Long Arm Quilting
Due to high volume of quilts, I no longer do custom work, just edge to edge designs.
My Longarm machine is a Gammill/ Statler Stitcher which enables me to choose 100's of designs to enhance quilt.
Edge to Edge designs are stitched across the entire quilt top in rows,repeating edge to edge all the way to the bottom.
Edge to edge designs are .015 cents per square inch.To figure your cost, multiply length times width to find your square inch measurement There is a minimum charge of $45.If your quilt is smaller than 4000 square inches, (baby quilts, table runners), the min. charge is still $45.
I carry Quilters Dream Cotton, Wool and Warm 'N Natural batting. You can supply your own batting or purchase it from me.
Things you need to know BEFORE you send your quilt top to the Longarmer:
* DO NOT pin, baste or join the layers in any way.
* Make sure your seams and stitiches are secure
* Trim all excess threads, top and backing
* Remove all selvage edges
* Make sure your quilt has no wavy borders
* Press your quilt top and backing,make sure all seams are flat
* Backing MUST be 6 inches wider and 6 inches longer than quilt top.
Ex; If your quilt top measures 60" x 85", your backing must be at least 66" x 91"
QUESTIONS: Call me 607-748-5661 or email me: email@example.com
Below are pictures of some of my customer quilts that I have quilted for them. It is an honor to be entrusted to finish their quilts.
Below are pictures of a Queen size Double Wedding Ring quilt. I spent 3 weeks custom quilting it for the mother of the bride who made it to surprise her daughter at her wedding shower. First picture is before quilting.
Back of DWR quilt.
Here is a beautiful star quilt before I quilted it.
Yes! He lives on a farm.
I pieced and custom quilted this Carpenter's Star using the pattern from Debbie Maddy of Calico Carriage House.
This fireman theme quilt was made using the Just Can't Cut It pattern from All Washed Up. It is so easy and fast, show off the fabric. This was donated to the Jefferson Township Fire House in New Jersey to be used as a fundraiser.
This quilt was a raffle quilt designed and made by Common Threads Quilt Guild in Vestal , NY. I custom quilted it and I also won this raffle quilt.
Some more custom quilting.
Who doesn't like a Blanket of Snow? I made this quilt for my sister's 40th birthday.
Please call if you need more information,want references or have questions.