Cotton Cuts Featured Designer for March + Giveaway

I’m excited to announce that I’m March’s featured designer for Cotton Cuts, a fun subscription box that features carefully curated fabric, patterns and more! And I love that the mission of the company is to create jobs by partnering with a local organization that provides dignified employment opportunities to the intellectually challenged and to those with other disabilities.

Cotton Cuts Classic Box

I’m also excited to announce that one lucky winner will win a classic box featuring my Gridwork fabric + one of my curated PDF patterns. All you have to do to enter is a leave a comment on this post letting me know what is your favorite cut of cotton to play with? Fat Quarters, half yards, full yards, etc.

Cotton cuts allows you to customize your preferences. They offer a variety of boxes and feature a wide range of designers! The larger boxes also include a PDF pattern of your choice from the featured designer, and their smaller boxes are a great way to try out the subscription. Sign up by the 10th of the month to receive your featured designer box by the 20th! Click here to learn more about what they offer.

The giveaway for the classic box will run through Tuesday March 10, 2020. Good luck to everyone who enters!!

142 thoughts on “Cotton Cuts Featured Designer for March + Giveaway

  1. lazygram70 says:

    Fat quarters are my fabric cut of choice! They provide extra fabric for fussy cutting and pattern layout!

  2. Suzy Phillips says:

    Full yard = no regrets! Love usable size scraps for another project after the basics for the first project are cut.

  3. Sandy says:

    Working with fat quarters are my favorite precuts as it gives more variety of cuts to use in my quilt designs.

  4. Glenna Denman says:

    When buying a collection, I like to buy fat quarters, but I more often buy 1/2 yards when I am buying just a few fabrics from a collection.

  5. Patricia Lenhart says:

    Since I am a beginner quilter I like to start with any precut that is needed for my project. It helps me that I don’t have to do all the figuring that could possibly be involved.

  6. Keta Caudillo says:

    I definitely prefer to work with half yard cuts . The reason is because my son’s are adults now and so I would need much more fabric for bigger quilts. I also do like precut because I do suffer with my disability Rheumatoid arthritis so I appreciate that there are precut available out there.

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