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An American Quilt Quilting & Crafts Shaped Puzzle

Puzzle Type: Shaped Puzzle

Piece together the 50 states in “An American Quilt” from SunsOut. This fun-shaped puzzle features beautiful artwork from Joseph Burgess. Each state has a different quilt pattern making this a fun puzzle to do with a group of people or on your own! The completed 600-piece puzzle will measure 34.75” x 27”.

SunsOut puzzles are 100% made in the USA with eco-friendly soy-based inks on recycled boards. SunsOut is not sold in mass-market stores.

An American Quilt

$15.99
Guaranteed to ship on Monday, May 20.
Free Shipping On Orders $75+
4.9 Stars 15
Made in USA

About SunsOut An American Quilt

  • 600 pieces
  • Made by SunsOut
  • Available online and retail

Themes: Maps & Geography, Quilting & Crafts, United States

Age 10+
Artist Joseph Burgess
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle, Shaped Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 95992
UPC Number 796780959927
Release Year 2015
Puzzle Category History & Geography
Item Number 89906
Store Location(s) WD4A1

Frequently Bought Together

An American Quilt
+
Best Peel & Stick Glue Sheets
+
The Puzzle Scoop
+
Mickey Sort & Go!

Total Price: $69.96

This item: An American Quilt - $17.99
Best Peel & Stick Glue Sheets - $10.99
The Puzzle Scoop - $14.99
Mickey Sort & Go! - $25.99

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Quality
Excellent (97%)
Overall Value
Excellent (93%)
Overall Difficulty
Hard (37%)
5 Stars
Roberta Shore - Scottsdale, AZ
Quality: Good
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Medium

Well, this was fun! It took quite a bit of time for a 600 piece puzzle. The only illustration is a nice size, but relative to the puzzle size, it took some adjustment to match piece design to illustration location. Quality: there were some issues. The piece fit was very loose. The backing paper was pealing or hanging from several pieces. No pieces were otherwise damaged, together uncut, or missing. The box top has the full illustration. It was sturdier than the box bottom. Inside there was only the sealed bag of pieces. Piece colors were true to the illustration. Getting started: Find the edge pieces and sort by color. Thank goodness the edge of the contiguous 48 states were clearly defined! Alaska and Hawaii were on the quilt. I did sort that separately - the quilters, the quilt background, and Alaska. As for sorting the rest - no, I was not going to individually sort each of the remaking states! I laid out those pieces in no particular order in one layer, While doing that, I did group some of the more recognizable designs. After a while it became fairly easy to peruse the rows and find what I was looking for. Construction: I built the quilt and quilters first. I considered building the frame, but passed on that idea. There is one oddity in the white edge. Between the ocean borders of Oregon and California, the illustration shows the edge pieces following the ins and outs of the coastline, not the fat bulge as in the photo above. At any rate, I added edge pieces bit by bitt as the states came together. After Louisiana, Florida, Maine, Washington and Montana, I really don’t remember the build order by state. Texas came toward the end. The completed puzzle certainly makes a statement on my puzzle board! I’ve done several SunsOut puzzles. They have a large selection and a lot of fun and interesting illustrations. No quality issues kept me from purchasing more - price point is good. Worst was one with a missing piece, and one that was too pixelated. In both issues, replacements were awarded. The brand is worth checking out,

5 Stars
Claire Hebert - Aylett, VA

This was a Christmas gift. "challenging but not frustrating", puzzle to work.

5 Stars
Connie Paul - El Paso, TX
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Hard

liked it

5 Stars
Deanna Anderson - Pleasant Hill, MO
Quality: Excellent
Value: Good
Difficulty: Medium

The puzzle is a fun one with a unique shape.

5 Stars
Sharon L Swanson - Omaha, NE
Quality: Excellent
Value: Good
Difficulty: Medium

Loved this puzzle. It was challenging but fun!

4 Stars
Lorna Murray - Pittsburg, KS
Quality: Good
Value: Good
Difficulty: Hard

First puzzle with uneven edges. It was a bit of a challenge but a lot of fun. It has great colors and I enjoyed it.

5 Stars
Virginia Anderson - Eugene, OR
Quality: Excellent
Value: Good
Difficulty: Medium
Would Recommend: Yes

This puzzle is fun to make. I've been recommending it to friends...and I've also purchased it to give as a gift.

5 Stars
Patty Ellis - Southaven, MS
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Easy
Would Recommend: Yes

This experience exceeded my expectations. The ease of ordering, quality of puzzle, and ship time. Thanks for being there when I needed you....my Mom loved this puzzle for her Mothers Day surprise.

5 Stars
Robert Geary - Clymer, PA
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Medium
Would Recommend: Yes

Have framed it and this is a gift

5 Stars
Alma Alber - Boulder, CO

5 Stars
Sharon Rhinehart - Saint Charles, MO
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Medium
Would Recommend: Yes

This was a fun puzzle--loved all the different colors and patterns! I recommend it for sure!

5 Stars
Rosemary Orr - Mount Washington, KY

Quilters will love this puzzle. very colorful and unique shape.

5 Stars
Joyce Burry - Clovis, CA
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Medium
Would Recommend: Yes

5 Stars
Melody Waldron - Cedar Lake, IN
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Medium
Would Recommend: Yes

I bought this puzzle because it was unique with the outline (not just straight lines). It made it a little more challenging than I thought but enjoyed the challenge....something different.

4 Stars
Debra - Redding, CA
Quality: Excellent
Value: Excellent
Difficulty: Advanced
Would Recommend: Yes


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