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Longarm Services

Hello, and welcome to Sandbridge Quilts!  My name is Stephanie, and I am a quilter/longarmer.  For a long time, I made quilt tops and saved them in a pile waiting for a good longarm quilter. I finally caved and bought my own longarm and have since worked through that stash and more.  Once caught up, I decided to offer my help to others that are working to finish their quilt tops, because the best quilts are FINISHED ones!!

I am local to Virginia Beach, Virginia and am happy to help you complete your masterpiece. My longarm is a Babylock Regalia equipped with Prostitcher Premium, which allows me to offer both free motion and digital designs for edge to edge or light custom quilting. 

For all those local to Hampton Roads, I will meet with you in person or online to determine what the best patterns and thread colors work best to complement your quilt.  If you are out of the area, we can work together through Zoom or Google Chat.  In any case, please contact me if you have questions. I look forward to working with you!


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