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Be kind. Be creative. Be a quilter!

Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Whether this is your first quilt or your one hundred and first,
I will work with you to create a design plan that will compliment your quilt and fit your budget.
 With over twenty six years of longarm machine experience, I have the skills to handle your quilting needs quickly and professionally. I know how much your quilt means to you and I’ll treat it as if it were my own.

I offer computerized edge to edge work and reasonable pricing.
Your quilt will be quilted on a top of the line machine using high quality professional grade thread.
My studio is a strict non-smoking zone.

I charge by the square yard and there are no hidden fees.
We will discuss the quilting charge up front so there will be no surprises later.
If there's an issue with your quilt, I will let you know so that you can tell me how you'd like me to address it.
You provide the top, batting and backing and I provide the know-how.

Computerized edge to edge work is $30 per square yard and up. (pricing includes thread)
I'm sorry, but I no longer offer custom or show quality quilting work.
To determine the square yardage of your quilt just measure the length and width of the quilt,
multiply those numbers, and divide the result by 1296.
(example: 72x90 Twin size quilt. 72x90=6480. 6480÷1296=5 square yards)

If you'd like to talk with me about finishing your quilt or you have a quilt you'd like to schedule
please call me at 952 484 3675 (you can text me at this number as well)
or contact me via email at

Preparing Your Quilt For Quilting
1. Choose high quality backing fabric. Your backing is the foundation for the rest of the quilt and a flimsy back will interfere with how your quilt lays on the bed or hangs on the wall. Additionally, a loosely woven backing will cause you to see batting 'pokies' which are small bits of batting that migrate through the loose weave of the fabric. Trust me; you will not think pokies are cute.

2. Choose a high quality batting. The cheaper the batting, the higher the likelihood that you will experience bunching and batting migration, especially if the quilt is laundered. The brands I recommend are Hobbs and Quilters Dream. These are both reliably great quality batts that perform as expected and stand the test of time. If you want a flat 100% cotton batting with minimal loft and want it to be lightly quilted, you might also wish to consider Warm and Natural. This is a fairly heavy batting that allows widely spaced lines of quilting. Be aware that this batting is not suitable for heavy quilting, as it will stiffen up when quilted heavily.

3. Your backing and batting must be a minimum of 6 inches larger than the quilt top. No exceptions. Example; if your quilt top is 72x90, your backing and batting must be 78x96. It can be slightly bigger, but it cannot be smaller.

4. Press your top and backing to remove creases and take a minute to check the back of your quilt top for stray threads. This is particularly important if you see dark threads on a light background fabric. Once the quilt is quilted those threads will show, so please remove them!