Quilt Time is a sole proprietor business operated in southeast Colorado. The owner is Wendy Larsen. Wendy has been a life-long quilter and seamstress. Many of her skills were developed lovingly, thru sewing lessons with her mom and the time she spent in 4-H. Her passion for quilting has grown in recent years and with the purchase of a long arm quilting machine in 2017 her dream of finishing all those quilt tops became reality. She has expanded to quilting for customers and enjoys quilting all quilt sizes ranging from crib to king size as well as wall hangings and placemats.
Quilt Time pledges to provide creative, high quality long arm quilting at competitive prices. Each quilt is designed with a unique pattern and loving care is given to create a one of a kind heirloom while maintaining a reasonable turn-around-time.
What is Long Arm Quilting?
Long arm quilting is the process by which a long arm sewing machine is used to sew together a quilt top, quilt batting and quilt backing into a finished quilt. The long arm sewing machine frame typically ranges from 10 feet (about 3 meters) to 14 feet (about 4.25 meters) in length. A complete longarming system typically consists of an industrial length sewing machine head (19 - 30 inches,) a 10 to 14-foot frame, a table with a layer of plastic under which is placed a pantograph, and several rollers on which the fabric layers and batting are attached.
Quilting using a long arm machine can take significantly less time than hand quilting or more traditional machine quilting. This time saving is a large factor in the gain in popularity of longarm quilting.
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