"She seeks wool & flax, And works willingly with her hands" ~ Proverbs 31:13
CUSTOM PIECING & QUILTING SERVICES
Custom Piecing & Quilting Services by Little Pink Rose Quilting & Sewing I offer a range of Custom Quilting services. Including: - Custom Handcrafted Quilts including Wedding Guest or Baby Shower Signature Quilts T-shirt Quilts Custom Quilts Memory Quilts (from a loved one's clothing) - General & Custom Free Motion Quilting to Finish your quilt top. - Pillows
T-shirt Quilts & Other Custom Quilts-
To discuss the details of your special quilt and reserve your
construction & quilting time please contact me via email at
Once we've worked out the details and
pricing for your quilt, I'll send you a contract for your signature and
details on how to pay your 50% deposit as well as information on how to
get your T-shirts to me.
Custom Quilting Your Quilt Top- To discuss your quilting needs and to reserve time for your top to be quilted please contact me by email at email@example.com
we've figured out the details and pricing for your quilt, I'll send you
a contract for your signature and details on how to pay your 50%
deposit as well as information on how to get your quilt top to me. Please Note: I do not trim quilts after quilting unless requested by the customer to do so.
Quilt Preparation - follow
these tips to save you time and money. If you prefer I am happy to do
any and all of these tasks. There will be an additional service charge
for these services.
Press your quilt top and backing.
Clip all loose thread from the front and back of your quilt top.
If you pre-washed the fabric for your quilt top it is best to also pre-wash the fabric for your backing.
If you need to piece the backing remove the selvages and press the seam open.
Square your backing fabric before piecing it.
If your quilt top &/or back is directional please mark the top of each with a safety pin.
The backing and batting must be a minimum of 2" larger than your quilt top on all four sides.
understand that fullness and puckers that have been pieced into your
quilt may not be able to be quilted out and could lead to the
requirement folds in your borders to accommodate the extra fabric.