If you can’t finish that quilt because it’s bigger than you can handle and the thought of tackling it is overwhelming, or you just want to decrease your unfinished objects let me quilt it for you

All projects are quilted on the Gammill Long Arm Classic Plus quilting machine.

Services and Prices
Edge to Edge Quilting:
Edge to edge quilting, also known as pantograph is a continuous line design which begins at one edge of the quilt and continues over to the other edge without interruption. This can be achieved by following a predetermined pattern or done in a free motion style. It covers the entire quilt: quilt blocks, sashing and borders are not treated separately.
Custom Quilting:
. Custom Quilting: is a personalized style. Some of the possibilities are: stipple, meander, circles, and echo.
Minimun Set Up:
. There is a minimum charge of $50.00 for any project of any size.
. I do not carry batting, but am glad to discuss your options if you are unsure.
. Should be discussed.

When supplying an article to be quilted, please make sure the following is done
Preparation: TOP
The top absolutely has to be square (45 degress at the corners.)
Remove all loose or hanging threads
Press seams and be careful not to distort your work in the process. Ensure that seams are secure at edges and make sure they won’t come undone.
Remember that your quilt will be mounted in the condition in which it has been received. Wrinkles, folds, puckers and/or excessive fullness cannot be eased in.
Indicate the top of the piece if it is directional.
Preparation: BACK
Piece and square the backing. Note that tearing the fabric across the width of the fabric is not an accurate method of squaring. The corners must be 45 degrees. This can best be achieved with the use of a rotary cutter and a gridded ruler.
All selvedges must be removed.
Backing must be a minimum of 4 inches larger than the top ON ALL SIDES.
Indicate the top of the back if there is a directional issue.

Do NOT pin or baste your layers together. The top, batting and back are each mounted separately on the machine.

If you need to piece the back, use a 1" seam, pressed open, with selvedges removed.

How to calculate square footage: Width _______ inches X Length_______ inches divided by 144 = _______ square feet Example: 60” wide x 72” long = 4320
4320 divided by 144 = 30 square feet

Contact Cheryl at: telas@rogers.com

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