Sunday, June 5, 2016

Home Delivery

When Amanda, the owner and creator of Stash Builder Box, contacted me about receiving a courtesy box to see what it was all about, I of course went straight to her website to learn more. I'd seen the boxes on social media over the last several weeks, but I hadn't realized that 20% of the proceeds from every box purchase goes towards making quilts for kids in need through their Heart Builders program. Now that's a cause I can support.

The box, which arrived yesterday, came very nicely packaged, and I appreciated the card telling a bit about each product inside. 

As you can see, there were two patterns - one a quilt pattern by lillyella, and the other a skill-builder block that's part of the Stash Builder Box block of the month quilt along [#botmsbb]. Also included were three fat-quarters, all from the Cloud9 Glint collection, and several notions, including a spool of my favorite Aurifil, a couple of Bobbin Buddies, which I'd never seen before, and a pack of TrueGrips, that I put immediately to use.

I can honestly say that the whole presentation was very nicely done, and all products are of the highest quality. The box I received was the June box, which can be ordered by the 14th of this month and will ship on the 15th. If you'd like to order a box for yourself or as a gift, use the code IHEARTSBB for $3 off a first month's box. Stash Builder Box is a fun concept that also helps others, so that's a win-win.


  1. As much as I am trying to keep the "stuff" in my sewing room under control, all of this looks so lovely and so much fun!

  2. Oh, so tempting!!! Thanks for the review!

  3. I love the concept behind Stash Builder Box for their charitable angle as well. I even just donated a lot of fabric to them to use for upcoming charity quilts. :)

  4. It looks very awesome. There is something so wonderful about receiving something in the mail! If that something is fabric then it's all the better!!!

  5. This is so nice! I've seen her on IG many times and have wondered too, about what kind of things they include in a box. Also didn't know about the proceeds, very worthwhile. Thanks for sharing this, Debbie.