Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting

In December 2013 I purchased a longarm machine - Phaff Quilt Artist. My machine is computerized. I don't do very well with freestyle. I generally do my own longarming as most of my quilts and projects are under 54" wide. My computerized longarm machine allows me to pick from thousands of patterns.

If I require longarm services for special quilts or larger quilts, I use Crazy Creek Creations. Nancy is currently not taking new orders but her site is still worth browing through.

I have also listed some references for long arm services on my Links Page. These local businesses provide excellent service.

How Does it Work?

Long arm sewing machines are used to sew together a quilt top, quilt batting and quilt backing into a finished quilt. The longarm sewing machine typically ranges from 5 to 14 feet in length.

Quilting using a longarm machine can take significantly less time than hand quilting or more traditional machine quilting. This time saving is a large factor in the gain in popularity of longarm quilting. The availability of relatively quick and reasonably affordable quilting services has helped to cause a surge in the quilting business and an overall growth in interest in quilting as an art form.

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