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Just in case you missed it…. The Art of Home e-Magazine went out a few weeks ago! I hope you enjoyed the projects and recipe in the latest issue, as well as my interview with designer extraordinaire, Brenda Riddle!

And if you did get the most recent issue, you will want to be sure to scroll down to take a look at previous autumn issues that you may have missed! 

I am getting new readers and subscribers all the time, so if you missed the issue, you can sign up for your FREE subscription by clicking here.

To see the most recent issue (highlighted below), click here.

To see some previous issues, click here.

And if you DID miss it… here is what was included:


Indian Summer Table Runner Tutorial



Owl Quilted Wall Hanging with Burlap Border



Simple Owl Silhouette Art



Tomato Bisque Recipe


Interview with Designer Brenda Riddle of Acorn Quilt & Gift Company

… and more….


Last fall, I also put out an issue… back then it was just called the newsletter…. But it was still full of all kinds of autumn inspiration. To take a look at that back issue, click here. (That was also when my business name was The Noble Wife, before I changed over to “just” Jacquelynne Steves.) Here is what was included in the November 2012 issue:


Color Inspiration



Tablescape Ideas



Wool Pillow Tutorial/Pattern




Chocolate Caramel Covered Pears Recipe (fabulous!!)


And way, way, back in 2011 when my “newsletter” was brand new, I featured:


Apple Upside Down Cake



Ham & Corn Chowder Recipe



Thanksgiving Place Card Downloadable Printable


Give Thanks Free Stitchery Pattern


So you see…. you really want to make sure you’re a subscriber so you don’t miss out!

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I enjoyed this little walk down memory lane- I had totally forgotten about many of the projects & recipes that I did for my newsletters/e-magazines. I hope you are really inspired! Looking at these photos puts me in a “cozy” mood… and I’m thinking about Thanksgiving already… I’ll talk about that next time.