What is Long Arm Quilting?
Longarm quilting is the process by which a longarm sewing machine is used to sew together a quilt top, quilt batting and quilt backing into a finished quilt. Our longarm sewing machine frame is 14 feet in length (4.25 metres).
A Double bed quilt takes approx 4 hours to complete.
We stitch from edge to edge using a pattern called a pantograph, which we follow with a laser light and the sewing machine stitches the chosen pattern on to the quilt sandwich.
Pantographs – Continuous Line Panto Patterns. Pantos are continuous line quilting designs on a paper roll, the roll is approx. 11 to 12 feet long. (unless otherwise noted). A panto pattern is typically used by longarm quilters or machine quilters using a frame.