Sunday, October 25, 2020

October 2020 Quilty Box Gift-Away!

I think it's high time we had some fun around here!  And the October Quilty Box is a great way to do it!

Our October box is curated by none other than Jackie Kunkel of Canton Village Quiltworks!

If you are a batik lover, this box is for you.

I am in love with the vibrant colors - and that yellow combined with magenta?  BRILLIANT!

This collection is bound to keep you thinking of summer all the way through winter.
What is a Quilty Box?

Here are some highlights to keep in mind:
  • Quilty Box is a monthly subscription box of fun quilting supplies. We offer plans from $44-48/mo.
  • Each month we have 4 or more products (fabric, patterns, thread, or notions)
  • Our retail value of the products in the box is always more than $60
  • We will be using the hashtags #QuiltyBox and #GetQuilty
Have you subscribed to Quilty Box yet?

This month's box includes Jackie's Mandala Magic fabric!

Also included are a new pair of Superedge 8.5'' sewing scissors,

A r 1/2'' square up ruler perfect for Jackie's included Starburst quilt pattern, found in the Bundles of Inspiration magazine.

And a sample of Soak Wash - the best care for your favorite fabric items!

Learn all about Jackie in the Bundles of Inspiration Magazine!

And then dig in to the beautiful Mandala Magic fabrics to make your own version of Jackie's Starburst quilt.

The only thing you need to add is background fabric and thread!

Who would like to win this box?

We will draw for our winner on Thursday, October 29th! Good luck everyone!

Donna's Appalachian Autumn finish!

"Bonnie - Thank you for sharing your amazing talent with us. Appalachian Autumn was my first Bonnie Hunter quilt.  The Essential Triangle Tool is a must.  It was so much fun making the half square triangles and seeing how nicely they turned out. String blocks are always fun to make, especially in these colors. This is a great addition to my fall quilts."

I love it Donna!  You did a beautiful job!

The PDF pattern for Appalachian Autumn is available in the Digital Patterns section of the Quiltville Store.

Quiltville Quote of the Day -

"It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate those differences." ~Audrey Lorde⁣
Vintage strippy quilt found in Virginia.

Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone!



  1. awesome fabrics in this box...super giveaway!

  2. Thank you for the beautiful fall pictures in yesterday's post! I am amazed at how much you get done with everything you have going on! Take a break today. Sunday's are made for napping.

  3. Those are really gorgeous batiks in the giveaway!
    Have a relaxing Sunday!

  4. I would love to win tbis quilty box! I came over after seeing your post on Facebook. Have been reading your blog too for quite awhile.
    Annie at scrappalachia dot blog spot dot com.

  5. I couldn't wait to enter for this Quilty Box giveaway - the colors and designs of these batiks are beyond scrumptious! Such a nice way to start my Sunday morning. Thank youWill be moving plants indoors before enjoying time in my sewing space. Snow and very cold due tonight and through the week. Brrrr

  6. This is my favorite Quilty Box ever. I entered to win - again!! Batiks are my Jam. Enjoying the cool fall weather that Arkansas is getting.

  7. Thank you for being so faithful and encouraging to all of us!

  8. Good quote of the day for our political season.

  9. I have taken classes from Jackie. She's an awesome instructor. Miss her living in the Northeast since she moved to Arizona. But always wonderful to see her designs and fabric collections. Thank you, Bonnie, for singing her praises!!

  10. Another great giveaway!! Thanks Bonnie!!

  11. "I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. It would be terrible if we just skipped from September to November, wouldn’t it?..." ~Lucy Maud Montgomery
    Perfect quote for that awesome Appalachian Autumn. Thank you, Bonnie for your continuous works of Art and love of Quilters and quilting!

  12. As usual, Bonnie, perfect quote for the day. I was wondering how to or if I needed to respond to a very contentious message from an extremely close friend and this has been most helpful. I'm hoping for a Uniter and if it is quilting I can live with that. Beautiful pictures yesterday and give Zoey a hug ;)

    1. Recently I had a similar experience With my best friend of many years. I thought about what she said and was very hurt and shocked. I finally just let it go without confronting her—-mainly because it was so unlike her.

  13. another beautiful Appalachian autumn, and the fabrics in the quilty box are just stunning. Thank you for this lovely giveaway.
    Stay safe
    Love and quilty hugs
    Anne xxx

  14. love these batiks and can see them in my future. lol

  15. Bonnie, your blog is my morning read every day. I love all your sharing, pics, stories, and inspiration. Thank you for being YOU!

  16. Jackie Kunkel Starburst quilt is pretty. I like the quilt that is the background with her picture. Yesterday’s pictures were awesome, thank you.

  17. Love the fabrics in this quilty box!

  18. I took a class of Jackie's and it was awesome. I would love to win this box!!

  19. Do I remember that only members with a U.S. address are eligible to win?

  20. I would love to win this box. I don't have a lot of experience with batiks but I follow Jackie and desperately need new scissors also lol.

  21. Beautiful fabrics in this box, thank you for a chance to win them.

  22. I have not tried a Quilty Box yet and this one looks fabulous. It is a shame you can't buy them after you see what is in it. The batiks are beautiful. Thank you for the chance to win.

  23. Have not tried Quilty Box yet. My guy says I have too much already!!


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