Since I decided to start a long arm quilting business and then actually BOUGHT a long arm quilting machine earlier this year and opened my doors, I’ve noticed some trends among my fabulous clients. They all:
- Have worked very hard to make a beautiful quilt top
- Decided to invest their hard-earned money into long arming
- Want to get the best possible results for their hard-earned dollars
- And they all ask me one similar question:
- “What should I do to prepare my quilt for long arming?”
I can’t blame them! It takes us quilters hours and hours to make a quilt top, and we’re all trying to make the most beautiful quilt we can (based on our abilities). If we’re going to invest even MORE money into a quilt, we want to get the best possible results, am I right??
So what do you need to do before you send your quilt to a long armer?
In order to easily and quickly answer this question, I’ve created a FREE DOWNLOAD that will give you my 10 Tips for your Best-Ever Longarm Quilting Results. All you have to do is click on the link, share your email so I can send you my guide, and poof! Before you know it, you’ll have a handy-dandy free checklist waiting in your inbox.
This free download addresses such topics as:
- Folding the quilt to minimize wrinkles
- Pieced backings do’s and don’ts
- Ensuring your top and backing line up the way you want
- Saving on shipping costs
- Buying insurance at the post office for your parcel
Of course, if you have any other questions about the long arm quilting process, I’d love to discuss! Just drop me a note through my contact page.