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Ever since I was a small child I’ve loved sewing. My first experience was with a tiny, hand-operated sewing machine. I used that child-sized machine to create many, many items for my dolls.

By the time I was a teen I had graduated to a regular sized sewing machine and was making articles of clothing for my very own wardrobe.

Early in the 1990’s I discovered quilting through a class at our local technical school. My first project was a small wall hanging. From there I branched out into lap sized quilts and eventually full-blown bed sized items.

Part of my initial exploration also included learning the art of hand quilting. After only a few attempts I decided that hand quilting was not my cup-of-tea. It was way too laborious and a tad bit boring for my liking.

With hand quilting not an option and quilting on a conventional sewing machine my second least favorite technique, my unfinished quilt tops were stacked, neatly folded, on a shelf, for many years.

Early in 2012 I was introduced to longarm quilting. The term longarm refers to the rods or arms that a quilting machine glide on. These longarms are what make it possible to easily apply stitches without having to manually manipulate the fabric. They also give the operator a much larger area to quilt on at any one time.

My fascination with longarm quilting rapidly grew into an obsession. In no time I purchased my own machine and had started a business offering longarm quilting services to others.

My longarm quilting is done without a computer. This means every stitch is applied through manual manipulation. The process of applying quilting stitches through manual movement is often referred to as free motion quilting. I prefer this technique because I think it yields a more personal, artistic outcome. My method of longarm quilting results in a unique look with no two quilts having the same appearance.

They say a photo is worth a thousand words. Don’t let my confidence in my abilities be the only proof you need to choose me as your provider. Check out the following photos.

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My rates for quilting can be found  here.

I would love to provide longarm quilting services for you. To initiate a discussion you may reach me through one of the following paths:

  1. Leave a comment on this blog
  2. Leave a comment on my Facebook page
  3. Send an email to cindy [at] inastitchquilting [dot] com

Thanks for visiting.

Cindy Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

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