Notable issues are: The February Machine Issue: A guide of the industry’s new and upgraded embroidery, screen-printing, direct-to-garment, sublimation and more equipment, with real user reviews. May’s State of the Industry Issue: A must-have reference tool used year-round, with an exclusive industry-wide survey and an annual ranking of the Top 25 Apparel Suppliers. June’s Sourcing Guide: A comprehensive guide that identifies all the resources needed to run and grow your business. July’s Software Guide: A guide of the industry’s new and upgraded business-management, graphics and digitizing software, and more, with real user reviews. The September/October Fashion Issue: Striking fashion photographs and evocative articles spotlight need-to-know trends. December’s Power 75: A ranking of the industry’s 75 most powerful and influential people comes to life in informative profiles. Plus, an exclusive Power Poll of the industry’s movers and shakers. Top departments: Interact: Highlights conversations, trends and more from Stitches.com – and the latest from its Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest pages. Look Book: Highlights the latest trends in apparel and garment decoration. Decorating Solutions: Practical decorating and digitizing how-tos, along with the latest fabric, machine and software updates and trends. News: The latest industry and world news related to decorating, and success-building strategies and case studies. In every issue: Ask Phil 5 Steps Design and Digitizing Ask an Expert Customer Testimonials "There are two other embroidery / screen printing magazines in the industry. Lots of people multi-task and do both. I’ve dropped my subscription to both. I love stitches because cover to cover deals with me, my business, my income." -Carole B. "I love Stitches' new format. It's great, and I look forward to each and every issue – so much great info and inspiration." -Teresa W. "I'm very, very impressed with this magazine. I wasn't expecting such a nice publication. I'm hoping to get information from you about someday being in this magazine." -Betty F.