3191 Quarterly Issue No. 9 is shipping out to subscribers today, and we are thrilled to share it with you all. This year has brought some changes to 3191Q like a bigger and longer format, but the spirit of the content has remained the same. Today I wanted to share some outtakes, a few photos I love, but didn’t make it into the issue, as well as share what you’ll find inside Issue No. 9.
A hold-over from last year is our seasonal gallery of film photos. Printed on glossy paper, this time the gallery looks back at summer in all its lush, green glory.
A new series this year is Morning, Noon and Night—film photos that capture quiet moments from throughout our days. I love how this harkens back to our original mornings and evenings projects.
Our family has a favorite camping spot we have been returning to year after year, and I write about it and share film photos in Riverside. I am really happy to share this special place with you all.
You know I love a good project, and I have a great one for the holidays in Issue No. 9. These hand-knotted and dip-dyed bottle carriers are perfect for gift-giving and holiday parties. They are quite simple to make and have so many creative uses. I will share some of the ways I have been using mine here in the coming weeks.
You will also find recipes (I share oatcakes and a wilted kale salad), a tour of some of my favorite stops in my neighborhood, and more. The issue officially releases in the shop next Friday, November 16th, but you can still subscribe now and receive all four issues from our subscription year for the price of three (this is a limited time offer, so don’t delay). We are super excited about being able to offer bigger and longer issues at a lower price this year and hope you are happy too!
Thanks so much for your continued support! Next week, along with the official release of Issue No. 9, we will be releasing our individual collections of clothing and gifts and a new Found Collection of vintage housewares. Make sure you are on our mailing list to be alerted to when our shop opens as items often sell out quickly.