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Marylyn at work in her shop in Grand Junction, Colorado. >>
A Colorado native born and raised in Durango, Marylyn has a style all her own. Along with her high-tech sewing machinery, Marylyn brings a unique artistic eye, professionalism and years of experience to every project. She has also built a library of favorite fabrics and notions too!
With Sew n’ Sew Quilting, machine work and embroidery don’t have to take forever, OR cost a lot of money. We’re fast, friendly and experienced.
Marylyn Jones started Sew n’ Sew Quilting in 1998 with a belief that she could help people get their quilting projects done on time and within their budget. Now Sew n’ Sew offers so much more than quilting services. Give Marylyn a call today!
the most difficult (and, therefore, most expensive) things to do on a longarm. Each quilter has her own pricing structure, but generally pricing is based on the size of the quilt and the difficulty of the quilting design chosen.
Meeting with the Quilter. When we meet and examine your quilt, you should plan to discuss the thread, batting, quilting design, and any preferences you may have regarding marking pens or chalks. You should leave with an understanding of what is going to be done to your quilt, how much it will cost, and when you should expect it to be finished.
I can help bring your ideas to life.
Design. While most of my design work is free hand, I also do a lot of rule work. If you have an idea of what you want on your quilt, I am sure I can come up with a special design. If the quilt is to be a gift to a particular person, l make sure that the design is appropriate.
Pricing. Quilting on a longarm is different from quilting on your home machine. Stitch-in-the-ditch (SID) is simple and easy at home, but is one of