Q: Why are there different CUSTOM charges? What is the difference between $20 per hour and $30 per hour quilting?
Q: I changed my mind. I was going to do the quilting myself and I trimmed the quilt, batting and backing down slightly larger than the top, but now I want it longarmed. Can you still do it?
A:You can get away with slightly less side to side, but I absolutely need the 6" length (when in doubt, more is better).
Q: Can you longarm a quilt that I (or my grandmother, or I found in a yard sale, or...) already started without removing my existing quilting?
Q: I found a top in a garage sale (or an antique store or online...). Can you quilt it?
Q: Should I pin or baste my layers (top, batting, backing) before I bring it to you?
A:If you leave pin or basting removal to me, expect to be charged my hourly rate.
Q: My quilt design calls for embellishments (buttons, crystals, etc.). How do I prepare it for quilting?
A: If possible h
Q: What batting should I use? What do you recommend?
Q; Do you just do the longarm part or can you add binding or make a complete quilt for me? What would this cost me?
Q: Why is longarm quilting so expensive? Don't you just hook it up to a machine and let it go?
Q: Should I prewash my quilt top and backing before bringing them to you?
A:The basic rule on your backing is if you prewashed your fabric before piecing, then yes, prewash your backing as well. If you did not prewash before piecing, do not wash your backing fabric either. This allows for the same shrinkage after quilting when you do wash the quilt.