I've purchased from Missouri Quilt Co once before but didn't think to review them because I mostly do reviews for scrap pack purchases (because it's fun to show off what I got). The time I bought from them before, I did buy some fabric but it was just yardage (actual full yards, a rarity for me) so it wasn't anything that exciting to talk about.
They had a "free shipping" deal again (they have daily deals and sometimes they make free shipping, with no minimum purchase requirements as the deal) so I decided to grab up some smaller cuts of some fabrics I like (and I'm going to use for a quilt swap I'm doing).
True confession, the first time I ordered from them I didn't realize I could order smaller cuts (because I didn't look close enough--most places will sell smaller than a full yard, duh!) but I didn't care that much because I really liked the fabric I was buying (it was Star Wars and Wonder Woman fabrics).
Blah, blah, all this lead up is to say this:
Missouri Quilt Co gives very generous cuts.
That pic is all the fabric I bought. I bought a lot of 1/4 yard cuts (only three cuts were half yards) and as I was unpacking them I noticed they varied in size a LOT. So, being the uptight type that I am, I got out my measuring tape to make sure the smallest one wasn't under 1/4 yard. I was delighted to see that the smallest one (that's the one right there on the top of that stack in the pic) was 1/4 of an inch larger than 1/4 yard. The rest of my 1/4 yard cuts were MUCH bigger. I didn't measure them all to see exactly how generous, but I'd guess an inch or two on most of my 1/4 yards. That's really generous. You'd expect maybe one or two to be a little bit bigger but really only ONE of my 1/4 yard cuts was "exact". Two others were very close (but still bigger) and the rest were at least an inch or more bigger. And it looks like they were all cut neatly, too. Sometimes places give you a lot extra because they cut poorly, so you have to lose a ton of fabric to get it nicely squared up (fabric.com is bad for that--especially on panels--they cut into the panel images a lot, very disappointing).
So I was super happy with how generous the cuts were on an order that I got free shipping on AND the majority of my fabrics were also on sale (and the majority are Cotton+Steel which I've been waiting to get--I like to wait and make sure I really want stuff before I buy it and also to see if it goes on sale a bit).
So if you're buying, I highly recommend Missouri Quilt Co (or maybe they go by Missouri Star Quilt Co--I see their website is Missouri Quilt Co but the masthead has "star"). Sign up for their emails, too. Then you can get the deal of the day (and not miss the free shipping when it comes around).
OH, and they also have tons of free tutorials on their youtube channel. I'm going to use one (the "quilt as you go" one) for the quilt I'm making for a swap.