Hi friends! I just received my March Fat Quarter Shop Sew Sampler box and I thought it would be fun to do another unboxing video for you! So let’s see what’s inside this month’s box of goodies shall we? The boxes are $24.95/month (plus shipping) and this month’s box has a value of $68.88.

Psst…there just might be a giveaway below!



Watch my March 2017 Sew Sampler Unboxing video here!

March 2017 Box Contents:


What is a Sew Sampler Box?

The Sew Sampler Box is a monthly subscription quilting box that delivers surprise goodies right to your door! It’s $24.95/month and the boxes ship on the 20th of each month. There are at least 5 specially chosen items which may include fabric, notions, patterns, thread, and anything else full of quilty goodness! You’ll also receive a Block Recipe card each month with three size options. These can be put together for a super cute sampler quilt! You can see previous recipe cards here.

If you’re new to sewing or quilting these are a great way to build up your stash of fabrics, patterns, and notions. Especially if you’re unsure of what to get to start out. I’ve been sewing and quilting for about a year and a half now and I think the Sew Sampler boxes are really fun and have thus far been packed with super cute and helpful tools.


Interested in signing up? Click here to sign up for your Sew Sampler box here!


And don’t forget to follow Fat Quarter Shop’s social media to keep up with all of their fun projects!

If you just tuned in, here are more videos in my How to Quilt Series!

Here are a few more of my Quilting Tutorials online if you’re just getting started:


Enter to win the F8 Wonderland bundle below, I’ll pick a winner next Friday!! Whoohoo for free fabric! YAY!

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Disclosure: I received this box for review on my blog. The opinions expressed in my post are my own and were not influenced by the company or free product provided.


  1. I am just starting out and have been looking for the most effective and clear (yet super fun friend type of) instruction on beginning to quilt and do all things sewing. I have always wanted to learn this kind of traditionally passed down skill but have no live grandparents and only one living parent from both my and my spouse’s sides. I just found this site but it looks like I will be hooked and needles to say won’t have to go anywhere else…. (that last line was supposed to be funny but I guess I am just silly with joy at finding this site and a new circle of connections…)


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