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Sunshine12242
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Date: 4/3/13 11:55 AM

Have been reading on PR about Ottobre magazine and am very interested in a subscription. I found a site for them, but cannot get into it for prices and other info. Is this magazine from Finland? And if so, how long does it take to get to the USA? Any info would be appreciated.

Thank you for all info.

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Date: 4/3/13 12:28 PM

You should be able to get to it from their site.

Ottobre

sewzannes.com has single issues.

The magazine doesn't take long to get to the US. Mine usually arrives a few days after it pops up on their website, but it does vary.
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In reply to Sunshine12242 <<


Date: 4/3/13 12:37 PM

Another source for Ottobre is The Wooly Thread:
http://woolythread.com/mags.html
As M.S said, it doesn't take long to receive them (about a week or so) from Finland.


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Date: 4/3/13 1:07 PM

The gal at the Wooly Thread is great to work with and responds quickly to your E-mails. I don't subscribe but do order single issues when I see something in one I like.

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Date: 4/3/13 1:21 PM

Banberry Place and Pink Chalk Fabrics also carry single issues (not affiliated, just a happy customer of both stores). As I understand it, Wooly Thread is the only US subscription agent for the magazine, so if you wanted a subscription they are the way to go (you also get to pick out a free back-issue with subscription).
Hope you enjoy! I love the Otto Kids magazines, maybe I should be ordering some Otto Woman for myself :)

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Date: 4/9/13 7:48 PM

Is it better to order from Wooly Thread than to go straight through the Ottobre site?

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