Offering hundreds of patterns and almost any thread color to coordinate with your project.
After your quilt is quilted we can square it up and hand bind it.
Turn those t-shirts you've been collecting from a stack in the closet to a usable quilt. Lap to bed size.
Commissioned quilts and memory quilts. Let us help you take your project from an idea to reality.
All designs are digital and allow for enlarging and reducing the size to best fit your quilt.
All quilting designs are $.03 per square inch.
Example - A quilt top measuring 60 inches wide x 72 inches long would be 4320 square inches. 4320 x $.03 = $129.60
The minimum quilting charge is $50. This means a small wall quilt would be rounded to the $50 minimum.
I offer Hobbs 80/20 poly/cotton in natural, white or black. Prices available at time of quote.
I use Superior Omni and have many colors to coordinate with your project. There is no extra thread charge, this is included in the quilting price.
This service is $10.00 per seam.
I would be happy to square or trim your quilt after quilting is completed. The cost is $.10 per linear inch. A quilt measuring 60 inches x 72 inches would be 264 linear inches. 264 x $.10 = $26.40
I would be happy to bind your quilt as well. You will provide fabric for binding. I will cut the binding strips the appropriate size and machine sew them to the front of the quilt and hand sew to the back. Cost is $.40 per linear inch. A quilt measuring 60 inches x 72 inches would be 264 linear inches. 264 x $.40 = $105.60
You are responsible for shipping charges to my studio in Addison, TX. I will return your finished quilt in the most economical USPS method and will be added to your invoice. If you desire additional insurance that is available. Cost is based on amount of insurance desired.
For customers in TX, there will be sales tax. Customers outside of TX will not incur this charge.
Payments are processed through Square. After your project is complete, I will email your invoice with a link to pay via credit card. After payment is processed your quilt will be shipped promptly and a tracking number will be emailed.
Your backing should be 4" wider than your quilt top on ALL FOUR SIDES. If your quilt top measures 60 inches x 72 inches your backing should measure 68 inches x 80 inches. It can be bigger but NOT smaller.
If additional work is required to prepare your backing due to the sizing being wrong an additional charge may be incurred based on the time required to prepare the backing.
Take time to trim all the threads from the back of your top. These treads can show through your quilt top.
Press the quilt top and backing and fold neatly.
T-shirt quilts are each a custom project. Size, design and the number of shirts you want included all play into the pricing. Contact me and we can work through the details together.
Let me introduce myself. My name is Michelle Parker and I’ve been quilting since 1997 when a friend introduced me to this wonderful world. I had no clue then how this craft would become so much a part of my daily life. Every day includes petting fabric, sewing, cutting, looking through books or enjoying the eye candy on Instagram and Facebook. My sister-in-law was surprised when I started combining prints and stripes and plaids because I was the last person to accept patterned ties and striped shirts for men. Now I can’t imagine that ever being a concern.
My love for fabric and sewing started in high school Home Ec. I made a goldenrod calico print jumper – yes, I now know it was as awful as it sounds. I was so excited to get started I missed the instruction to wash and dry the fabric. I made my masterpiece and was able to wear it a couple times. Of course, I’m sure you know what happened. I washed it, it shrunk and well, enough said. Lesson learned when it came to sewing garments. After that class I sewed anything and everything. Curtains, drapes, prom dresses and everything in between. My love for fabric was alive and being well fed.
I made clothes for myself and my girls when they were young. I tailored items for all of us to make store bought items fit better and correctly. Then a funny thing happened – my body no longer fit into the styles I was used to making. I’m sure it was the patterns and not my body. I was no longer sewing for myself because it was just too frustrating. I was doing cross stitch and embroidery when my friend introduced me to quilting. Now we’re talking! A quilt just has to go under your feet and over your shoulder and over the body to be able to take a nice nap under it. I was sold!
During this time, I worked in the corporate world in a variety of industries for my day job – oil and gas, software and ecommerce. I also worked part-time in my local quilt store on the weekends and continued there for almost 20 years. It’s there that I started teaching quilting classes.
Fast forward to the present and I was blessed with the opportunity to be able to start this business and make my love of a quilting a full-time gig. I have lots of ideas and plans with the first ones being offering long arm quilting services, binding services, and custom and memory/T-shirt quilts.
I look forward to exploring ways we can journey together in our passion for quilting,
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