Sew Sampler October 2022 Box Reveal - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Sew Sampler October 2022 Box Reveal

Stop and smell the roses now that the October Sew Sampler box is here. In today’s reveal, you can peek behind the petals and see everything that was included this month!

Two of a Kind Country Rose Junior Jelly Roll by Lella Boutique for Moda Fabrics
Sew Sampler got it first! Fat Quarter Shop exclusive!

The Country Rose collection by Lella Boutique has us feeling two ways – a little bit country and a little bit ready to roll! This 20-piece Junior Jelly Roll is a delightful way to sample the mix of artful floral, script and classic prints like ginghams and dots. In light shades of pinks, greens, yellows and blues, it will have you blooming with inspiration!

Be sure to check out the full collection on our website.

Riley Blake Designs Quilty Tools Binding Holder by Riley Blake Designs

This adorable new notion by Riley Blake Designs will keep you happy by keeping your binding tightly wound! It is made of clear acrylic and features a slot to feed your binding through. Simply wind the rest of your binding around the center cut-out and it will be totally under wraps! The charming churn dash design is a cute finishing touch, just as your binding is to your quilt!

MiniSoak Sampler Pack by Soak Wash

Soak in the good vibes of this MiniSoak Sampler Pack! This eco-friendly formulation of laundry soap is easy on your most precious laundry – for example, all your quilts! Made with plant-derived and renewable ingredients, it is biodegradable, phosphate-free, dye-free and sulphate-free. Use it like traditional laundry detergent following instructions on your washing machine, or wash by hand in a basin or tub. This sampler pack comes with Yuzu, Wild Mint and Scentless packs to try and enjoy.

Lime Prym Needle Twister by Prym

The Prym Needle Twister from Prym is everything it’s twisted up to be! With a magnetic base, the Prym Needle Twister safely and securely stores all your needles. Twist down to hide them away and snap on the protective cap, or twist up to fan the needles out for easy selection. Toss this into your sewing bag, you “needle” not worry!

Two of a Kind Pattern by Lissa Alexander and Susan Ache for Martingale
Sew Sampler exclusive!

We love it when these two are quilting together! Lissa Alexander and Susan Ache have teamed up for a one-of-a-kind book about scrappy quilting called Two of a Kind! This bonus pattern includes a fabulous pattern from each of them for twice the fun. Don’t be afraid to pair it up with the Country Rose Junior Jelly Roll in this month’s box for an extra delightful duo!

2022 Block #7 Bliss Quilt Along Quilt Card designed by Fig Tree Quilts
Sew Sampler got it first!

Collect all twelve of the Bliss Quilt Block Patterns, plus a finishing pattern with instructions for putting them all together!

Always sew on the bright side of life! This stunning quilt features Stitched by Fig Tree for Moda Fabrics. We know it will make your Sew Sampler boxes light and bright all year long. Don’t miss out, you can still pick up the Bliss Quilt Kit and Backing Set!

Share your blocks with us on social media with #BlissQuiltAlong!

This month we are celebrating our Sew Samplers with a share to win giveaway!

Simply share on Facebook or Instagram your favorite contents from your October Sew Sampler box, your new items in use, progress, or a completed project with the tag #OctoberSewSampler for a chance to win a $50 Fat Quarter Shop Gift Card!

The October Sew Sampler giveaway closes in one month, and the winner will be announced on our social media. Profiles to enter must be public! Good Luck!


    1. I enjoyed everything in the October Sampler Box. Yesterday I received the rest of the fabric to make the table runner pattern. The binder holder and pin holder are very nice. Looking forward to trying the soaps too.

  1. I love everything in the box. Two patterns to pick from was a nice surprise. I also love the binder holder, although I was a little disappointed initially, thinking it was a template. The needle holder will be really handy when travelling. Thanks for another great box.

  2. Love the binder holder, I will use the needle holder for my cross stitch needles. Fabric is so pretty. I’m kinda on the fence about the patterns but overall it was a good SSB this month.

  3. Looking forward to using the soak wash. I have three quilts coming back from the laq soon and as soon as the bings are on in the washing machine they go with a sample of the laundry wash.
    I also like the binding holder.

  4. I’m just now discovering! Everything beautiful and inspiring! I’ve been missing out!

  5. I’m so excited to be getting the sampler box, was happy about the box, love new presents

    1. LOVE getting these Sampler boxes. Will be making some of these blocks this winter. Making a quilt of churn dash blocks is on my bucket list so really like that binder holder! Fabrics are beautiful and will certainly use the needle holder! Looking forward to next month’s box. Had my tape measure from one of the previous sampler boxes at an open sew at quilt shop. Another quilter saw it & asked if I got sampler boxes and we had fun talking about all the different items we had gotten. Great fun! These boxes are well worth the money.

  6. I love everything in the box. The fabric is beautiful. I love the binding holder! I think that is such an awesome tool. The patterns, the needle holder—everything is so practical for a quilter and sewist. Thank you for such a lovely box!

  7. This was a fun box! Everything in it was so exciting, and I will use everything. Thank you so much for this box.

  8. Another great box! Loved it.

    So here is a special note on the needle holder. I needed to flatten a seam as I was sewing along and didn’t want to bother with ironing it until later. I picked up the cool little needle holder and looked at the bottom and noticed the edges tapered up. I tried pressing my seam with it and it worked wonders! It was super comfortable to hold and just glided across my seam and pressed it perfectly!

    It is now my favorite seam presser when ironing is inconvenient. I bet it would be super for paper piecing.

    1. Kitty, Thank you for the great idea of the needle holder! Sure will save a finger nail! And, it would be a prettier case in my basket than the pharmacy box for old needles!

  9. I miss when Kimberly use to make tutorials on putting the blocks together from the sew sampler.

  10. I like the two patterns that came with the box this month! I’m anxious to use the needle twister, it seems like I’m always putting my needles in a spool of thread or left-over binding etc., so I am also poking myself with a needle

  11. Fabulous box as usual! The fabric and that great little pattern booklet are fantastic! FQS is the best online quilting store anyone could ask for! Keep up the great work.

  12. I agree with Marcia. The binder tool looks like a lot of manipulation will be needed for it while binding your quilt. And it looks like a very narrow binding. The needle thingy?? I use empty prescription for broken needles. And, store used needles to be used again with a protective fabric or a pincushion marked for various needles. It’s a no on notions this month. The fabric is lovely! I’ve not used a junior roll before.