Forum Concludes Clear Communication is Key!
  • Quilting in America 2000
  • Questions You Don't Even Ask In an Interview
  • All Those Employment Laws
  • Ten Ways to Increase Employee Productivity
  • Turning Ideas into Sales
  • 100 Words That Sell
Issue 18 - September/October 2000 ($7)
  • Heartland Americana Quilt Shop - Recipe for Success
  • Business Fitness Means Yours Too
  • Know Your Suppliers
  • Inventory ABCs
  • Selling on the Internet - The Rules
Issue 17 - July/August 2000 ($7)
  • The Basics of Profitable Workshops
  • Good Goods/Bad Goods
  • On and Off the Clock
  • Tips for Conducting Interviews
  • Checklist for New Employee Paperwork
  • Workshop Tips that Work
Issue 15 - March/April 2000 ($7)
  • If You Can't Find What You Want….Design Your Own!
  • Free Money
  • Getting the Best Price
  • The Internet: Opponent or Opportunity
Issue 11 - July/Aug 1999 ($5)
  • Staffing Considerations: Who Works for You
  • Factor Facts
  • Advertising 101
  • Lois Ericson's Design and Sew
  • Store Profile: Cy Rudnicks's Fabrics
Issue 9 - April/May 1999 ($5)
  • The True Competition
  • Cloth As A Commodity
  • Great Employee Relations
  • It's Been a Tough Day
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