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Thread: Found a longarm quilter....

  1. #26
    Super Member amandasgramma's Avatar
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    That woman is doing herself a BIG disservice and you a BIG favor!! Good price. I am just beginning as a Longarmer...and have no idea if I'll feel comfortable enough to quilt for other people. But I CAN say....$40.00 is not the price I'd charge!!! It would cost that much for me to put one on a frame!! LOL it's tedious, hard and exhausting --- at least it is for me so far!!!

    If you're happy with her work...then you've scored!

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    crashnquilt-First of all, let me commend you on the work that you do for your customers, I do think that you're unique. I had a full size quilted this year by a local gal and while she did a nice job, I certainly didn't think it was worth $150. She did a panto on it, and the backing(muslin) that I had given her wasn't big enough, so instead of calling me and asking if I had another backing, she just voluntarily used some of her muslin and charged me an additional $40, which was why it was $150. I know someone in Fresno that quilted one for me, a full size and it was $35. But on none of these were the binding put on and the quilt washed, so I would say that for a full size quilt, bound, and washed, I would say it's a heck of a deal. My opinion. I also supplied the batting.

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