Hello Everyone! I’m back after a month long blogging hiatus, goodbyes take a long time and I needed to focus on my family this past month. My husband left yesterday for a year tour in Korea with the US Army and it is time for Anne and I to start learning how to be just the two of us again. We are going at doing hard things, so we will survive this, but it won’t be easy. One of the things I’m going to do to help myself cope is start my own long arm business! I am very excited to announce that as of June 13 I have a business license and I’m ready to consult with you on how I can help you finish your gorgeous work of art!
I will have pricing information up in the next week or two and plan to offer several conveniences for you including, extra wide backing fabrics, a small stocking of solid fabrics as well as batting to make shipping on the front end less expensive for you. I hope you will consider me for your next long arm quilting project!
Here are a few of my favorite free hand fills that you may want to consider for your project. I also do 100% custom work, which you can see on this blog post here. Look for a new Long Arm Quilting tab coming to the blog soon! Please don’t hesitate to email me at melissa (at) sewbittersweetdesigns (dot) com
You can see more of my long arm projects on Instagram and on Facebook.
Have a happy Monday!
Congratulations Melissa on the new business venture! Hugs for you and Anne!
I’m so happy to see you have started your own Quilting business. I ave always admired your FMQ via regular machine. When can I look forward to your prices so I can send you a quilt to be done?
Your a strong women Melissa.
Wow! You’ve come a long way in a few short months! Your quilting is fantastic! My prayers are with you and your family, hoping the next year flies by! Best of luck in your new business! If I ever get a finished flimsy I’ll be sure to send it your way!
Yay, it’s official now. You’ve announced it to the world. I really like the angles in the first photo and the flames. It’s so exciting to see you go into this. Now I have to search for the lost quilt top and save some money. =)
Congrats on the new business. I know it will be a success. A year is a long time but I know you all can make it through.