We are a small business in Beaverton Oregon.  We look forward to working with you to create one of a kind quilts that will make memories and heirlooms for years to come.  We also look forward to helping you create every day quilts that will be great warm servants for everyday living!  

We can work with you directly if you are local or through email if you would like to ship us your quilt.
Visit the Services area for more information on quilting services.  Be sure to visit our store; new items are added regularly.

We carry many quilting designs from which to choose and also a stock of beautiful blender backings at great prices.  Check our shop to see all the designs and colors we currently have on hand.

Tips to make your quilt top ready for the longarm: 

  1. Your backing and batting (if you bring your own) should be cut 4 inches wider and longer than your quilt top.  For example, if your quilt top is 70 inches wide by 85 inches long, your batting and backing should each be cut to 78 inches wide by 93 inches long. 

  2. Be sure any stray threads are cut and seams are pressed.  

  3. Click here to print out my intake form.  Filling this out in advance will speed up the process when you bring your quilt.  I am also happy to fill it out with you.  

  4. We use Warm and Natural 80/20 batting and Warm and White batting.  If you prefer a different kind, you’re welcome to bring it with you.  

  5. We use Glide thread for the top and bottom of our quilts.  Let me know if you would like to discuss thread preferences.  

  6. As you are stitching the top together, pay special attention to outer edge stitching and back stitch when practical.  This helps the top to not come undone when loading it on the frame.  

  7. Mark the top of your quilt and backing with a pin so that there is no misunderstanding when it is loaded.  You know your top better than I!