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  1. For those of you who quilt as a business, how are you set up: sole proprietorship, LLC or something else?
  2. hi everyone! I have been watching/reading this forum for about a year now. I have a favor to ask. Seems that word has gotten out that I am doing some long arming for hire (thus far its been limited to one wonderful non judgemental friend). I am wondering if anyone would be will to share the take in form that they have developed when receiving a quilt to long arm. I have looked at that program that is 195.00 but at this time I can not justify spending that since I don't even know if I am going to enjoy quilting for hire! Right now I get so nervous having someone else quilt on my machine
  3. Hi, I just now signed up to be a member. I'm in the process of buying a longarm quilting machine. My plan is to start slow. I'll practice on my own quilts, and my sister and sister in-law's quilts. I hope that in time, I'll pay for my machine and start making some money at it. I'm really excited because I love making quilts, and I really love quilting them. My biggest fear is dealing with difficult customers. Any words of wisdom?
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