I bought the October copy of Romantic Homes Magazine the other day. I'd only bought it once before. At first glance, it seemed o.k., but wow!, there were at least two glaring (to this discerning reader, anyway) errors. Error number one: This textile was described as a vintage sample of cross stitch: What it is, in reality is on the order of huck weaving. This annoys me in the same way that an item in a catalog is labelled "knitted" when it is really crocheted. It doesnt take a genius to know the difference.
I purchased these from the Swell line at Target about three years ago. It really fries me that the editors of this magazine didn't bother to do the fact checking involved to figure this stuff out before it goes to print. What I'm really waiting for is the much-anticipated return of Victoria magazine in November.