It's Quilt Collection Time! Monday, February 1, from 1 to 3 pm.
Home of Cathy DiGuiseppi
6119 S Flamingo Court
Centennial, CO 80121
Cross streets are Holly and Orchard. Click on map below for directions.
Please be considerate of where you park in the private neighborhood.
Batting, labels, backing pieces, and assorted fabrics will be available. Kits and quilts needing to be quilted will also be available to chose from.
Please RSVP by clicking the button above or emailing email@example.com later than Sunday, January 31, by 5 p.m. Let us know how many quilts you plan to bring and whether or not you need batting and labels.
Masks and safe distancing will be required.
Guidelines for Preparing Quilt Tops for Long Arm Quilting
The top should be straight on all four sides and pressed. Placing a safety pin at the top center would be very helpful.
The back should be trimmed straight on all four sides, should be a total of 8-10 inches bigger than the top (for example, if top is 45 x 50, back should be 53 x 58 to 55 x 60) and pressed. Putting a safety pin at the top center would be very helpful.
Fold the top and back separately, as they go on the machine separately, and place in a bag.
Batting does not need to be included.
If you want the quilt returned to you, please include a note with your name.
If the binding is included with the quilt top and back, the strips should be cut 2.5 inches wide.
Check your email before leaving for the quilt drop off in case something changes. Weather in Colorado is very unpredictable.