The least expensive type of custom longarm quilting. This type of quilting can be described as repeating the same design motif over or in each block, simple designs in the sashing and borders. The designs are larger in scale but uniform in density. There is very little stitching in the ditch. This takes less time than Mid Level Custom Quilting, so if budget is an issue, this is a nice way to have a custom quilted quilt without a big expense. Typically this level of quilting falls between 3 1/2 cents per square inch to 5 cents per square inch.
This quilt was mostly quilted freehand which is why it’s such a budget friendly custom quilted quilt.
What fun I had quilting this customer’s quilt. Such bold colors in those Hexie blocks. All the quilting is free motion.
I had such fun quilting this little quilt (shown here on a queen size bed). I free motion quilted this using rulers in the borders.
This is a beautiful queen size quilt with a center panel of chickadees. I outlined all the images in this panel.
A beautiful batik lap quilt with custom quilting. Wavy lines divide this quilt top. Between the lines different swirls, leaves, “s” curves, and more.
Is this the cutest baby quilt ever?! This was such a joy to quilt. I used invisible thread to stitch in the ditch around each block and then to outline all the cross stitch.
All the blocks are quilted the same in this quilt except for the centers of each block. There I chose a different dense fill design for each one.
This beautiful customer quilt was a joy to quilt.
Outlined applique, with a light arabesque fill around it, feathers and ruller work inner borders and quilting around aspects of the outer border print
With pictoral blocks like this, I quilt along the figures in the block. This quilt was awesome for that.
This little baby quilt measures about 40" square. It has baby rattles with ribbons, paisleys, straight lines (no rulers used), swirls and wishbones.
I pieced, appliqued and quilted this topper. Reverse applique, beautiful feathers and ruler work crosshatching complete this design.
Graffiti Quilting... what is that, you ask? It’s whatever comes to the quilter‘s mind. All free motion quilting.