Fast forward a few weeks later and this arrived in the mail.
- 1 metre of Heathers Bailey fabric from FabricDirect.com.au and a 20% discount voucher off my next purchase - woohoo thank you!
- Baby Toys Pattern by FLOSStyle - few of them (babies!) around so will come in handy
- Gracelyn Dress Pattern by Gracie May Designs - gorgeous Miss 5 will love it!
- 2 metres of Lace Trim Bias from Little Cherub Craft and Fabric Supplies - oh it makes my heart sing, so sweet. Love love love!
- The perfect shade of Gutermann thread to match the fabric, some adorable little Crochet flowers, butterfly buttons and coordinating ribbon
- Birch Magnetic Pin Catcher - wait up, they don't just go all over the floor?
- Birch Wonderclips - which I have heard are AH-MAZE-ING according to my quilty friends
The box is not a kit to make something, more a carefully curated sample of fabric, notions and patterns. This suits me better as I hate to feel constrained to make something exactly the same but rather interpret what I receive however I want depending on what I need or want to create. Plus the box included items I have never heard of so how would I possibly know to buy them. Love expanding my sewing knowledge.
There are only a few days left to sign up for the October box and the few sneaky peeks I've seen look fantastic - a bright Spring theme.
Head over to Sew Box Subscriptions to sign up. Leesa even has a little gift subscription if you want to buy one for a friend or it would make a perfect birthday or Christmas gift (hint hint if my family or friends are reading this!!).
So now that my market last weekend is over, I can turn my attention to making something from the box. I have a clutch pattern I've been asked to test - that would look sweet. Something for Miss 5, who always seems to miss out? Is it too early to start creating for Christmas? What would you make from this box?
I will reveal next week what I create, meanwhile the important stuff:
Sew Box Subscriptions - website, Facebook and following them o Instagram and Pinterest. And is it value for money? Absolutely, there is over $60 worth of goodies here and the subscription is much less and includes postage.
The box was provided to me to review - all opinions expressed are my own.