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If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to either email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or make a comment or ask a question in this section.Thank you for visiting Butterfly Quilt Company!James
You have some very nice looking quilts. How long between the time I order one will I receive it? How do I know that you won't just take my money and rip me off? Thanks for your answer!K
Kasendra,We have lots of satisfied customers! We usually consult with the customer either via email or telephone about their wants and needs for a quilt. We help them select their colors and size. We go over the cost and time schedule. Usually, if the pattern is one I have done previously, I can usually get a quilt together within a week or ten days, then another day to quilt it, barring equipment problems, and no longer than 2-3 days for quilting max. Then we ship free right after that, provided you have completed payment. If you have put the quilt in "layaway", then we will ship after your final payment. During the process, if you have email, we will photograph your quilt as it is in progress and send you photos and keep you updated on your quilt. Also, I do believe that if you pay through PayPal that there is some kind of guarantee they have, but you would have to check in with them to find out. Thanks for the question!Cordially,James
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For the Texas A&M quilt you have pictured, where do you order the larger A&M pieces that are shown?
Also, your quilts are absolutely stunning, I just started quilting and would like to attempt something with my school's spirit.
First, let me say thank you for your comment and question. We couldn't find the large A&M logo ourselves when starting that quilt. We purchased a special fabric that is made to go into your printer. It has a stiff paper backing that you peel off after printing. We searched the internet for a good copy of the A&M logo and copied it to the computer, worked with it until it was the size we wanted, then printed it on that special paper-backed fabric pieces. After peeling off the backs, soaking the pieces in cold water as directed, etc., we were able to use them for the quilt. The only drawback with using those printable fabrics is that the ink ran a bit (red ink on white fabric) on several of the blocks. I can't remember the name of the special printable fabric squares, but I'm sure you could google for information.
Please consider joining a local quilt guild if you haven't already done so. You can pick up a lot of useful quilting information there, plus have lots of new quilting friends in your area to inspire you, encourage you and teach you. Good luck!
James, I met you and your wife in JoAnns the other day and we got into some serious quilting topics. So I looked up your site and am very impressed with your talent. My question is, what is the pattern for the Lone Star Texas, I believe you called it.? Enjoyed the story of the beginnings of your love of quilting. Sandee
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