Edge to edge quilting creates a beautiful, consistent pattern from one edge of the quilt to the other. The quilt is sewn in rows from edge to edge until it is complete. Edge to edge is the fastest, most cost-effective style of quilting and produces a beautiful result.
Yes, I own a glorious long arm quilting machine. So no matter the size or weight of your quilt, I can sew it together without any fuss.
The final step in creating a quilt is adding the binding that holds the edges together. The binding can be different material that adds another layer of design, or simply blends in with the rest of the quilt.
Custom quilting is a more involved style of quilting. When a quilt is custom quilted there can be unique quilting designs used for each block or piece of the quilt top.
I am not currently taking on custom quilting projects but may be able to help you find a quilter that offers this service if you have your heart set on it.
I love helping people experience the sense of accomplishment that comes from finishing their quilt. But quilting is about more than just a craft; it’s an opportunity to connect with like-minded people and the community.
If you live in the Blue Mountains or Sydney area, please feel free to contact me and arrange a time to bring your quilt over. Or, if you’re close by, let’s arrange to meet up, and I can show you some quilts and materials.
You can also post your quilt to me, so no matter where you are, we can still work together. I’ll keep you up to date throughout the whole process and then carefully package and return your quilt to you when it’s complete.
You can get cotton, wool or bamboo batting from me if you don’t want to fuss about finding good quality batting elsewhere. It’s also a good idea to make sure you have prepared your quilt for long arm quilting before you bring it to me.
Occasionally, a quilt top is not suitable for quilting. If this happens, the top will be returned to the customer at the customer’s expense.
We aim to provide the best quality products and services that we can; however, there are always variances in quilting as they are handmade products.
We appreciate how much work you’ve put into your quilt top and will treat it with the utmost care. However, in the event of damage to the quilt beyond repair due to machine malfunction, weather, fire or other means, we will be responsible only for replacement costs of materials necessary to make the quilt.
We will only reimburse materials costs if the quilt is damaged or destroyed and will not reimburse costs solely due to dissatisfaction with the finished product. We may photograph the quilt and use the image in marketing efforts. If the quilt is entered in competitions or publications, we request that Michelle’s Quilting & Creations is given credit for the long arm quilting.