Just a little information from Nolting longarm site.
What we know as hand-guided quilting machines have been around a long time. As far back as the 1960s and 1970s there were a few individuals and small companies offering what we now call short-arm quilting machines on frames. The basic short-arm is usually a commercial sewing machine taken out of a tabletop and set into a carriage system. The carriage system had two sets of wheels on a long frame. This system made it so you could move the machine over the stationary fabric. This was the first major step away from the more traditional machine sewing where you moved the fabric under a stationary machine.
Lex and I are heading to the San Diego Quilt Show. We have our Nolting Longarms all set up and ready to try. Looking forward to seeing you at the show. If you are unable to make it we would love to send you information on Nolting longarms.
I’m going big – well bigger than before. As you know I’ve been active on my Two Bees Quilting Facebook page, well this is my official website. Of course, the website is in the works. It’s a platform for those who don’t have Facebook to reach me for my services. I am super excited about this new venture. If you are following on Facebook, PLEASE subscribe to my updates on my website or check in for new things happening soon. Thank you for being part of my journey.
Hello everyone, Cindy here! I am so excited to share that I will begin to make custom quilts and sell some of my work. I have a Nolting Longarm machine and I’m qualified to help you purchase your own as well as help you put it together. Quilting has changed my life, I love it so much. Stippling will also be a service that I will offer, you piece your quilt together and I will stipple it for you! Thank you so much for supporting my business.