What size quilts do I handle?

Rosie (my longarm) can handle pretty much all we can throw at her.

My longarm (Rosey) is on a 12 foot frame which means she can accommodate most quilt sizes. Remember that your backing needs to be 4" larger all around than your top. Keeping that in mind, the largest backing that I can put on my frame is 130". That means one side of your backing needs to be smaller than 130". And one side of the top can be up to 122". The longer side will get rolled up and can be as long as you like.

I do have a minimum charge for small quilts of $60. But I can put any small quilt on the frame! I've even quilted myself a nametag for Guild meetings!

Some common size measurements for quilt tops:

Twin: 71x101

Double/Full: 86x106

Queen: 92x106

King: 110X106

Rebecca Moyer is a professional longarmer and quilter based outside of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. You can get in touch or learn more about Purple Bobbin.

"I recently had my quilt quilted by Rebecca of Purple Bobbin. I was very happy with my quilt when it was completed. The thread and quilting pattern complimented my quilt design so well. The stitching was excellent. Rebecca is very professional to work with. I will be bringing more quilts to Purple Bobbin."

Kari Day