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Holiday Quilters Club Sewing Subscription Box

A little over a year ago I subscribed to the Annie's Holiday Quilters Club which is a monthly sewing subscription box.  As you know, I'm not a big quilter, but I do enjoy smaller projects that require some quilting aspects.

Last October I got my first monthly quilt box and started my journey.  This subscription has been really inspiring and helped me get creative with my sewing.

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Each kit comes with all the fabric and unique notions you'll need to complete the project, plus the pattern and directions.

Let me show you a couple of the projects I've made so far and a few I've created using just the fabrics provided in the kits.  AND, my readers get a special discount at the end of the post for 50% off your first month!!

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My first project was a cute fall pot holder from the Multi-Holiday Hot Pads project.  It was fun to create the fall pumpkin hot pad.  It required some hand sewing and machine sewing.

I was really excited when this holiday wall hanging showed up in December.  It was the perfect addition to my buffalo plaid inspired downstairs holiday d├ęcor. 

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I sat down almost immediately to create the project.  The only change I made was to add some loops at the top to hang it easily on my wall.

For Valentine's Day I create this beautiful heart centerpiece.  Here you can see I was finishing off the embroidery in the project.  It is really a pretty centerpiece and not a difficult project for an intermediate sewist.

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I've said before that I didn't use all the sewing projects sent to me from Annie's Holiday Quilters Club.  

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Don't get me wrong, I really like the look of all the projects.  But some of them I wasn't interested in doing and others, I just really loved the fabric and had different ideas for it.

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For instance, I really thought some of the winter fabrics would make a simple and cute bunting to hang in my living room.  So, I used the snowman and snowflake fabric for buffalo plaid bunting.

I also use the same kit to make some festive DIY Pot Holders.

How about one more pot holder project??

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This fall I made some new pot holders and used fabrics from two of the fall/Halloween kits to make them.  That leaf pot holder has a really light batik leaf pattern.  It is really pretty.

That isn't all.  Here are a few of the other projects that come each month.  I have a few of them on my schedule to sew up.  That casserole dish cover for example!

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 As you can see, there are a wide ranges of projects and loads of beautiful seasonal fabrics that will come straight to your door each month.  Which is so fun and a great surprise each week.

Let me know which project you are most excited about!!

Now for our readers, if you use our affiliate link, you'll get 50% off your first shipment of Annie's Holiday Quilters Club.  The discount will automatically be added at checkout.

And if you are looking for some great kids kit clubs.  Check out the projects we've made using the Creative Girls Kit Club and the Young Woodworkers Kit Club.

Learn more about the best holiday sewing subscription box from Annie's Crafts.

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