Quilty Box: Classic Box Review – June 2018

Classic Quilty Box – June 2018 Review 

As a crafter, one of the crafts that is in my bag-of-tricks is sewing. I love the idea that I can take a flat piece of fabric and within a couple of hours, create something useful for human or feline.

When I received the June 2018 Quilty Box I was pleased to see an spring animal themed fabric pack.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Quilty Box. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received the June 2018 Quilty Box that included the following items:

Florabunda Fat Quarter Bundle: This collection was created by Melanie Testa and is filled with roses, tendrils and vines. Also included is a Wonderful Black Accent Thread that coordinates with this gorgeous fabric.

Templates for enclosed pattern: These are the templates for the included pattern.

Mistyfuse: This environmentally friendly fuse is solvent-free and recyclable. It is fine webbed which helps create a lasting bond without additional bulk.

Goddess Sheet: This is a fusing tool that is a slick teflon coated sheer fiberglass that puts a helpful glossy sheen on fused surfaces.

**This month they had to make a swap, and I loved the illustrations to see that I was getting similar items.

Also included is a magazine, and a full pattern with instructions to create a cute quilt with the enclosed fabric!

There is a manifest that gives the cost and details of each item in the box.

I LOVED this box, and I love that quilters and crafters have a monthly box that delivers the items needed to create a sophisticated and stylish quilt!

If you have a crafter or quilter – get them a Quilty Box!!


Quilty Box Classic – Starting at $48.00/month

Jinny Beyer Box – Starting at $64.99/month

Quilty Box Mini – Starting at $23.99/month


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