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Longarm Quilting Services

Step 1

Find inspiration

After you have a completed quilt top, we're ready to work together. Take a look at some of the work we've completed for others or some of our available quilting designs and try to imagine what's going to suit your quilt the best. Some of our available designs are listed here:
(we're working on updating this list)


We don't currently have a gallery of our work on this site, but in the meantime you can see some of our work on Instagram or Facebook using to find us.

If you find this process overwhelming in any way, jump ahead to Steps 2 and 3 and we'll work with you in our consultation meeting to sort out best what you need for your quilt. We're here to work with you.

Step 2

Share some important information with us about what you want

In advance to meeting with us to discuss your quilting needs, we have an information gathering process. We have specific questions we need to have answered so we can serve you best. Many people prefer to start here so our time together is spent more on the creative process of the quilting design selection and thread choice and less on information gathering when we meet. But if you have problems with completing this, we can work on it together when we meet.

Step 3

Pay for your Longarm Quilting and any add-ons you may want

You are going to need your completed quilt top measurements for this step. At a minimum, you will add longarm quilting to your cart based on your square footage of your quilt top. To work this out take the length x width ÷ 144. This number can be rounded to the nearest 2 decimal places (i.e., 21.28). You will enter this based on the quilt top, not the backing 

We also have some add-on options available to you. If you need qualify batting, select from the drop down and add it to your cart. Want a custom section added to the quilt? Or a quilted coat pattern stitched directly on to your quilt top? We've got you covered there. 

Why do we do it this way? There are no surprises for you when the quilting is finished. You already know what it is going to cost in advance and don't have to wait on us to provide you with a quote. You can see it yourself without being put on the spot. We want this to be a comfortable process for you.

Once your order is paid and your quilt intake form is completed, we'll touch base to schedule that meeting and work out how we are getting your quilt top, backing, and possibly batting from you. We look forward to working with you.

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