Friday, November 6, 2020

What's Inside the October 2020 Quilty Box? Hint: Island Batik!!!

What's that hiding in the chrysanthemums?  It's the October Quilty Box!  I've been eagerly antipicating this one because it features my fellow Island Batik Ambassador, Jackie Kunkel.

Here's a peek at the treasures inside:

Jackie's newest Island Batik fabric line, Mandala Magic.  I've been eyeing these fabrics for a while.  I didn't receive any in my ambassador box, and the colors and designs are so vibrant and fun.  

Nine cuts of the Mandala Magic fabrics are included in the Quilty Box.  I just love it!  I'm not sure if I'm going to sew Jackie's included Starburst pattern with these, or just play.  

The Starburst quilt is shown on the cover of Bundles of Inspiration.  There's a terrific interview with Jackie where she talks about her inspiration for fabric design, how she became interested in quilting, and more.

This 4-1/2" square up ruler is also included.  I know this will be handy.  I sew so many 4-1/2" square units in my projects.  

New sewing scissors.  Always a treat. 
A decadent purple shade of WonderFil thread.  

And a packet of Soak for hand washing.

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If you want to try Quilty Box out for yourself, simply click on the above ad to visit their website.  They have a variety of plans to fit every budget.  

Mark your calendars for Monday.  It's the beginning of a new Island Batik Blog Hop.  The theme of this hop is Inspired by Nature.  Every day you can view new Island Batik collections sewn into quilts by the Island Batik Ambassador team.  Plus there will be opportunities to win beautiful new Island Batik fabrics.  My hop day isn't until November 16th.  I hope you'll join me then.  I don't see the hop posted on the Island Batik blog yet, but it should be up sometime today.  Here's the link: Island Batik Blog

Be creative ~ Sew something beautiful today.

Jennifer Thomas

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1 comment:

  1. That's a great fabric collection. I wish it didn't cost so much to have these type of subscriptions shipped to Canada.