I am thrilled to be working with Aurifil again on their latest BOM as they unveil the new 2024 Block of the Month Subscription, the latest chapter in Aurifil’s creative journey.

The Palazzo BOM, which launches in April, features an exclusive monthly Foundation Paper Piecing quilt pattern designed by Kitty Wilkin (Night Quilter) in partnership with the Aurifil 50wt Italian Color Builders.


Aurifil Thread Builders

The Palazzo BOM begins in April and runs for 12 months. Each month will showcase one of the Aurifil Italian Colour Builder collections.

Initially introduced in January 2020, Aurifil’s Italian Colour Builders are a capsule of twelve curated mini-collections inspired by (and named after) Italy’s most vibrant and colourful destinations.

Each collection contains three large spools of 50wt thread — a warm, a medium, and a dark — within the location’s primary colour palette.

They are Aurifil’s best-sellers… our go-to hues that quilters reach for again and again… a rich and instant thread stash.


The Palazzo Quilt

To compliment the Colour Builders, there is an exclusive pattern! Featuring a monthly Foundation Paper Piecing quilt pattern designed by the amazing Kitty.

Subscribers will receive monthly patterns, tips & tricks, and exclusive videos from Kitty herself.


The Palazzo Quilt Kit BOM

I am so exited to be able to offer you a full fabric kit featuring 28 co-ordinating Art Gallery Fabrics colours to each of your Palazzo Aurifil threads.

Each month along with your threads, I am giving you to option to upgrade your kits and you will receive the co-ordinating fabric colours and background to make that months blocks for the free pattern.

I have added extra listings so you can now purchase: thread only, thread and quilt top fabric or double up your colour fabrics to give you a little extra.

I want to make this as easy as possible for you, so I will be breaking down the fabric kits to a simple monthly package. This will include just the right amount of fabric to complete the quilt top pattern.

Being able to double up the main colours in this kit to give you extra to work with on your own projects.

As you will have lots of thread left to play with this is a great opportunity to buy a little more fabric in a smaller quantity.

Most of the coloured fabrics are Fat Eighths, and we all know it is not easy to get those in most shops.

You will have the option to purchase the fabric requirements for the quilt top which total 7.5m of fabric or if you double up, you will receive 11.5m. (I have not doubled up the background fabrics as that would be 7m!).


Extra Benefits

The subscription not only covers the  monthly delivery of threads, fabrics and access to the exclusive pattern but is supported with the following extras:

  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Tips & Tricks to support the pattern
  • Exclusive videos from pattern designer Kitty Wilkin
  • Private Facebook Group run by Aurifil for all participants

All the additional educational videos, and support are complementary from Aurifil and exclusive only to subscribers and will remain exclusive to the program for the duration of the subscription.


Present From Me

Did I also mention the little gift from me for signing up though Modern Quilt Club?

I am offering anyone who signs up to Palazzo a FREE Aurifil storage box.

I mean we need somewhere to keep that pretty thread safe.

This box will help keep your first 12 threads nice and neat.

If you love it I will offer you 15% off any future box pre-orders whilst ever the club is running.



Sign Up is NOW Open

I have created you a handy link to take you straight to where you need to be to sign up today.

It contains all the details of the BOM but here is the bottom line:

Costs Thread Only

  • £30 – free UK shipping for initial sign up (this will be your payment for month 1)
  • 11 instalments of £30 +pp on last day of each month starting April

Included:

  • 12 Italian Colour Builders
  • Exclusive FPP pattern Extra’s
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Tips & Tricks to support the pattern
  • Exclusive videos from pattern designer Kitty Wilkin
  • Private Facebook Group run by Aurifil for all participants

Costs Thread & Fabric kit

  • £39 – free UK shipping for initial sign up (this will be your payment for month 1)
  • 11 instalments of £39 +pp on last day of each month starting April

Included:

  • 12 Italian Colour Builders
  • 7.5m of Art Gallery Fabrics solids to make quilt top
  • Exclusive FPP pattern Extra’s
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Tips & Tricks to support the pattern
  • Exclusive videos from pattern designer Kitty Wilkin
  • Private Facebook Group run by Aurifil for all participants

Or double up on your coloured fabrics and receive all the above plus an extra 4m of fabric for £44 per month.

I do hope that you will be joining me and Aurifil for another year of fun!



Getting ready for the launch of the next Mystery Quilt and this one is called Tree of Life.

It features seven different colour way options and each of the Mystery Quilt colourway choices I am bringing to you has been named after a classic tree you might find in the UK.


What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous.


What are your options?

Each of these seven colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from, so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Here is a closer look at the fabrics chosen for this Mystery Quilt.


My first Tree of Life Mystery Quilt is

Ash

This fabric collection is from the Amour Vert range of organic cottons for Monaluna Fabrics. They have a beautiful feel similar to Art Gallery Fabrics.

For the purposes of the illustration the fabric around the circle represents the binding fabric. This may also be a duplicate of a fabric within the quilt top.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Ash – Fabrics Amour Vert from Monaluna Fabrics

A closer look at the fabrics from Amour Vert:


Birch

This is Neon True Colors by Tula Pink right for FreeSpirit Fabrics.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Birch – Fabrics Neon True Colors

A closer look at the fabrics from Neon True Colors:


Elm

My last collection from designer Stephanie Organes was really popular and her designs work so well with Mystery Quilt.

This is a selection of fabrics from Enchanted Bloom for Andover Fabrics


Mystery Quilt: Elm – Fabric: Enchanted Bloom by Stephanie Organes

A selection of beautiful prints:


Fir

My next fabric option is Foxwood from Makower Fabrics.


Mystery Quilt: Fir – Fabrics: Foxwood by Makower Fabrics

Again here is a closer look at all the fabrics included in the quilt kit.


Juniper

This colourway option is from Juniper by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery Fabrics.


Mystery Quilt: Juniper – Fabric: Juniper by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Juniper:


Oak

Oak is made up of fabrics from Sew Obsessed fabric line by Art Gallery Fabrics.


Mystery Quilt : Oak – Sew Obsessed for Art Gallery Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Oak:


Spruce

Spruce features a wonderful Christmas range from Cloud 9 Fabrics, the range is called Winter Wonderland. This is another range from 100% organic cotton.


Mystery Quilt : Spruce – Winter Wonderland by Helen Bowler for Cloud 9 Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Spruce:


Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Friday 1st December 2023 and shipping starts on the 2nd February 2024.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 20th day of the month from February onwards.

The small quilt will be £185 or 10 monthly payments of £19 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £240 or 10 monthly payments of £24.50 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 1 December 2023
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £185
  • Large quilt from £240
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 2 February 2024
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER



Well here we are, once again at the launch of the next Mystery Quilt and this one is called Carnival.

It features six different colour way options and each of the Mystery Quilt colourway choices I am bringing to you has been named after rides and attractions you might find at a Carnival, or as I think we would refer to them here in the UK a Fair or even a Feast if you’re from my neck of the woods!


What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous.


What are your options?

Each of these six colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from, so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Here is a closer look at the fabrics chosen for this Mystery Quilt.


My first Carnival Mystery Quilt is

This is Wandering by Stephanie Organes for Andover Fabrics.

For the purposes of the illustration the fabric around the circle represents the binding fabric. This may also be a duplicate of a fabric within the quilt top.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Candy Floss – Fabrics Wandering by Stephanie Organes

A closer look at the fabrics from Wandering:


This is Furry & Bright for Andover Fabrics.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Dodgems – Fabrics Furry & Bright

A closer look at the fabrics from Furry & Bright:


As my themed Christmas Mystery Quilts are always really popular, I thought I would give Halloween a go!

This is a selection of fabrics from Art Gallery Fabrics and their Halloween range and this is a combination of Spooky & Sweeter.


Mystery Quilt: Ghost Train – Fabric: Spooky & Sweeter by Art Gallery Fabrics

A selection of funky Halloween prints:


My next fabric option is from Libs Elliot for Andover Fabrics. This is from the fabric collection Ranch Relaxo.


Mystery Quilt: Helter Skelter – Fabrics: Rancho Relaxo by Libs Elliot for Andover Fabrics

Again here is a closer look at all the fabrics included in the quilt kit.


This colourway option is from Wildflowers from Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics. A vibrant mix of coral and yellow florals and her signature quirky graphics.


Mystery Quilt: Hook-a-Duck – Fabric: Wildflowers by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Wildflowers:


Waltzers is made up of Linea fabrics, a tone on tone print from Makower Fabrics.


Mystery Quilt : Waltzers – Linea for Makower Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Linea:


Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Friday 26th May 2023 and shipping starts on the 28th July 2023.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 15th day of the month from February onwards.

The small quilt will be £185 or 10 monthly payments of £19 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £240 or 10 monthly payments of £24.50 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 26 May 2023
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £185
  • Large quilt from £240
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 28th July 2023
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER

A Quilter & Hand Piecers Aid. I’m sure some of you will have heard of the Lap App™ , but as these are not easy to get hold of in the UK then let me tell you a little more…


LapApp

The Lap App™ is the creation of Joyce and her husband and is handcrafted in the USA. Designed originally for her to use, they realised this was such a great tool they had to share with the quilting world and beyond.

Hand Stitchers Dream

This small adjustable lap table provides a rest for hands making it ideal for appliqué and handwork.

The Lap App™ is made of Natural Baltic Birch and Pine woods and features special Star Knobs making it easy to adjust.

The base, which sits in one’s lap, measures 12″ x 8″ includes 3 spindles for thread storage and an extra strong magnet to prevent needles from getting lost.

The central pedestal measures approximately 5″ high and can be adjusted in multiple directions – up/down and forward/backward.

The rectangular top surface also measures 12″ x 8″ and pivots to be flat or diagonal to suit the application and the user’s preference.

It features a non slip area for tracing and marking.

Each Lap App™ comes with a 100% cotton, padded cover that is both removable and washable. The cover features a pocket for a small pair of needlework scissors.


Applique

The Lap App™ is hugely popular amongst applique and hand work enthusiasts around the world. I for one know that Sarah Fielke is a big advocate and anyone who took part in the Merry & Bright BOM last year will have come across this useful tool in her tutorials.


Accessories

As the years have gone on, they have added some amazing little extra’s that can be added to the standard model including a handy storage box.

As well as having a non slip area which is great for tracing and marking they have now added a removable wool pressing mat.


Stitch App

This companion to the Lap App is your go to caddy for all your handwork essentials.

  • Made of clear coat finished Baltic Birch
  • Measures 10″x4″x6″
  • A satin nickel finish handle on top allows for easy transport
  • A strong neodymium magnet to contain pins
  • A 3 1/4″ x 2″ x 3/8″ recessed tray area stows miscellaneous notions
  • Two 3 1/2″ spindles with easy turn knobs hold thread spools or Bobbins
  • The cup area corrals scissors, marking tools, rulers, and seam rippers
  • Three felted wool balls in different colours (colours will vary) will help you sort your needles by size and type

Ruler App

This wooden ruler rack will organize your rulers and keep your cutting area neat and tidy.

The sturdy wooden base has a generous six slots that allow you to sort your rulers and templates according to size, keeping them visible and handy.

Featuring:

  • A galvanised farmhouse style bucket to store cutting tools for safety and a clutter-free work area
  • Non-skid discs on the bottom of the base prevent the rack from moving or slipping
  • Measures 23” x 4.25” X 5/8”
  • The opening for the bucket is 2 7/8” in diameter

Pre-orders & Deposits

As you can imagine shipping and taxes to bring these into the UK is not cheap or easy.

I am not expecting for you to pay the full amount until they have arrived and are ready to ship to you directly.

Therefore I have these items on pre-order with a deposit required so that I can be sure of quantities to order.

As you can imagine I need to be sure who I am actually ordering for on this first shipment as this will require a big up front investment from me and my business.

If you commit to paying a deposit then you are committing to paying for the full balance, but I am not asking for all the money up front until we know the products have safely arrived and are ready for delivery to you.

I know there is appetite for the Lap App™ but I just have to manage the quantities and shipping costs to myself.


Deadline

The deadline for the first wave of orders is Midday, Monday 1st May.


Delivery

I am only going to be offering shipping within the United Kingdom, due to the size and possible postage restrictions until I can work out how big the items would be for future packing requirements further afield.

I am estimating that it will take 2-4 weeks for the product to arrive and that is not including any possible customs hold ups, as no one can predict those!.

Just one final point, if you order anything at the same time as your pre-order I will not be shipping out separately and these will be held until the Lap App™ products arrive. If you want something else now I would recommend popping a separate order through.


Reserve Now

If you would like to order any of the products and be on the first wave of deliveries you need to order by Midday Monday 1st May.

**sign up window extended, see details below**

Let me introduce you to my latest subscription, with a twist! Yes this time rather than a quilt kit subscription I am giving you a thread collection. But not only that it is threads and A WHOLE LOT MORE!

Aurifil have put together this amazing 6 month long subscription which will include not only a collection of different threads, but all the knowledge, tuition and inspiration to be able to use those threads confidently. You will learn so much through this programme that I for one cannot wait for July to come around.

Aurifil has long been my favourite go to thread for everything and here they are allowing me the chance to share this love affair with you and have you hooked just the same as me. If you have ever been curious about different thread weights, or maybe like myself when I started out, not even realising there was a difference then Thread Labs is just for you.

Thread Labs is a six part subscription series that tells the story of Aurifil– from a shared celebration of our 40th anniversary, to our history and unique production process, to an in-depth education on our revered threads.

From July through December, subscribers will gain all the necessary tools to more confidently create with a variety of thread weights and techniques, finishing the year inspired, armed with new skills and a wealth of knowledge. Truly, what better way to honour a 40 year milestone than to invite you all in to the Aurifil family, box by box, project by project?

Thread Labs is a must-have for both the Aurifil enthusiast and novice. Each lab presents an exclusive project crafted by one of our revered Aurifilosophers & Designers, designed to educate and inspire via a featured thread weight.

The box itself includes a perfectly curated range of threads. A secure online portal for subscribers plays host to exclusive content including downloadable project PDFs, educator interviews, thread tutorials, partner offers, and more.

Lab 1.1 (shown above) provides early access to our newfangled swatch book, an exploratory Aurifilosophy session with Aurifil’s Master Educator, Karen L. Miller, an Aurifil Storage Case, an Aurifilosophy Thread Exemplar, and an exclusive project utilizing all 7 included thread weights.

Each lab carries a new thread weight & technique partnership, allowing makers to explore their creativity while working on a new crafty skill.

SCHEDULE

Lab 1.1 | JULY / FUNDAMENTALS
Featured Educator: Karen L. Miller

Lab 1.2 | AUGUST / 50WT, FOUNDATION PAPER-PIECING
Featured Educator: Amy Friend

Lab 1.3 | SEPTEMBER / 40WT & 28Wt, Machine Appliqué
Featured Educators: Barbara Persing & Annie Smith

Lab 1.4 | OCTOBER / 80wt & 12wt, Needleturn Appliqué and Big Stitch quilting
Featured Educator: Jo Avery

Lab 1.5 | NOVEMBER / Forty3 & Mono, Machine Quilting
Featured Educator: Karen L. Miller

Lab 1.6 | DECEMBER / Cotton Floss, Cross Stitch and Embroidery
Featured Educators: Aneela Hoey & Susan Ache

Extra Benefits

The subscription cost is purely for the products within the box. All the additional educational videos, projects PDFs, interviews, thread tutorials and partner offers are complementary from Aurifil and exclusive only to subscribers.

  • Subscriptions have now closed but you can now pay in full and receive the full club up to the point you pay and the remainder of the club on the first week of the month up to December.

Payment & Shipping details *

The subscription is £72 a month for six months, It has an initial payment immediately. The subscription is then deferred until 1 August 2023. At which time there will be five further payments on the 1st of the month.

Subscription boxes will start shipping from July (exact date tbc).

The cost includes free UK shipping, and I am only sending within the UK on this product.

Signs up will close 11th May 2023 at noon on Friday 19th May (deadline has been extended) and there is limited availability.

*This is a 6 month subscription and by signing up you are committing to the full plan. No cancellations mid plan.


Here we are at the launch of the next Mystery Quilt and this one is called Village Green. It features a record (well for little old me) – EIGHT different colour ways. Each of the Mystery Quilt colourway choices I am brining to you has been named after bee friendly flowers and plants which you might find in a traditional Village Green.


What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous.


What are your options?

Each of these eight colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from, so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Here is a closer look at the fabrics chosen for this Mystery Quilt.


My first Village Green Mystery Quilt is a classic Rashida Coleman Hale fabric line called Whatnot for Ruby Star Society.

Bluebell

This is a slightly older print that will not be easy to find these days but the fun prints on these fabrics work really well for Mystery Quilt.

For the purposes of the illustration the fabric around the circle represents the binding fabric. This may also be a duplicate of a fabric within the quilt top.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Bluebell – Fabrics Whatnot by Moda Fabrics

A closer look at the fabrics from Whatnot:


Crocus

My second fabric option is one of my Alison Glass collections for Andover Fabrics. This is a selections of Sun Prints and Trinkets.

I almost missed this fabric line and just managed to order it in time for it to be included in this Mystery Quilt as I just knew it would work beautifully.

Again here is a closer look at all the fabrics included in the quilt kit.


Mystery Quilt: Crocus – Fabrics: Sun Prints & Trinkets for Andover Fabrics

These are the Trinkets and Sun Prints making up Crocus:


Forget Me Not

Here is a return to a popular theme from last year. My Christmas quilt was very popular so I thought I would go again with an equally cute and fun print.

This is Christmas in the City an Art Gallery Fabrics range.

You can’t quite see it from this graphic but the binding is a lovely Christmas red with little snowmen on.


Mystery Quilt: Forget Me Not – Fabric: Christmas in the City by Art Gallery Fabrics

A selection of cute Christmas prints, this is Christmas in the City:


Foxglove

This is my second Alison Glass collaboration. Using a range of Sun Prints and Trinkets is a beautiful combination of purples, lilac, pinks with an accent of mustard! Trust me, it really works.

You will see a black print in there but don’t be put off by that, thinking it will be a dark dark quilt. I would say this is more of an accent print even though it is position one on the wheel.


Mystery Quilt: Foxglove – Fabric: Sun Prints & Trinkets for Andover Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Alison Glasses Sun Prints & Trinkets:


Heather

Heather is from Makower Fabrics and this sweet fabric line is called Heather & Sage, so aptly decided to name the Mystery Heather!

Featuring cute little sheep and pretty heathers and flowers it is a very sweet collection. In complimentary shades of thistle purple, light blues and pale mustard yellow giving a subtle and beautiful quilt.


Mystery Quilt: Heather – Fabrics: Heather & Sage for Makower Fabrics

Here is a closer look at the fabrics from Heather & Sage giving us Heather Mystery Quilt:


Honesty

Honesty is made up of fabric from a range for Art Gallery Fabrics called Lilliput. The range features prints with ditzy flowers, berries and large florals.

All in complimenting colours of rusty orange, pale pinks and a deep blue.

This is the usual AGF fabric that has a lovely soft feel to it so will make for a lovely Mystery Quilt.


Mystery Quilt : Honesty – Fabric Collection Lilliput for Art Gallery Fabrics

Here is a closer look at Lilliput fabric for Honesty Mystery Quilt:


Ivy

Ivy Mystery Quilt sees me featuring a new range with first time fabrics from Monaluna Fabrics. These cottons are 100% organic cotton.

This collection is called Amour Vert, a sweet blend of florals and leaves in greens and corals with the added fun of little toadstools and treeshouse in complimenting pale peachy pinks.


Mystery Quilt : Ivy – Fabric Collection Amour Vert for Monaluna Fabrics

A closer look at the fabrics for Ivy:


Sunflower

My final Alison Glass collection and this is one I was so pleased I could grab the fabrics for.

Sun Prints Luminance was what we used for our sell out Rainbow Remix quilt kit, thus there wasn’t any left over.

Fortunately my supplier had stock left so I could make up this beautiful collection. We had nicknamed it NEON until I came up with my Bee Flower related names!


Mystery Quilt: Sunflower – Fabric Collection: Sun Prints Luminance for Andover Fabrics

Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Friday 2 December 2022 at and shipping starts on the 3 February 2023.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 20th day of the month from February onwards.

The small quilt will be £175 or 10 monthly payments of £18 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £230 or 10 monthly payments of £23.50 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 2 December 2022
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £175
  • Large quilt from £230
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 3 February 2023
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER

Welcome to the second Mystery Quilt launch of 2022.

This Mystery Quilt is called Piazza and follows a theme of Italian Piazza’s each one named after a different one. I enlisted the help of my well travelled sis to come up with the names for each of these. Yes I even have her working when she is on the road visiting all these lovely sites.

As always Sheila Christensen has done an amazing job on creating yet another stunning quilt design, but you will have to wait until the end to see how this Mystery Quilt turns out. I can assure you though it is gorgeous.

The only thing for you to decide really is which fabric selection sings to you, we have been working hard together to bring you a set of four fabric collections that work well with the pattern and really brings out the best of each fabric.

What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous. You can read more about your options below or head straight to the Buy Me link

What are my options?

Each of these four colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Here is a closer look at the fabrics chosen for this Mystery Quilt.

Colonna

My first Mystery Quilt choice for Piazza is called Colonna and features a selection of warm tones from Alison Glass’s Between fabric collection.

For the purposes of the illustration the fabric around the circle represents the binding fabric. This may also be a duplicate of a fabric within the quilt top.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.

This one is for me!


Erbe

Here I have chosen some ditzy floral fabrics from Amelia by Makower Fabrics. They were just too sweet to pass up and the tiny print works really well for Mystery Quilt.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.

This one is for me!


Rotonda

This colourway brings some cooler tones from the Between collection by Alison Glass. These gorgeous blues and aquas just look stunning together.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.

This one is for me!


San Pietro

Here I have a funky twist on a monochrome colour scheme. Featuring some of the Beguiled black and white prints from Libs Elliot collection when she was with Andover fabrics.

This one is definitely a bright one and I only have very limited stock on this one so don’t hesitate if this takes your fancy.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.

This one is for me!


You may see that some of these quilt options appear similar to the ones from Cotton Cuts, but each has a slightly different twist with my fabric placements. I have given these different names so you do not get them mixed up. Sometimes we run the same lines but this time we have different ones and ones with a personal MQC twist.

Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Saturday 28th May 2022 and shipping starts on the 29th July 2022.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 15th day of the month from August onwards.

The small quilt will be £170 or 10 monthly payments of £17. 50(all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £225 or 10 monthly payments of £23 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 28 May 2022
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £170
  • Large quilt from £225
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 29 July 2022
  • Runs 10 months

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Here we are at the launch of the next Mystery Quilt and this one is called Sew Sweet. It features three different colour ways from me all based on donut names.

I’ve gone a little traditional with naming each of my quilts as I am not a big donut connoisseur and was brought up on a traditional strawberry jam donut if it was a treat otherwise it was one of those lovely warm seaside donuts covered in sugar!

What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous.

What are my options?

Each of these three colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Here is a closer look at the fabrics chosen for this Mystery Quilt.

Custard Pie

My first Sew Sweet Mystery Quilt is from Katarina Roccella’s fabric line called Twenty. It is for Art Gallery Fabrics so is that gorgeous soft fabric that I loved in my last MQ.

This may seem a little out of the ordinary from my usual choices but when I saw the quilt design for this one, I really loved it and knew you all would too.

For the purposes of the illustration the fabric around the circle represents the binding fabric. This may also be a duplicate of a fabric within the quilt top.

Here is a closer look at all the fabrics contained within this quilt.


Hey Sugar

My second fabric option is from Patty Sloniger for Andover Fabrics and is from the Flora and Fauna fabric collection.

I almost missed this fabric line and just managed to order it in time for it to be included in this Mystery Quilt as I just knew it would work beautifully.

Again here is a closer look at all the fabrics included in the quilt kit.


That’s my Jam

My final offering is actually the fabric I ordered first. I took a bit of a gamble as I really did take a shine to this whole collection when I saw it.

I ordered Henna from Beth Studley for Makower Fabrics long before the quilt had even been designed. Again another option that has paid off rather well as I can say these look fab in the finished design.

The beautiful jewel tones of purples, pinks and teals work so well together to give a bright modern quilt.

A closed look at my final selection of fabrics for this Mystery Quilt.


Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Friday 3 December 2021 and shipping starts on the 4 February 2022.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 20th day of the month from February onwards.

The small quilt will be £185 or 10 monthly payments of £19 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £240 or 10 monthly payments of £24.50 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 3 December 2021
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £185
  • Large quilt from £240
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 4 February 2022
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER


Wow where is 2021 going? The launch of the second Mystery Quilt is almost upon us and I’m excited to share my fabric choices with you all.

The quilt for Summer/Autumn 2021 is called Olympia and each of my three colourway options are named after British female medal winners. I chose to celebrate some of our most successful athletes by honouring them with their very own Mystery Quilt. More on that when I introduce each colourway.

What is a Mystery Quilt?

If you have never heard of the Mystery Quilt then let me fill you in with what is on offer. This is a quilt designed by Sheila Christensen @mysteryquilter and it is a puzzle quilt over 10 months.

Each parcel contains that month’s puzzle instructions and all the pre-cut fabric pieces to make the blocks. Pieces are kept simple: triangles, squares and rectangles and at the end the final puzzle is revealed to give you a beautiful finished quilt top.

It is a Mystery or puzzle as you don’t know what the finished quilt will look like until the final reveal, but the quilts are very cleverly designed by Sheila and always turn out fabulous.

What are my options?

Each of these three colourways I have carefully selected for you to choose from so I hope you see something that takes your fancy?

Laura

Laura Kenny (néeTrott) is GB’s most successful Olympic female competitor in any sport. She has four Gold medals in her discipline of cycling.

This colourway I selected for Laura is a combination of some of my favourite Trinket prints with some amazing coordinating prints from Sunprints 2019, 2020 & 2021.

I just love how the Alison Glass prints work so well together across all these collections.


Charlotte

Charlotte Dujardin is a British dressage rider and is GB’s most successful Olympic equestrian. She holds three gold and one silver medal.

This collection named after Charlotte is using Amy Sinibaldi’s Little Town fabric, my first Art Gallery Fabric collection and my first Christmas themed Mystery too!

I know that this is going to be super popular already and I can see me needing to order more fabrics. The beauty of AGF mean that I can repeat orders and I am not limited like I am with more traditional fabric ordering methods.


Katherine

Katherine Grainger is one of GB’s most decorated female Olympians. She holds five olympic medals in total. She has a gold medal and four silver medals spanning a rowing career from 2000 through to 2016.

I chose Katherine to represent another Alison Glass collection, this time we have a range of purples with blues and greens.

A combination of floral ditzy prints alongside her trademark motif prints featuring birds, boats, scissors and everything in between.


Quilt nitty gritty

Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from Friday 28 May 2021 and shipping starts on the 31 July 2021.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 15th day of the month from August onwards.

The small quilt will be £180 or 10 monthly payments of £18.50 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £235, or 10 monthly payments of £24 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 28 May 2021
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £180
  • Large quilt from £235
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 31 July 2021
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER

Here we are at the launch of our next Mystery Quilt. Sparkle and Shine will see me bring to you another four quilts to choose from. These will be named Pearl, Quartz, Sapphire & Sphene.

I am so excited to show you the collections I have for you all. I personally hand pick these four quilts as I just love the modern bright fabrics, the luscious neutrals and quirky prints.

Sign ups will start at the beginning of December and the club starts shipping in February.


Pearl

My first choice I bring you, I will admit was a very nice surprise. With all the issues we’ve had this year I truly thought I had missed the boat. I am so pleased to bring you Stealth from Libs Elliott.

A beautiful selection of black, greys and neutrals that is going to make a stunning quilt.


Quartz

The ever fabulous Tula Pink sees a mix of Linework with her vibrant solids.

You might not see it here, but it will all be topped off with the Tent Stripe black & white binding!


Sapphire

My first collection with Ruby Star Society and I just fell in love with Whatnot!

I mean those toothbrushes are just too cute!


Sphene

Another of my very popular designers, Giucy Giuce always comes up with beautiful combinations.

Prism brings a mix of teals, greens and yellows with a Linen Texture in turquoise.


Quilt top finished size:

Small quilt – 48″ x 60″

Large quilt – 72″ x 72″

Sign ups for the club will be taken from 1pm Friday 4th December. Shipping starts on the 6th February 2021.

Sheila offers a great Facebook group for any users and it is a worldwide community all sewing up the same puzzles in so many different fabrics. It is a great place to meet other people in the club.

I will offer the club with a monthly subscription or the option to pay in full. If you take the this you will receive a discount compared to the monthly instalment option, see prices below. I have also kept the prices the same as 2020. If you opt for a subscription It will be an immediate payment, followed by nine monthly payments on the 20th of the month from February onwards.

The small quilt will be £180 or 10 monthly payments of £18.50 (all prices include UK postage).

The large quilt is £235, or 10 monthly payments of £24 (all prices include UK postage).

Key information

  • General launch – 4th December
  • Save if you pay in full
  • Small Quilt from £180
  • Large quilt from £235
  • Instalment plan available
  • Starts shipping 4 February 2021
  • Runs 10 months

Make sure you are signed up to the newsletter to keep ahead of any latest news coming from the club and confirmation of the launch times for this Mystery Quilt – NEWSLETTER