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. 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?