As you may know, my husband is in the Army. Therefore, every few years they notify us that it is time to move. This summer we will be moving from North Carolina to New York.
What that means to me and my family:
We will be putting all our belongings on a truck in early June, to include my longarm. That means I need to finish all customer quilts before I take down my longarm prior to the arrival of the packers and movers. I do not want to move any quilts that are not my own because I don’t want your quilt subject to any of the risk inherent when other people move your belongings.
What does that mean to you?
I am setting a cutoff date of May 1st for you to mail your quilts if you want it completed prior to my move. That will give me time to quilt it for you and give it the attention it deserves before I pack everything up. You will receive your completed quilt as I finish it, but guarenteed before the end of May.
If you will not have your quilt ready to mail by May 1st, I will be setting up my longarm back up and still doing quilting for others in New York. We are tentatively hoping to be unpacked and settled in sometime in July.
The only thing that will change will be my physical location. Instead of being a little over an hour from Raleigh, I will be a little over an hour from New York City.
When I am ready to accept quilts again, I will let you know and we will celebrate with a Quilts Actually Grand Re-Opening!
Thank you for your understanding and patience, and I hope to quilt for you in the future!