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Thread: Newbie needing help

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    Post Newbie needing help

    Hi,

    My name is Jenny and I am just starting up a business with my longarm but before I start taking in quilts for money I need to know what to put in a contract.

    I just do not know where to start with this so you longarmers out there is there any chance you may share your contracts with me please, pretty please :-)

    Many thanks.

    Jenny in the UK

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    Sorry I can't help!
    SueDor

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    You could just go to some LA sites & look at their contracts, I would think.
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    Is there another "quilting for hire" person where you live?

    Maybe they would share how they do business.

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    Linda V. Taylor has a wonderful book, The Ultimate Guide to Longarm Machine Quilting. She gives lots of information about starting a longarm business, including a sample intake form.

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    Thanks Dunster will try and get the book from the library.

    Jenny

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