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Thread: What is a reasonable price?

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    Super Member suezquilts's Avatar
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    I think there is something going to be set up on the site about business. I put in some info about my business.

    There are many people out there that run their business off grid, however you say it.

    I would check out websites and whatever else you can see on this person. I have both website and facebook to see my quilting samples. Its in my signature.

    I just UPS'd two quilts off, one was $11 and another $15, I think.. So costs vary.

    I used a longarmer before I purchased one. I hand quilted for a while, it is exhausting when you piece a lot of quilts.

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    Does anyone know of a longarm quilter in the Wilmington, North Carolina area, or the Pinehurst, Raleigh, North Carolina area?

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    Super Member suezquilts's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty K
    Does anyone know of a longarm quilter in the Wilmington, North Carolina area, or the Pinehurst, Raleigh, North Carolina area?
    I didn't see any in your area, google it maybe?

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    Go to your local quilt shop. They usually will have info on any long arm quilters in your area.

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