April Quilty Box

Friday, April 29, 2016

Last year I was approached by the lovely folks behind Quilty Box about a potential collaboration. Quilty Box is a monthly subscription box for quilters! Each month's box is filled with a variety of fun products, curated by designers, bloggers, and organizations. The April Quilty Box was curated by me! It was a really cool experience helping to chose the products for the box, and have the opportunity to share my work with their subscribers.

I shot a little unboxing video of my box! The theme of my box was triangles! It includes the following: Blockade Mini Quilt Pattern, a freebie using half-square triangles that I designed just for the box. Geese in Flight Quilt Pattern which features no-waste flying geese and includes five quilt sizes. Triangularity Quilt Pattern which uses equilateral triangles and features five quilt sizes and custom sizing options. A nine fat quarter bundle of Joel Dewberry's Wander fabrics, in cool blues and mustard. A bottle of Flatter by Soak, great for keeping your triangles in check! And finally a spool of So Fine polyester thread by Superior Threads.

I wanted to share a few photos of the mini quilt I made! I used Pure Element solids by Art Gallery Fabrics. I've been trying to stretch myself and use solids more often. This mini was a fun excuse to do that!

I quilted this mini with straight lines, using the half-square triangle seams as a guide. I used my Clover Hera Marker to mark out my quilting lines. I washed and dried it get rid of the lines faster.

For the backing I used a print from Nordika and bound it up in a print from Indelible.

If you're not a Quilty Box subscriber, they have a few of my boxes available in their online shop, here! To learn more about the subscription and to sign up, see here.

Happy Quilting!


  1. Are you gonna sell the Blockade mini quilt pattern? I love it so much!!!

  2. Love the Blockade mini. Wish I could buy the pattern. 😊

  3. I love the box!! These surprise boxes are really popular now. You can even get them from Around the World food and such places.
    Anyway, I love this box and the pattern is ohhhh so adorable
    Happy Week-end Jeni

    1. Thanks! I know, there are so many fun ones now!


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