Dear Bee Darned…It seems there’s a LOT going on in your shop. What all do you do and what services do you provide?
Honestly, it seems as if there are no bounds to what I do!
I learned embroidery, crochet, and quilting from a young age, and while I’ve tinkered with each of them over the years, embroidery and quilting seems to have stuck the hardest. Nearly all my creations will have an embroidered or quilted element, and most often, I combine the two techniques to create something unique in and from these art forms. I make totes, table runners, wall quilts, baby quilts, quilt quilts, lap quilts, tater sacks, mug rugs, hot pads, table toppers, scarves, pillow cases, and the list goes on and on. If you can imagine it, I can probably make it or at least attempt it. And if I can’t, I’ll let you know up front. Everything you see me post on my Facebook page is for sale if it’s not marked as a special order for someone. If you’re interested in something I show on the page, ask me! I will quote you a price that includes shipping the item, or I’ll meet up locally to deliver. See something you’d like tweaked to your specs and maybe in a different color? Ask! I’ll be happy to work with you on a special order. If you prefer to just buy an already finished product, I have an Etsy store with several pieces ready to be shipped.
I also make tee-shirt quilts, although in the festival off season. So, I’ll begin taking orders for those in January. Slots for that type work usually fill fast, so be watching for when I open season on those and get your name on the list quickly.
In my dining room, rather than a dining room table, I have a long arm quilter set up. I can and will quilt your finished quilt up to a queen size. My designs are a bit limited as I’ve just been doing this a while and templates are expensive, but I bet I can find something to suit your needs. I’ll even hem your quilt for an extra charge. I can provide backing through a high-quality sheet, or you can bring your own. I provide the batting unless you have a particular batting you prefer to what I provide. Bringing your own backing and batting will offset the cost a bit in your favor. On quilting I ask for half the payment when you drop off and half when you pick up.
On special orders, I do not ask for payment up front. If you’re not happy once the project is complete you are under no obligation to purchase it. I can always show it at a festival. I want my clients 100% happy with what I do before they pay. If you absolutely love what I’ve created for you, I’ll ask for payment at that time before I ship or upon receipt if I deliver. I take PayPal for orders that need shipped, or for festival purchases or delivered items I will accept cash or I have a Square so you may use your credit or debit card.
That’s a bit about what exactly I do. I’d love to work with you on a special project or help you out with quilting needs. Message me on the Facebook page, contact me through the contact form here on the site, or email me at email@example.com.