Below you will find links to resources that I’ve either used personally or have been recommended to me by other quilters.
Are your t-shirts overflowing boxes and drawers? Do you have other clothing that you want to preserve in a quilt? These folks can help turn these items into keepsake quilts. They will also work with you to collect signatures if you’d like to do autograph block quilts instead.
Celebration Quilters – www.celebrationquilters.com – 262-248-9507
Mo Quilts – www.moquilt.com – Donna Moscinski
T & F Quilting Studio – tandfquiltingstudio.com – Terri Karls – 630-257-6769
Do you have a well-loved quilt that has been damaged with use and is showing signs of wear? Most restorations are done completely by hand, and you will need to send the quilt for evaluation in order to get a good estimate. Good restorers have an extensive knowledge of fabric & history, and will restore quilts with period fabrics & techniques.
Rocky Mountain Quilts – www.rockymountainquilts.com – 207-363-6800
Forget Me Not – www.fixquilts.com – 281-298-1966
Your quilt doesn’t have to be an heirloom, hand-stitched by your great-great-grandmother in order to have value. Even modern quilts can be worth a surprising amount!
Alexandra (Sandy) Schweitzer, AQS Certified Appraiser – www.quiltappraisalplus.com – 815-459-5545