- I am available to judge your quilt show or quilt exhibition at your fair.
- I can provide a judging sheet or will use yours if you have a preferred format.
- Judging may take one or two days based on the number of quilts to be judged and the number of special awards to be given.
- A basic guideline is no more than 100 quilts per day.
- Judging Fee - $250 per day plus mileage/meals/ and lodging per diem.
- I am willing to stay in a private, nonsmoking home.
What is finishing?
Trimming the edges and making sure your quilt is square is part of my longarm quilting service and is provided in the quoted quilting fee unless the customer requests that the quilt remain untrimmed.
A quilt is not completely finished until it is bound. While most customers prefer to do their own binding Quilting with Karen provides this service.
The cost of binding is determined by the distance around your quilt in inches.
Making double fold binding and attaching to the front side of the quilt by machine – 10 cents per linear inch. The customer will then hand stitch the binding to the back of the quilt themselves.
What is a t-shirt quilt?
Is your child active in sports or dance or any recreational activity/organization? Has he or she collected more t-shirts than anyone can ever wear? Perhaps your child or grandchild is getting ready to graduate from high school or college? Or a colleague is getting ready to retire?
T-shirt quilts are a wonderful way to commemorate these occasions.Quilting with Karen will take the t-shirts; back them with a stabilizer; cut them to size and add sashings and borders with coordinating fabrics; add batting and backin; quilt; and bind the outer edges to produce a beautiful momento that is not only a memory piece but something useful and comforting.
Minimum number of shirts is 6 to make a lap/throw size quilt.
12 shirts will make a large twin size quilt.
20 shirts will make a full to queen size quilt.
Fee: $35 per shirt. Quilting with Karen will provide all fabrics, supplies, quilting and finishing service.