Social Distancing and Longarm Quilting
During the quarantine and social distancing, everyone has been quilting up a storm but many have been holding on to their completed quilt tops hoping for a return to normal activities so they can drop them off to be quilted.
I am still open for business and sent out a letter explaining how I will accept quilts, hold meetings by phone to discuss how quilts will be quilted and arrange for a safe, no contact, pick-up or return shipping.
The two quilts above came all the way from Washington State (I quilt for people all across the country), were finished, and shipped back to their creator. Others are delivered to my front door and picked up when completed. I have a variety of backing fabrics and batting in stock to help those quilters who have not been able to shop.
I do miss being able to meet face to face with my local quilters and see their reactions in person when their completed quilts are revealed, but am happy to be able to continue quilting so projects get finished and quilts can be enjoyed. After all.....It's not a quilt until it's quilted! I have the best job ever as I get to see the transformation from a quilt top to a finished quilt.
If you have one or more quilt tops that would like to become quilts, please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make that happen.
Stay in, stay safe and quilt on!!