"Long-Arm Quilting By Karen Niemi"
"Quilting Works of Art, One Stitch at a Time"
In Highlands Ranch, CO

For Appointment Call
303 470-9309

I have been long-arm quilting as a business since 2004.  I have won many awards and my quilting has been shown in many national quilting magazines.   I can help you finish your quilt so you don't have to stuff your quilt in a small opening in your sewing machine or worry about finding a big enough space to pin your quilt.  No pinning, basting or tracing of patterns required.

Your quilts can be done faster so they can be enjoyed right away and treasured for years to come.  If you need a quilt made or just need the binding applied we can help you with anything involved with the quilting process.

 I use a Gammill Optimum Long-Arm Quilting Machine with Statler Stitcher.  I have a large selection of patterns to choose from.  I can help with the selecting a pattern that will complement your quilt top.  Quilting is done in a smoke-free and pet-free environment.

Customer's Quilts Have
Product & Services
*Won First Prize at the Colorado State Fair
*Won Best Long-Arm Quilting Awards
*Featured in Numerous Quilting Magazines
*Won at various CO County Fairs
* Placed at Local Quilt Shows
*Awarded Judge's Choice
*Received Celebrity Choice Awards
*Displayed at the Rocky Mt. Quilt Museum and Capital Quilt Shows
* Won at the Firehouse Quilt Shows
*Entered in Mancuso Quilt Shows
Quick Turnaround Time
Edge to Edge and Custom Quilting
Large Selection of Designs
Great Selection of Threads
Batting Available for Purchase
Machine Binding, Wall Sleeves, Seam Backing and Repair Services
Mail Orders
Edge to Edge - Single pattern quilted over entire quilt
.0190 to .03 per square inch
Minimum charge $50
Custom Quilting
.03 to .12 square inch
Quilts Made to Order - Call About Details
How to Prepare Your Quilt For the Best Results
The backing and batting should be at least 4" bigger all the way around.
Press top and backing and remove any loose threads.
Make sure all seams have been securely sewn.
Embellishments such as buttons, ribbons, etc. should be added to the top after it has been quilted.
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