Quilt Magic | Giving Day 6

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I can hardly believe that today is day 6 in the 12 Days of Giving . That means we are officially halfway through and now is the time to catch up on entries.  Let’s start with today’s box of goodies filled with quilt magic.

Days of Giving - 12 Days of Giveaways

Do you believe in quilt magic? I do! I truly believe that quilts really are magical. Not only are the beautiful to look at, heartwarming to give but they can provide warm and comfort. There really is something special about these small pieces of fabric we slice up and stitch back together. Each design is so personal just like the hands that made it. My question is, how do you finish your quilts? Is it on a domestic machine at home or do you send the quilt top off to be finished on a long arm machine?

'Tis the season and it is better to give than receive. Today's giveaway is all about quilt magic. It is packed with sewing inspiration. Be sure to see all of the prize packages being offered during The Sewing Loft's 12 Days of Giving. Over $1200 in prizes.


And for those of you want to start that next project but don’t have time for a full quilt, this package as a the mini quilt kit. All you need to do is cut, sit & sew!


Quilt Magic Giveaway


Gift package includes:

This gift package is valued at approximately $61.00.

Tucked inside this box is tons of quilting inspiration. After flipping through the pages I’m sure you’ll be itching to grab the rotary cutter and head to the table with your new fabric.

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My double slice layer quilt is being featured on MSQC Tutorial Reboot.





Double Slice Quilt

Double slice layer quilt is being featured on MSQC Tutorial Reboot.



Get ahead of the holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.



Quilted Tree Skirt

Add a festive topper to your table  holiday season with this quilted tree skirt. The video lessons make it a fun and easy project to make. Perfect for a stress free holiday.



See how easy it is to sew free motion pebbles on your at home sewing machine in this video from Heather at The Sewing Loft.





Free Motion Pebbling

See how easy it is to sew free motion pebbles on your at home sewing machine in this video.



Now your ready to start that new project and make it a success! Don’t forget to enter the contest by leaving a comment below this post and share the holiday cheer with a friend.

Quilt Magic Giveaway Box


Day 6 Giving

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Remember, ’tis the season for giving and this is only one of the gift boxes being giving away. Be sure to the main giveaway page and enter to win each of the fantastic prize packages being offered. There are over $1200  in sewing treats being giving away this season and I can’t wait to see you stitch up!






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  1. Very small projects I will finish at home on my domestic sewing machine. My mother, however, did all her quilting by hand. I am lucky enough to have a queen size quilt that she pieced and quilted by hand. I’m just not sure I am ready to attempt hand quilting yet. It takes talent and patience I did not inherit!

  2. I always finish them at home

  3. I finish my own quilts but they are straight line stitching and leave alot to be desired!!

  4. I send the complicated quilting out to a LAQ. Simple, I do at home on my machine.

  5. Elaine H. says:

    I normally finish them at home but I did try a mail away service and it worked out well.

  6. Liz Horgan says:

    I quilt them myself–love to make it from start to finish!

  7. Sandy Allen says:

    I finish my quilts at home, just not as quickly as I would like! 🙂

  8. kathy Persons says:

    My sister in law does them for me/ Would love to have my own

  9. K'Lynn Wait says:

    I finish at home.

  10. Linda Williamson says:

    I’ve only sent one of my quilts out to be quilted. It was a special wedding quilt that I had worked on for a year and wanted to to look especially good. Thanks, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  11. Debbie Brewster says:

    I have quilted all of my projects on my home sewing machine so far. They are not perfect, but when finished, I can say I did it all.

  12. DeeDee Johnson says:

    I have never officially finished off a quilt to know this.. hoping next year is my first one.. Wink. 😀

  13. NevadaJane says:

    I have only done smaller projects and have done them myself at home.

  14. Nancy Baker says:

    I finish my own, which is why I have so many unfinished!

  15. I am trying to do some quilting at home on my domestic machine but don’t have a lot of room to make my quilt sandwich. Most of my quilts so far have gone to my lovely long arm quilter.

  16. I finish my quilts at home…all but one of them, which I had quilted because it was a T-shirt quilt and I wasn’t quite sure how to do it.

  17. Susan R Jones says:

    At Home- don’t have the money to send them out.

  18. I finish my own quilts so that i can say that i made them….start to finish!

  19. I finish my own quilt. For years, I did hand quilting. Now, I do mostly machine quilting.

  20. Cindy Zink says:

    I do all my own at home on my Babylock Destiny II.

  21. Cindy Zink says:

    Any sewing project.

  22. Alycia Maurer says:

    I either do Stitch in the Ditch on my domestic machine or send to a long arm quilter. I have taken a FMQ class and need more practice!

  23. Jayne Dough says:

    I try to complete most at home, but if they are extra special or extra large I send them out.

  24. Today’s prize is awesome! My projects are quilted by me at home. Someday I’d like to try a long-armer, but for now, I’m managing!

  25. If the quilt is smaller than a throw, I currently send out to have it quilted. Anything smaller, I’ve done myself. I hope on day to be able to do them all myself some day.

  26. I finish at home. I have on my list of new things to learn for 2018 is to rent a long arm and long arm my own quilts. Eventually I want to purchase a sit down quilting machine.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  27. I’ve only made a small project (to get my feet we), and did it at home 🙂

  28. Lori Smanski says:

    if it is bigger than a baby quilt than I send it out

  29. Jennifer W says:

    I have done all my own quilting

  30. I’ve only sent 2 of my quilts to a long arm quilter to complete because I wasn’t sure how to quilt them, but since then I’m more confident in my FMQ & my abilities to do the quilting on my domestic sewing machine. The more you do, the better you get.

  31. I do mine at home!

  32. Katie Wink says:

    I usually finish them at home.

  33. Nancy Parry says:

    Smaller projects I quilt at home. I haven’t made anything large, but would probably send it out to be done.

  34. Machine quilt my quilts on my little machine, and finish off the binding by hand! The way my granny taught me.

  35. Debbie Pearcey says:

    I have sent my quilt once to a long armer and it was beautiful and I had it hand quilted by a group once but I cannot afford that and I feel sometimes like I am cheating but my machine quilting skills are not very good and I often end up hand quilting so not many quilts get finished but there is a sense of accomplishment when they are. I think I would like to start sending them out the professionals have such great designs

  36. I finish them at home.

  37. I finish my quilts on my domestic machine

  38. I use a local longarmer – I have a very small space and a very basic machine. If I were younger I would love to learn to longarm. I will finish all small projects from baby quilts and smaller myself but for anything larger, I spend big bucks to get it done.

  39. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I send them out to be quilted.

  40. I do both. If it’s a show quilt or larger then Queen it goes to a Pro.

  41. Margaret Wellstead says:

    I finish my quilts with my domestic machine or by hand

  42. Carla Hundley says:

    I use my sewing
    machine at home.
    Carla from Utah

  43. Mary Van Kleeck says:

    I always send my quilts out to be quilted but I always sew the binding on myself!!!

  44. I own a longarm that is not computerized so I quilt my own quilts.

  45. Paula Mobley says:

    Love your work! I have always finished my own quilts. Glad you visited Chimney Rock-beautiful place.

  46. I send away and I quilt at home for smaller projects!

  47. Monica Kostak says:

    Pillows and mini quilts i finish myself, larger than lap quilts I send to the quilter. thanks

  48. smithy65Diane says:

    I quilt my smaller items (twin and smaller) on my Janome regular sewing machine. The rest I pay to have done and might be why I try not to do many big projects. Very expensive. I appreciate all the effort and time, just too costly. Enjoy your day

  49. I quilt on my domestic machine which has an 11″ inch harp space which is wonderful.

  50. Trying to learn how to machine quilt to save some money! $$$

  51. Doing my first one but as my mom does; I plan to do it all at home on my brother machine 🙂

  52. I finish my quilts at home. Thanks!

  53. I finish all my quilts on my domestic sewing machine

  54. Have never finished a quilt. I have a quilt top completed and would like to finish it on my sewing machine at home !!

  55. Maggie Sheer says:

    I finish them at home on my plain old machine. 🙂

  56. I am so sad that I can’t enter your giveaways, how generous you are ….. I’ll oay the postage if I was lucky enough to win !!!!!!! Love from Australia

  57. Jeannie Zimmerman says:

    If they are smaller than a lap quilt, I hand quilt them. If they are lap quilt size I might attempt to quilt them on my home machine. Any longer and they go to the longarmer! I have 3 that I use and they do a wonderful job. I do my own binding after that.

  58. Elizabeth Porter says:

    I send some quilts to a longarmer. If they are smaller, I will quilt those. I also hand quilt some.

  59. Christina Miller says:

    I only make mini quilts so I quilt them myself at home. Maybe one day I will make a large quilt to send away.

  60. Jill Auxer says:

    I have always finished them myself. I am getting ready to send my first ever to the longarmer. I am so nervous that I won’t have something right and they will not be able to quilt it for me!

  61. Both – depending on the size.

  62. Angela J Short says:

    I finish mine at home. Have a wonderful day!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  63. so far I’ve only done hand quilting. Am slowly learning machine quilting

  64. DO MINE MYSELF. STRAIGHT-LINE TOP STS. OR FREE MOTION STS. (getting lots better at this!) Thanks for sharing!

  65. I can’t physically manage quilting at home so am thankful for my longarmer!

  66. I finished my quilts dat home.

  67. corina c. says:

    I finish my quilts on my domestic machine.

  68. susan4cats says:

    It really depends on the size of the quilt. A small quilt I will finish at home but the bigger ones are too small to handle on my machine wekk, so I will send them out.

  69. If my quilt is small, I machine quilt it myself. But my big quilts go to a LAQ.

  70. I finish off my own quilts but I’ve never made anything bigger than a lap quilt.

  71. At home. Nothing too big or difficult yet though.

  72. Cheryl Beck says:

    I quilt mine at home on a Singer Machine that is 50 years old. Would love to have something newer, but why when the old one works just fine.

  73. I finish them myself.

  74. I finish small quilts myself, but larger quilts get sent off.

  75. By hand!!

  76. I finish all of my quilts on my domestic machine. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  77. Small quilts me….large ones long arm quilter

  78. Only do small projects & finish them by hand at home…

  79. I quilt them on my domestic machine – nothing over a lap size as of yet! Thank you for sharing your recipe, Susan

  80. My Mom has a “mid-arm” machine I try to use to quilt my quilts. I just don’t have the $ to send them out right now.

  81. I usually send them to my daughter. She has a long arm and does them for me.

  82. Simone Thompson says:

    Finish them at home.

  83. Jean Campbell says:

    Only machine quilted one large quilt at home but definitely all my smaller projects.

  84. I finish mine myself.

  85. I send most of them out but I am starting to use my walking foot on some

  86. Kathy Cummings says:

    I do my complete quilts!! Thank you!

  87. Linda Sanders says:

    I finish at home

  88. I always finish my quilts at home.

  89. I finish my quilts at home, usually with hand quilting

  90. Shirley Clark says:

    So far I’ve only finished my own, but I have a couple I need to get quilted by someone else.

  91. I’ve never made a quilt, only small things, tablerunmers and such. But now work for a long arm owner so will be doing my own. So excited.

  92. I have always quilted them myself! Thank you!

  93. I finish my quilts on my own but I do think about sending some out to be long armed.

  94. NancyB from Many La says:

    I finish myself but would rather send them out.

  95. Kellie Campbell says:

    I finish all of my quilts. From the small ones to the large ones. To me, that’s all part of the fun of quilting.

  96. Colleen Gonzales says:

    I finish my Quilts at home on my machine…

  97. If I can I finish at home but if they are too big I try and hire time on a long armer although really precious ones I don’t trust myself with definitely do to a long armer.

  98. Dana Charlton says:

    Well I can’t answer this question cause I’ve never finished one. Still working on the learning and starting part

  99. Diana Haas says:

    I finish my quilts at home.

  100. Judy Sanders says:

    I quilt on my longarm.

  101. Linda Kernodle says:

    I like to do my quilts from start to finish.

  102. neena simmons says:

    I love to hand quilt and do some machine quilting @ home

  103. Sara Bamberg says:

    At home, would love to try a longarmer but can’t afford one.

  104. I was lucky enough to buy a (not high end) long arm machine on sale in the summer. So now I am finishing my own quilts!

  105. I have never finished a quilt but would like to finish at home

  106. The big projects get sent out to a quilter and the small projects I do on my home machine.

  107. I haven’t quite finished a quilt yet.

  108. Lorraine Warner says:

    I finish my lap quilts and projects at home.

  109. Some quilts are finished on my own sewing machine. The larger are sent to a long arm quilter.

  110. So far I’ve finished them myself, but nothing really big yet!

  111. Finish at home or take it in and do it myself on the long-arm at my local quilt story. But honestly, I haven’t finished one in way to long.

  112. Candias Chalker says:

    I have hand quilted about 6 of them and sent one of them off

  113. I do it on my own regular machine 🙂

  114. Francie Holt says:

    I rent a Gamill & quilt my quilts myself.

  115. Teresa Knittingdancer says:

    I send them out to be quilted.

  116. I finish them at home

  117. Pamela Reim says:

    I am a longarm quilter so my quilts never get done!

  118. I always quilt my quilts on my domestic sewing machine. Sending them out to be quilted is just not in my budget.

  119. Maurine Monson says:

    At home on my domestic machine. Would love to have a longarm sit down machine

  120. I usually finish them off at home.

  121. Carol Nelms says:

    I only quilt table toppers at home, everything else goes off to visit the long-armer!

  122. amy tanner says:

    i send out to a quilter unless it is throw size or less.

  123. Joan C Warlow says:

    The large quilt I made I sent out. The smaller ones I have quilted myself.

  124. Jane from MA says:

    I quilt everything I make.

  125. I am a new quilter so I am sending to a longarmer, except for small baby quilts.

  126. Odile Kinkade says:

    I have quilted a few and sent some to be quilted

  127. Ms Sam Nicholson says:

    Always finish my quilts at home.

  128. Cindy Jones Bechinski says:

    I have never finished off a quilt.

  129. Angela Bowling says:

    I make small quilts like table runners or squares, nothing big so I quilt them myself.

  130. Hope Mitchner says:

    I try to finish them at home.

  131. I finish them myself at home.

  132. I always finish my quilts at home.

  133. I let my friend quote them because she needs to make a living. But I finished the bindings when they come home. So oh, I do a little bit of both! 🙂

  134. I have only done small quilted projects, and have finished them on my home sewing machine.

  135. I have finished all my quilts at home.

  136. I only do baby quilts and I and tie them off with embroidery thread

  137. The small quilts I have made have been finished at home.

  138. I finish all mine at home.

  139. I am making my first quilt, I will finish at home as it is a lap quilt.

  140. Vikki Wright says:

    I finish my quilts at home on my brother sewing machine. I would love to have a long arm but for right now I feel totally blessed with my Brother!

  141. Cindy Scofield says:

    I use a long arm to finish my quilts….I’m not very good at it yet but I’m trying. Cindy Scofield

  142. I quilt all my quilts at home on my domestic machine.

  143. I usually do rag quilts.

  144. I finish my own quilts.

  145. Lena Hussey says:

    I finish all my quilts myself on a domestic machine and occasionally will hand quilt one.

  146. Sommerville says:

    The larger, comforter type quilts I like to edge with blanket satin. I find this adds that extra special soft ‘feely’ something! The smaller projects I like to edge with a matching bias tape that I’ve made from the same fabrics as the quilt.

  147. Cindy Shelley says:

    I usually do my own quilts.

  148. Pamela Coughlin says:

    I finish my quilts at home.

  149. I finish off the small ones myself, but hand the big ones over to a professional longarm quilter. It’s just too much of a struggle to control the bulk when you don’t have a machine with a large throat.

  150. Bunny Wilson says:

    I’ve done both. Either I quilt them on my home machine or I send them out to be done by a long-armer.

  151. For now I finish them myself.

  152. Sue Nugent says:

    I send them out to be quilted

  153. 😂😂😂😂😂😂… oh, I’m supposed to FINISH those quilt tops… ooooooooh😳 Haha, my intent is to finish them myself. I only have 2 waiting! My machine is in the shop! And then Christmas gifts…no, really. I WILL finish them!

  154. Jennifer Essad says:

    I’ve done both depending on the design/size

  155. I finish off my quilt at home..but haven’t made a big enough one (Yet..lol) to be sent out to be quilted :/ Thank you for chance to win this Give-a-way 🙂

  156. Lori Nagel says:

    It depends on the quilt. I like to finish small quilts. I have to send out larger quilts.

  157. Marilyn Rich says:

    I finish my quilts myself.

  158. Linda Avolio says:

    AMAZINGLY….I finish them at home myself. LOL
    It cost too much to send them out to be completed.

  159. Sandie Cornish says:

    I finish them at home

  160. I finish my quilts myself.

  161. Jean Palionis says:

    I bought a beautiful quilting frame from the Amish in Missouri in order to be able to finish my quilts myself after I was completely a disaster at trying to finish one on my machine. I still haven’t taken that one apart to redo. One of these days I may make an attempt at machine quilting again, but slow by hand gets the job done!

  162. I have made only two, and i finished them at home. They weren’t too large 😉

  163. I am a novist quilter and do everything myself, including fmq.

  164. Janet Sonnier says:

    At home for now but, would like to test sending out next time.

  165. Dawn Gilbert says:

    I’m starting to learn to do my own free motion quilting

  166. I finish mine off myself – I adore the quilting process! xx

  167. Send most of them out, I do my own baby quilts.

  168. Sue Holman says:

    I quilt my own on my domestic machine

  169. Tina Sheppard says:

    My wonderful husband purchased a long arm for me. So although I am still learning how to best use my machine I do my quilting a home.

  170. I have only tried small projects, so I finish at home.

  171. Control freak that I am——- of course I finish them myself

  172. I finish my projects at home by hand mostly but want to try using my sewing machine because I piece faster than I hand quilt and I am so far behind!

  173. Small quilts I will finish at home. Larger ones go to the longarmer.

  174. I finish just about all my quilts myself. With the exception of something that is super special.

  175. I finish at home, either with a walking foot on my Viking Sapphire or free motion with my Juki TL2010Q.

  176. lewisnancy54 says:

    I hand quilt some, fmq some, and send some to a longarmer. I think each quilt tells me what it needs to finish it, so I go with that.

  177. Dawn Jones says:

    I finish my quilty projects at home.

  178. Helen Barnhart says:

    I longarm on an apps machine!

  179. Sandra L Woerner says:

    I do them at home—-it’s called OCD!!!

  180. Elaine Walker says:

    I finish small items on my domestic and larger ones are sent to a long armed.

  181. I do small ones at home!

  182. I usually finish them myself but I’m just a beginner.

  183. Gail White says:

    I don’t finish them. I have a dozen quilt tops and I have to get up the nerve to quilt them.

  184. When I can afford it I send it out, but mostly I finish them at home.

  185. Finish at home

  186. It just depends on the project. I finish the smaller ones and take the larger ones to a machine quilter.

  187. All my small projects I do at home myself. My large projects I take over to my friends house to do. She puts it on her machine and we get to hang out and make it a ‘girls day’! We have a great time catching up and sharing something we both love to do!

  188. I do my own quilting on a domestic machine. It’s getting to be my favorite part of quilting.

  189. JustGloria says:

    Be they quilts for tiny babes, or larger quilts for teen,
    Mighty quilts to fit a king, and many for a queen
    With hopeful patience; guidance from above,
    With sweat on brow, some tears and love
    Piece to block and start to finish on my sewing machine.

  190. I enjoy finishing my quilts on my home sewing machine with free motion and rulers.

  191. My large quilts go out to my longarm quilter. Joanie does a fantastic job for me! The smaller projects I quilt on my domestic machine or I hand quilt. I’m hoping to get brave enough to try a larger project on my domestic.

  192. Tonya Flores says:

    I finish my own quilts…but so far they’ve been tied!

  193. Denise Inman says:

    Lol, I’ve only tied and stitch-in-a-ditched my quilts.

  194. nancyangerer says:

    So far I have quilted all the quilts that I have made, but the largest quilts have been twin sized. I have a couple of queen sized in the works that I think I will have to have someone else quilt.

  195. Marti Meadows says:

    At home on my mid-arm

  196. I have always done my own quilting, by hand or on my domestic.

  197. I finish most of my quilts at home, but sometimes I send them to be quilted by a longarm.

  198. Jeanne Brown says:

    I send them out.

  199. Susan Jaisle says:

    I’ve only finished one quilt so far and I quilted it myself.

  200. I finish them at home … either hand quilt or tie children’s quilts. I plan to machine quilt my next ones.

  201. I’ve only made twin size, which I’ve done at home. I’m hoping to make a queen size which I’ll probably go to the local quilt shop for!

  202. I finish them at home.

  203. I use my own home machine. It takes time, but it’s doable.

  204. Home – make small quilt

  205. Mary Morrison says:

    I am learning to do them myself.

  206. Kathy Davis says:

    I have done hand quilting, had them done by long arm and have also tried quilt as you go. Hand quilting takes forever but I get the most satisfaction from hand quilting.

  207. I have quilted a couple of small quilts I would love to have one done professionally my freemotion sucks

  208. Leslie Marling says:

    I do simple straight line quilting quilting on my small and medium size projects, but I take my large quilts to an awesome local long arm quilter and she does a great job.

  209. sewncreations says:

    On my own sewing machine

  210. At home.

  211. Tracy Painter says:

    I have mine quilted for me and then I machine bind them.

  212. Sharon Louise crawley says:

    Finnish myself x

  213. I finish them at home. I like to be able to complete my quilts on my own, I’m a beginner so my quilts aren’t longarm worthy (in my opinion) and also, it can cost so much for materials that I don’t want the expense of paying for it to be longarmed

  214. Kristine K Rainbolt says:

    I quilt my small quilts and hire my long arm quilting friends to do the large ones

  215. Evelyn Ware says:

    I have alway finished mine. It’s a great feeling when they finished!

  216. Laura Brown says:

    My first quilt was done by me on my machine. The next one I hope to finish will be done on a long arm, sent off. I am slightly intimidated to decoratively quilt anything on my machine

  217. I’ve only worked on small projects so at home! But the bigger projects will probably be sent out.

  218. Depending on the size, I either sew them on my machine, or rent a long-arm at a local shop.

  219. Barbara Takemoto says:

    I quilt most of my quilts at home. I am slowly honing my FMQ skills. It is a slow process

  220. I tied one baby quilt and sewed across the width of the second. Thanks for another generous giveaway.

  221. Estela Reyes says:

    To have never made a real quilt but love to see the quilts other ppl make.

  222. Estela Reyes says:

    To have never made a quilt.

  223. I finish at home.

  224. Patricia Howard says:

    At home.

  225. Debbie Howell says:

    The quilting is my favorite part of making a quilt. I use my own sewing machine and I have rented time on a long arm machine for a few of my quilts. This makes the piece more personal.

  226. Linda Colwell says:

    So far I’ve done them at home. I would love to send some out at some point, when I can afford to.

  227. Sharon Crawley says:

    Haven’t made a quilt yet but planning to after Xmas, and I would be finnishing it of myself.

  228. I finish them at home on my own with simple quilting.

  229. Cherri Kincaid says:

    I finish all of my quilts at home.

  230. I have sent my quilts out and finish with the binding and label. I have hopes to add machine
    quilting my own quilts this year. Happy New Year.

  231. Cindy McIlvain says:

    I finish them myself.

  232. I finish my quilts on my domestic machine.

  233. I have only made one quilt and I finished it by quilting in the ditch.

  234. I finish mine at home but I’ve been considering sending one out to see how I like it. I wish I could have a long arm at home! I have plans for the playroom once the kids are grown!

  235. Bethni Lee says:

    Has to go to a longer specialist. I haven’t had the nerve to try my own!!

  236. I usually finish them at home but I did rent a longarm once.

  237. I have never finished a quilt but I’m pretty sure I will be letting my checkbook finish any quilts larger than baby size.

  238. Vicki Formby says:

    At home.

  239. I have sent quilts to a a longarm quilter and have finished them at home, too. Size is often the determining factor.

  240. Finish at home

  241. It all depends on the size. If I can quilt it on my domestic machine, I finish it. But a large quilt will need to be sent out to be quilted. Of course the labeling and binding is all done by me.

  242. Donna Stellway says:

    I quilt the myself. The first one I quilted on an old Bernina sewing machine. Then my husband bought me an industrial machine that has made it so much easier to quilt. One of these days maybe I’ll have enough space to get a long arm machine!

  243. Quilt at home.

  244. Wendy A Engelmann says:

    I send them of to a long arm shop or my friend does it when she has time.

  245. Linda Collum says:

    I do my own quilting and binding on my Pfaff machine.

  246. Most of my quilts travel off to be quilted. A few I have completed myself.

  247. I hand quilt my quilts initially because the cost prevented me from using a long armer. Once I started, I found it so relaxing and enjoyable that I can’t imagine not doing it!

  248. I usually quilt my quilts on my domestic machine.

  249. Darlene Thompson says:

    I’ve done both – the first quilt I had done on a long arm at the Quilt Shop but the second one I did at home.

  250. I’ve always done my own but it’s nice to know there is someone who can also help

  251. Carrie Pippins says:

    I do both.

  252. Tina Butler says:

    At home.

  253. Sadly I don’t do any fancy quilting on my quilts just stitching the ditch or other straight lines

  254. I DIY FMQ on my DSM. (I have more tops than quilts, of course.)

  255. Jennifer Boone says:

    Minis are great ways to decorate and fun gifts!

    I have only sent one quilt to the long arm as it was commissioned quilt and king size.

  256. I send mine to a quilter. I tried to do some at home but it’s too hard
    On my shoulders.

  257. I finish my own.

  258. Lynn Proger thomas says:

    I do my own quilting

  259. I have always done hand quilting. I am going to venture into machine quilting soon. Trying to get up the nerve. LOL

  260. At home always

  261. I finish them with my little machine… or by hand 🙂

  262. Judy Prescott says:

    I quilt most of my quilts myself but occasionally when I have a time crunch I will send one out to my local longarmer.

  263. Anita Pankake says:

    So far, I have finished everything at home. However, we a getting more and more options in the area for long arm quilting.

  264. Leah Eversole says:

    I do them myself

  265. Sherry Jurykovsky says:

    I only finish things at home. Or maybe at my sister’s. I can’t afford to pay someone to do it for me.

  266. lindyloufromoz says:

    I hope to add this skill to my repertoire in the new year!

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