Cotton Cuts is a subscription box of fabric! Beautiful, lovely, addicting fabric. Each box consists of your choice of 12 fat quarters or 6 half yards of fabric that is specifically customized to your unique preferences, your choice of pattern from their designer of the month, two collectible “Block of the Month” pattern cards, a surprise Lagniappe “Something Extra” as a thank you and 25% off of fabric in their shop.
This apt cautionary statement was on the outside of the box.
The inside of the top of the box let us know that you can enter to win a free box when you share your Cotton Cuts project on social media.
This card welcomed us to the box. You can see my fabrics that they picked for me based on my preferences listed on the back.
The Cotton Cuts subscription is $39.95 for a month to month subscription (a little less if pay for a few months ahead) or $42.95 if you just want a box every other month.
This month’s featured quilt designer was Cynthia Muir. The back side of this card had a code for me to download a free pattern from her collection. I had five patterns to choose from (retail price was $8 for the download). The download process was easy and the pattern was in my email box faster than two winks of a squirrels tail.
In addition to the downloadable pattern these two collectible pattern cards were in the box. Each is nicely tabbed at the top and will fit in a 5×7 index card box. The front of the cards gives exact measurement and instructions for constructing the block and the back gives you a block layout idea.
This feedback card was also in the box so that you can let them know how much you loved your fabric!
All of this was in our box! The presentation of the fabric was particularly beautiful. It was stacked in perfectly folded squares and neatly tied with a white ribbon.
Just look at those colors. Gorgeous!
The stack of fabric squares was also inside it’s own box within the larger box that the subscription arrived in.
I really liked it… The neat folded lines, the colors, the uniformness. I swoon!
Juvenille & Childrens – Fun with ABC’s by Sarah Frederking for Studio E Fabrics
These two pieces are perfect for baby! I love the ABC piece. It is too stinkin’ cute! My niece (she’s 8) made a pillow out of this material for her new brother.
Reproduction – Feedack C. 1930 by Sara Morgan for Washington Street Studio.
The two pieces of floral fabric coordinated with each other and reminded me of the 1950’s.
Holiday/Seasonal – Classiques by Sevenberry for Robert Kaufman.
Happy Valentiney material!
Floral – Meadow Sweets by Jillily Studios for Penny Rose
Two more beautiful florals. They are nearly identical, but the background on the top one is a very light pink.
Batik – Blossom Batiks by Flaurie & Finch for RJR Fabrics.
These three batiks and a patterned red piece rounded out the fabrics.
The extras in this month’s box were these cute quilting buttons by the Etsy shop, My Little Usagi.
And, this very appropriate bumper sticker that says, “I love it when my husband ignores my fabric stash.” And I really do. We are about to move and I would really appreciate it if he would just close his eyes and move box after box of fabric and yarn without complaint. That would be great.
I am dying to make some really beautiful stuff with this fabric for the new house, but we are literally building the new house (like nailing nails and stuff) and have had zero sewing time. Cry with me.
The Cotton Cuts subscription box was put together beautifully. I was impressed with the display of the fabric. I also liked that there was three different patterns to choose from and they all were clearly written with exact cut measurements. This is a great box for satisfying your fabric addiction.