Quilty Box Mini Subscription Review + Coupon – January 2018
Quilty Box is a monthly subscription box for quilters with a different curator featured each month. They offer three options: the Quilty Box Classic, Jinny Beyer Box, and the Quilty Box Mini.
This is a review of the Quilty Box Mini, which is $23.99 a month.
Great things come in small packages! The newest way to Get Quilty: a smaller, monthly box that’s ideal for on-the-go quilters or beginners who aren’t sure what supplies they need!
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
About Quilty Box Mini
The Subscription Box: Quilty Box
The Cost: $23.99 per month with free US shipping (save with longer subscriptions)
COUPON: Use code QUILTADDICT10 or Newsletter20 to save $10 off your first month (QUILTADDICT10) or Save $20 off a 6 or 12-month subscription (Newsletter20)!
The Products: Quilting products, including fabric bundles, patterns, notions or thread.
Ships to: US (free), Canada ($10), International ($20)
Quilty Box Mini January 2018
The Bundles of Inspiration magazine includes an interview with featured artist Jackie Kunkel, along with two projects to make.
Blue Moon Fabric by Jackie Kunkel – Retail Value $14.99
One of the neat things about Quilty Box is that the featured artist is the designer of the fabric itself, not just the project. This fabric bundle features beautiful shades of blue and purple. I love the mottled watercolor look!
Aurifil Thread, Blue Moon Collection by Jackie Kunkel, 50wt – Listed Value $4.99
This thread is actually part of a whole Blue Moon collection that coordinates with the fabric. I think every Quilty Box I’ve gotten has contained Aurifil thread! I’m not complaining though because the quality is great.
Pattern by Jeni Baker – Estimated Value $4.50
I like the geometric pattern of this quilt design. It goes nicely with the fabric choice and was really easy to make.
First, I cut out the pieces. The colors are so beautiful together that it already looks nice!
Next, I sewed a diagonal line on one edge.
When I sewed a diagonal line on the opposite edge, the pieces became triangular. I trimmed the extra fabric off the back.
Here’s my finished quilt box! I think a full quilt of this fabric would be beautiful.
Verdict: I love the fabric that was included this time, and I also found the quilt pattern surprisingly easy. As a beginning quilter, I still make a lot of mistakes, and this pattern with this fabric is really forgiving. All the items were a win for me in this month’s Quilty Box Mini.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? This box is no longer available; if you order now, you will receive the March box.
Value Breakdown: The box costs $24 and the retail value of items is about the same at $24.48. You don’t save money with this box, but it’s a chance to receive nicely curated items based on brand new fabric releases.
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