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Hi everyone. I am new. Trying to figure what to charge to make her a T-shirt quilt. I also want to give my customer some options to cover the cost. So I was hoping to deduct for her to cut the t-shirts and give her a discount, then if she wants to fuse them, another discount. So, then I would just have to square them up, and continue the process. What do you think about that idea? and if so, how much discount should I give her? I do have a long arm and plan to e to e the quilting. I will do sashing and border and sew on binding by hand. What do you think? I like the $25 per hour cost.
One of my customers recently moved from Hawaii to Arizona. I told her that I would look for a longarm quilter close to where she lives that she could maybe connect with. She has tops that need to be quilted in the near future. She is not looking for fancy, the quilts that I have finished up for her, used CL quilting designs and she was extremely satisfied with the way the quilts came out. She is also looking for possible binding work done. If you are interested, go ahead and respond with how she can contact you and I will forward info along to her. Thank you!!! Barbara