Quilt Box Subscription - $45.00/Bi-Monthly

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Our subscription Quilt box will ship 6x a year, every other month starting in February.  We want to open our boxes up to a wide range of fabrics, designers, notions, on-going projects, notions and gadgets, sure to bring much joy and lots of inspiration.

Our Quilt Box ideas are as follows... themed boxes, re-creating some of my antique quilts in smaller versions or mini quilts.   Small hand piecing or EPP, small and easy cross-stitch, quilts with a little hand applique or embroidery, pin cushions,  pouches, totes,  pillows an on-going block project that will grow into a larger quilt.  Our main focus will be smaller quilts but I also want to stretch the possibilities to include other patchwork/sewing projects.

We are excited to feature guest designers along with working with all kinds of fabrics to bring you a wide range fun opportunities.  We love to hangout with quilt designers and give them another platform to show their work.  After all this is really about us.  We all share the same love...fabric and creating.

With the budget of $60 we have limitations but we know we can deliver fun boxes at a 30% off price point of $40.  We have added $5 ($10.00 for international) to each box for shipping and you all know if you shipped anything lately that is a shared cost.  You will be able to join at anytime as long as the subscription is not full to capacity.  Cancellations also can be at anytime, but you must take the next box, as we plan months ahead.  Our boxes are billed every month on the 15th and this will be easy and automatic no need to pay each month. They will ship at the end of the month after all billing is cleared and this gives us a shipping cushion.  When signing up for the subscription, there is a dollar charge. You will be compensated for this charge by having the first box of your subscription be a dollar off.

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  • 5

    Posted by Gail Tipps on Mar 16th 2024

    I was so excited to get this subscription and it has not disappointed ! I’ve loved Primitive Gathering since the beginning ! I can’t wait for the next box ?

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    Posted by Kathy on Mar 15th 2024

    I have been receiving the quilt box for quite a while now. The projects are a variety of things, big and small, some are seasonal, so something for everyone. I haven't started last year's big on-going project yet, and this year starts another new one. I admit to not liking this one as much. Not a fan of solid fabrics, using triangle papers, or having to buy 10 yards of fabric for the background. I liked the other fabrics in the February box, although I may not make the pattern included with the precuts. I miss the cross-stitch patterns that were included in last year's boxes, as well. I know you can't please everyone - it is a fun surprise, so you have to be open to what arrives. The carmels never disappoint!

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    Posted by Karen Uhrik on Mar 12th 2024

    Not sure if I will continue this subscription. I feel like it was light on material and the "ongoing quilt project" seems like random materials like the last two years. I'll give it one more try. Sorry to be a downer.

  • 5

    Posted by TERESA STRATTON on Mar 6th 2024

    love lo

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    Posted by Tina Kirkendall on Mar 3rd 2024

    I look forward to my box and love everything that is in it every month it comes. I can honestly say never has anything been a disappointment. Caramels are ? ? ?

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    Bi-Monthly Quilt Box Subscription

    Posted by Penney Frank on Mar 2nd 2024

    I received my bi-monthly quilt box subscription - it's always a highlight of my day when I see the box arrive. Everything included in this subscription is high quality . The instructions are easy to follow. I love that the inspiration for projects arrives in my mailbox. The caramels that arrive with the box are a wonderful treat as they are delicious. Love love love this subscription!

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    Posted by Bonnie A. Gibson on Mar 1st 2024

    Starburst directions are confusing.There are 4 fabrics included and to be cut. However, no directions for the usage of fabric D are included. Where is it used?