What is it?

Longarm Quilting - What Is It?

{ quoted from the Wikipedia Longarm Quilting article }

"Longarm quilting is the process by which a longarm sewing machine is used to sew together a quilt top, quilt batting and quilt backing into a finished quilt top. The longarm sewing machine typically ranges from ten to fourteen feet in length. One typically consists of an industrial sewing machine head, a ten-to-fourteen foot table, and several rollers on which the fabric layers are placed. Quilting using a longarm machine can take significantly less time than hand quilting or more traditional machine quilting. This time saving is a large factor in the gain in popularity of longarm quilting."

The customer can either choose from an available selection of patterns, a custom design, or general meandering, done freehand.

We quilt your quilt tops. Our machine can handle the small baby quilts to the large queen and king size quilts. We have a computer driven machine which allows you to choose from many different patterns to fit the theme and style of your quilt. We also have paper patterns, and do free motion quilting. If you have a certain design in mind, chances are we have it or something very similar or can find or make it for you.

We are firm believers that great customer service is what it is all about. We will pass on that great service to you.

We do our work with the Nolting 20” Fun Quilter on a 12’ frame with the computer system, Side Saddle™. The Nolting long arm machines are proudly made right here in the United States. We currently have over 100 patterns in the system and more patterns will be added each month.