I think I received the last issue of my Interweave Knits subscription recently. It's my favorite knitting magazine.
DH and I have both given up on renewing our magazine subscriptions.
EXCEPT for one, that we both read and fight over! That is WILD FIBERS. It's published by Linda Cortwright. She travels the world over, living with different communities of people, learning about their life in regards to raising FIBER. Of course, mostly animal fibers, but she's also had articles about silk (fiber!), the vegetable fibers including such things as jute and sisal production. The life of women in India, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc and their cloistered lives including their weaving and dying. I've learned so much from this magazine. Linda also uses high quality paper and ink. Each issue is a treasure. I'm paid up for three years on this magazine.
Anyway, the caliber of quality of WILD FIBERS is as good if not better than National Geographic. Of course, NatGeo addresses a much wider range of topics, and stands alone as a top notch magazine.