Canton Village Quilt Works. She's been quilting for about 17 years and offering her longarm services since 2000. Take a look...
I've never even seen a longarm quilting machine in real life, but I'd love to see one in action! I've heard that once you get the hang of it, it's quite fun. If you've been considering sending off some quilt tops to get finished, stop in to see Jackie's rates and gallery of work. Did you know that you don't even have to baste your quilts? Seriously. It's really as easy as sending off your quilt top and backing. You can buy the batting from Canton Village. But, you do usually finish off the binding yourself.
In addition to longarm and accuquilt cutting services, Canton Village Quilt Works is an online fabric store specializing in designers like Kaffe Fassett and Patricia Bravo with basics in Kona cotton and Essex linen/cotton as well. I think these Kona bundles would be an ideal prize for a future event. Don't you?
And here are some pretty print bundles that caught my eye:
From left, this is Oval Elements, Honey Child, Filigree and Strawberry Picnic. Is it almost my birthday? Yes, I think it is...
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