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Sew Sampler Box July 2019 Sneak Peek!

Can you believe it’s already July? The start of a new month means you get to see a Sneak Peek inside our next box! We included one of our all-time favorite precuts in your July box this month, Fat Quarters!

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107 comments

  1. Hoping the waiting list isn’t too long. Can’t wait to start receiving my Sew Sampler Box’s.
    Jan

    1. I can’t wait for the July box, I loved the fabric in the June box!!! Those on the waiting list, it’s worth the wait, I know I’m glad I stuck it out and finally got on!!!

    1. Although I haven’t done any of the cool projects in the boxes yet, I have used the included goodies. The sew sampler boxes are definitely worth the cost. I’m thinking the July box will have something Christmas themed. I’m so looking forward to its arrival!

      1. Yes, I definitely think you are right. Riley Blake’s Something Borrowed has the greys. The other lines mentioned do not have that grey. Fat quarters, marvelous!!!! Love my sew samplers.

  2. Every fabric y’all have ever sent has been beautiful! I can’t wait to see what is in July’s box.

  3. No guesses but as always I’m looking forward to my monthly “surprise box” Thank you for all that you do FQS

    1. I think it will be red, white, and blue fat quarters! All American theme! Love being a part of this group! Nancy Evans

  4. As a subscriber since the beginning, I never guess, but I love what everyone else guesses! When the box arrives, I am so excited to open it! Even though not everything is “my color”, it’s fun and exciting! There is always someone who will like what I do not, and there’s joy in giving! Thank you for the time you take to make each box special!

    1. I fully agree with Nanette. I also am a subscriber since the beginning and have always had fun with each month’s box.

  5. I’m terrible at guessing but whatever it is I will be excited! Since it’s my birthday month…the 24th…it will be extra special. Like getting a present from FQS. Love Sew Sampler!

  6. Maybe some of Lori Holt’s fabric to go along with the Granny’s Garden Sew Along that starts soon?

  7. The mini Purple Srash n Store notion, theyvare sew cute and not available yet in Australia so that would be awesome to receive

  8. Fat Quarters, are we getting Fat Quarters? My all time favorite would be anything by Laundry Basket designed by Edyta Sitar!! I love pre cuts, so looking forward to the box no matter what is chosen!

  9. Oooooo…. looks like a fat quarter bundle… blue and grey… mmmmm…. not very fair… you all make your own! But if I had to guess…. Regency Ballycastle Chintz???…. gorgeous fabrics… I love the patterns and colors… have been gazing enviously at them!

  10. Whatever it is will be wonderful. I have been in since January and each month is better than the previous month. Don’t know how it keeps getting better,but it does. Absolutely love 💘💘💘Sew Sampler.

  11. I hope it has Riley Blake fabric in something borrowed, it’s really pretty! Maybe cute sissors and pins??

  12. The blue color and the needle reminds me of the Japanese art of mending called boro which happenes to be a fabric line for Moda (release in feb I think).

  13. I received my first Sew Sampler box last month. It was fun to open and peek at everything. Looking forward to each month’s surprise. I think July will be Christmas themed also. Can’t wait!

    1. I was/am hoping the same thing because I love the Moda Boro line. In fact I am taking a class on the boro history and technique at a quilt store in Columbus (OH) on Friday. But honestly, given my long experience with these boxes, it’s probably Riley Blake’s Something Borrowed…

      1. Thanks ladies for mentioning Moda Boro fabric, I checked it out and read the history, so interesting and would love to see it. Amazing fabric.

  14. With your mention that it’s already July, maybe we’ll be receiving a Christmas-themed box that contains fat quarters, among other things?!?

  15. I’m soo glad I was finally able to get my 1st box in June. I had a subscription last year but canceled it.. such a DUMB MOVE ON MY PART!! I missed soo many good things!! This is by far the best monthly subscription box out in the sewing world!! FQS.. YOU ROCK!! Keep em coming!! Thank you!!

  16. I have loved each and every box so far and I am excited for July. How about Christmas in July, perfect time to start gifts

  17. I never have a guess, but cannot wait until my box comes!😍 It’s like having your birthday every month!

    1. I also never have a guess, but I LOVE everything I get. Pretty sure if I DID guess, I’d be way off LOL

  18. Mister Domestic’s favorite color was my first thought when I saw the ribbon in the clue. Hope it is his Catch and Release line.

  19. I would love the blue Olfa ergonomic 45m rotary cutter. The Japanese Shibori type fabric would go great with a new BLUE ergonomic rotary cutter.

  20. I’m wishing for Christmas in July but there’s not much I can tell from the hint.
    It doesn’t matter because I LOVE THE SUPRISES!

    1. Love my Sew Sampler! Can’t wait to see what it is every month! Hope it’s Riley Blake Something Borrowed because it’s gorgeous! Thanks FQS!

  21. Could it be the Shabby Fat Quarters, Riley Blake? Or maybe Farm Girl Vintage or Cozy Christmas since they are the top two most popular fat quarter bundles. The colors are very similar to Laundry Basket. Which ever it is, it will be good, as always. I love opening my mailbox to the Sew Sampler!

  22. June 2019 was my first sew sampler box and July is my birthday month. I loved everything in the last box and can’t wait for the next one to arrive. Hurry please hurry!!!

  23. I love each box especially this past June’s…wonderful fabric and items. I have been exposed to so many wonderful notions and fabrics. I can’t wait to see what July’s holds for us!

  24. Fat Quarters! Wow I can’t wait! Last month’s box was great as they usually are. I would love some FQs of Bonnie & Camille wovens.

  25. I have to jump back in here..LOL! After noticing “The Needle”…I’m thinking a possibility of a “Fat Quarter Needle Minder?” Maybe..Piggy! I guess we shall see!!!! 😀

  26. Maybe an embroidery project or kit?!!! I just know that whatever is going to be in our July box will be a wonderful surprise because the Sew Sampler boxes are always full of such great goodies!!!✨💖✨

  27. Thinking maybe Christmas fat quarters to celebrate Christmas in July! I love fat quarters and am already excited!

  28. After last month’s box, it will be hard to beat. I love receiving these boxes every month. Cannot wait!

  29. Each month brings something wonderful to my doorstep! Thank you FQ Shop employees and especially Kimberly! xxoo You are ALL awesome and make my day with each and every order and box!:) Hugs

  30. Christmas in July? Sweet Christmas would be exciting to receive! As always I’m excited each month to receive my sew sampler and it is always a surprise. Thanks to all at FQS!

  31. From the box shape…maybe a tumbling block template and pattern? That would be fun! Oh well, crazy guess, but no matter what the surprise, it’s ALWAYS fun!

  32. Its not really important, what´s fabrics inside the box – for me personally. It´s allways like x-mas: a present that i can need for my hobby 🙂

  33. I started Sew Sampler in February and just missed the January Spool of Love box. I LOVE the fabric and Spool pattern. I would like to purchase it from any of the members who have decided NOT to make that project be would be willing to sell.

    1. There is a “sew sampler swap” on facebook where you can get old sew sampler boxes and patterns and things. But they will only ship to USA.

    1. There is a “sew sampler swap” on facebook where you can get old sew sampler boxes and patterns and things. But they will only ship to USA.

  34. I’m never disappointed with my #sewsampler box! I love it all! Thank you FQS for an unbelievable deal!

  35. thimble ruler, the pink ruler handle grippy thing, and a tree skirt pattern from the thimble ruler….????

  36. 💁🏻‍♀️Whatever it is….I CANT WAIT……MAYBE IT WILL BE HERE TODAY👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼♥️♥️♥️♥️🙌🏼

  37. I’m guessing some V and Co. Ombre Confetti or Ombre FQs, either of which I’d love, based on my following observations:

    1. During the 7/11/19 live stream when Kimberly and Corey Yoder were showing a quilt made using ombre fabrics, Kimberly seemed very excited about them and their possibilities. She also mentioned that she is going to be using some soon.
    2. We haven’t had anything like this or solids/blenders in a box in the last 6 months since I joined, (or possibly even the last 12-18 months or more) – the closest being Alison Glass’s sun print charm squares, (i.e. NOT FQs).
    3. Kimberly or Corey Yoder also mentioned that with the color variations in ombre fabric, buying any piece was more like buying more than one piece/color.
    4. Given that in each Sew Sampler Box we generally receive $18-$25 worth of fabric, (e.g. recent boxes = 10 fat eighths, 2 x charm packs, a jolly bar or mini honey bun or mini jelly roll with some additional fabric), I’m guessing we will receive 5-8 FQs of patterned fabric or 6-8 FQ of a solid or blender fabric, Therefore, receiving ombre FQs would feel like getting the most “bang” for the “fat quarter buck.”

    I’ve been happy with all the collections I’ve received though. If I’m wrong, maybe V & Co’s. Ombre Bloom will be in a future box after its Oct. 2019 release.

  38. Whoops, missed a big clue in the picture itself, recent FQS focus on “Christmas in July” projects, and the recent release of many Christmas collections. I’m now guessing a Christmas theme, with Sweet Christmas at or near the top of this list.

  39. I was on the waiting list but recently got a email that there were some open slots. When will I know if I got on of them?

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