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 The following pictures illustrate the different levels of quilting that are available to you.  Each level is priced differently.  As always, I'm open to your ideas and suggestions of what you would like for your special quilt. 
Contact me here:  sagegrey01@gmail.com

To see the pricing of each level, go here.

Let's start with Level 1 quilting.  
This level is a basic all over design from border to border.  You will see stippling, meandering, loops etc.
 

 
Above design is called:  stippling
 
 
 Above design is called:  single waves
 

 
Above design is called:  stippling with random swirls (Allison Harris's quilt)



Above design is called:  double bubbles
 




Above design is called:  curvy swirls (Allison Harris's quilt)
 
 
The above design is called:  loops & leaves (Missy's quilt)
 
 
The above design is called:  chunky "L's" (my quilt)
 


The above design is called:  Loops & Hearts (Shauna's quilt)

 
 
The above design is: flowers, loops & leaves with swirl border (Trish's quilt)


The above design is called:  large swirls  (Teela's quilt)

 
The above design is called:  water/wood grain  (Denise's quilt)
 


The above design is called:  Peacock feathers - level #.0175

 
 The above design is called: pointy tear drops


The above design is called: cinnamon rolls


The above design is called:  single loops - .0l50 level (Allison Harris's quilt)



Above design is called: pointy swirls - .0175 level (Allison Harris's quilt)


The above design is called:  fan swirls - .0175 level (Jan's quilt)



Above design is called:  single waves & loops

Below are some Level #1 border ideas: 
 rail road tracks



Curvy rail road tracks, below:

 
Pointy rail road tracks below: 
 

 Another border idea below is pullies:
   

Double ric-rac, below: (Amanda's quilt)

 
Below is row after row of long loops:  (Denice's quilt)
 
 
And Allison's "Basket Case" quilt below:
 

Basket Case Quilt 

 
 5-petal daisies (in the border):


Level 2
 
Adds a few more design choices.  The pattern is still repetitive but will be different in the borders or smaller areas.
 Touchdown Quilt

The above quilt is Allison's from Cluck Cluck Sew - "Touchdown"


Above design is called:  Cinnamon rolls with echoing
 

 
 Above design has pebble, swirls, stippling - more than 3 elements.
 
The design below is called:  circut board (Bev's quilt)



 
 The design above has muliple designs.  (Julie's quilt)
 

The design above is called:  double waves & bubbles (Allison Harris's quilt)



The design above is called: un-even plaid - straight line


The above design has 2 elements in it - double bubbles and ric-rac in the sashing. (Cluck, Cluck, Sew quilt)

 
The above design has 2 elements in it - curves & pebbles. (Amanda's quilt)


The above design is called:  Clamshells (my quilt) 
It's a level #2 because it's very time consuming.

 
Sometimes there might be another element in the quilt that needs a little extra quilting and it's a different pattern in the borders bumping the level up a notch or two, but not quite a Level 3.




Level 3

This level is for straight line work and use of rulers.
Quilts with several borders and different patterns in each will be a level 3.



Above is Michelle's quilt - a Kaffe Fassett beauty
 
 


Above is Anne's quilt - 1" cross-hatch and a flower medallion combination.
 


Above and below are examples of some "modern" quilting designs on Denise's quilt.





 Several different designs within the quilt
and within each block: (Julie's quilt)
 
 
 My quilts...
 
 



 Level 4 - Custom
Detailed quilting
Heirloom/Show Piece

 
(Stephanie's quilt)
 
 
My sampler quilt below:
 
 
And the use of templates to create a design (below):
(Kathy Coontz's quilt & kitty)
 
 
 

 

To see the pricing of each level, go here.
Also check my FAQ page for other options.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

10 comments:

  1. Kathy, Your work is gorgeous! I am so impressed!
    Gail E

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    1. Ahhh - thank you, my friend. I truly LOVE what I do!

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  2. Your quilting is beautiful and very inspirational. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. These illustrations are so helpful! Thanks!

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  4. Kathy- You are my quilting HERO!!

    Adore the work you did on my quilt- so so beautiful!!!
    Thank you so much!!!

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    1. You, my friend, are so fun to quilt for! LOVE your quilt - thank YOU!

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  5. Just discovered you via Cluck, Cluck, Sew... I'll definitely be contacting you in the future for quilting!!! :)

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  6. I am overjoyed today ... I just received my quilts from Kathy and the quilting is absolutely beautiful. She is so talented and so creative. They really are exquisite. I highly, highly recommend Kathy! Thank YOU!

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  7. I am not really sure where that "a8c8ed26 ..." etc address came from but's it's me, Anitra, that is overjoyed by your work!

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    1. thank you, Anitra. You are so complimentary - I loved working on your quilts!

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