This is an open letter to all of my customers past, present or future.
Anyone that has made a quilt will attest to the incredible amount of time and money it takes to go from start to finish. The unthinkable thought of ending up with a finished project that is not what we had hoped for or dreamed of is both frightening and devastating. Often times the difference between a pleasing outcome and one that we would much rather hide away in a closet could have been access to reliable assistance.
With the advent of the internet we have, at our fingertips, the ability to peruse an endless list of topics. Finding just the right one that will address your questions or concerns can be a very frustrating process. Sometimes finding the answer, to what seemed like a simple question, can end up consuming a huge block of time with little or no satisfaction.
I believe I just happen to have the solution to many of your problem. Filed inside my archives are documents addressing the most commonly asked questions. To make it easy to access the resources I have included links to some of them below. So next time, after you’ve selected your pattern and purchased your fabric, before your start, consult with these resources. I think you will be very glad you did.
- Should I Square Up My Quilt Blocks
- The Frame Around Your Quilt
- The Filling Between The Sandwich
- What’s behind your quilt: A discussion of quilt backings
- So You Are Ready To Ship Your Quilt
- A Note to My Customers: Tips to help make sure your quilt is ready for longarm quilting
- Caring For Your Quilt
- Displaying Your Quilt
For further assistance check out the categories labeled Tips.
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