Quilting is a delicate art to master. It may be hard at first but feels rewarding afterward. It takes not just skills but high-quality materials and patterns too! To get you fired up and inspired to create a masterpiece, here’s a subscription you can start with: Annie’s Daydream Quilt Block-of-the-Month Club. It’s a monthly quilting subscription that runs in a 12-month, perfectly-paced course.
They currently have an enticing discount coupon for new subscribers!
Get 50% off your first month’s Daydream Quilt Block-of-the-Month Club! Use this link and coupon code SHARE50 to grab this deal! Also works on all of the rest of Annie’s Clubs. That makes your first kit $19.99 + shipping!
Get 50% OFF at Annie’s Daydream Quilt Block-of-the-Month Club!
Annie’s Daydream Quilt Block-of-the-Month Club is a quilting subscription that sends a kit every month to take your quilting skills to the next level! Each kit contains fabrics and patterns to build one block at a time, including binding and metallic silver-accented fabric, plus a stitch guide in your first kit as a gift for joining Annie’s. Quilters will have access to online video tutorials and helpful instructions.
In the span of one year, you’ll learn how to quilt stars and squares in contrasting blue and white colors. Every month gives you a new pattern to work on, allowing you to learn new quilting stitches and techniques. Your final kit will then teach you how to finish your project by guiding you through adding the midnight blue border and other finishing touches!
All twelve boxes produce unique blocks, resulting in one stunning 68″x87″ handcrafted quilt you can be proud of! You’ll learn a lot as you create classic blocks with a modern twist. Start your quilting journey and get the box for $39.99 per month!
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I already belong to the Day Dream Quilt Block-of-the-month. I am busy cutting out block #2. I must confess, I made a mistake cutting the size of my first strip on fabric #1. Thusly, I do not have enough fabric to cut 4 – 2 1/2” strips. Is there any chance that I might be able to buy anymore of fabric #1 in the block #2 packet? I don’t need very much. Thank you very much for your time. 😃