Lady Bird Quilts wants to quilt for you! We do quality Longarm Quilting and create special order Custom Quilts designed to reflect what you do & love. Our 14’ APQS Millennium Longarm Quilting Machine and IntelliQuilter computerized quilting system enable us to quilt digital designs with exceptional precision. We can make your quilt spectacular! Whether it’s quilting your latest project or an heirloom quilt top that you have inherited, we can quilt it.
Longarm Quilting Prices:
Basic edge to edge quilting is 2 cents per square inch plus thread.
Custom Quilting is 3 cents per square inch plus thread.
We sell Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 batting for 25 cents per linear inch or you can provide your own quality batting.
Premium Quality 108” wide, 100% cotton tonal printed quilt backing is available at our shop in a variety of patterns and colors for just $10.00 a yard. We will also be happy to use your own special backing, just make sure the back is at least 6″ larger than the top on all 4 sides.
We create unique, personalized Memory Quilts to commemorate the themes, special times and defining moments in the lives of you and your loved ones. These can include pictures, t-shirts, military colors and seals, themed fabric, collegiate prints and much more. These quilts are beautiful reminders of what you cherish and they can be used and enjoyed for a lifetime. Prices for special order quilts vary depending on design and size, just contact us for a quote.
Lady Bird Quilts is located 2 miles south of Greensboro at 2029 Bristol Highway, Quincy, FL. Look for the big Fabric & Quilts sign on our shop! We are open on Saturdays from 10 to 5 and by appointment. Give us a call at 850-329-8276 or message us to discuss your quilting project today!
Becky Barch made this adorable quilt from a Dinosaur Panel set in a brick wall of primary colors surrounded by a navy blue snakeskin print. It’s bright and interesting! Our soft, stable Hobbs Heirloom batting is inside. I quilted it in dinosaurs and made the binding from the same navy blue print used for the border. I also made two matching flanged pillow shams for her. This is a colorful quilt Becky! 🙂
My sister Iris and I made this School Bus Throw as a surprise gift for a dear friend and loyal customer, Melissa Gilley. She is a school bus driver who cares so much about “her” kids we thought she needed this! The school bus is pieced and sewn into a blue background with a brown print (for a dirt road!) under the wheels. We sewed in pieces from a couple of school themed prints and I quilted it in “Diamonds” then made the binding in yellow to match the bus. Melissa is just a sweetheart! 🙂
Debbie Shepard made this T-Shirt quilt for her daughter, Paige. It showcases and preserves her T-shirts she has collected over the years from school, barrel racing and as an EMT. In keeping with the spirit of western riding Debbie sewed the shirts into a field of Brown Tilt-A-Whirl fabric. Inside, it’s filled with our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and is backed with the same fabric it’s sashed with. I quilted it in “Wild Horses” and did the binding for her. A special quilt for a special girl made by a very loving and talented mother! 🙂
Patsy Willis made this bright and cheerful child’s quilt with squares of colorful and cheery prints bordered with another print chock full of color! The inside is filled with our soft, supple Hobbs Heirloom batting which we just love, recently I looked at a sample of 80/20 batting from another manufacturer… we’re staying with Hobbs. I quilted this one in Diamonds for her. Someone got a really nice gift!
Beverly Cox brought me this to quilt… An amazing bigger than King Size T-shirt quilt that she and members of her family made for someone they love very much! The quilt top is made from lots of Briana’s T-shirts she’s collected over her time in school. The quilt is framed with an FSU patch print and bordered in black for contrast. The back is a red garnet blenders print and I did the binding in gold for FSU! Inside we used our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting and I quilted it in arrows. Brianna there is no doubt, you have a family that loves you bunches! 🙂
A longtime friend of my sister’s gave her this hand pieced Lone Star quilt top and pieced back. Someone in her family made it I believe, probably many years ago but it had never been quilted. It has feed sack material in it but also a lot of other older cotton prints. Iris asked me to fix a few places in it and quilt it for her, which is exactly what I did. We used our soft Hobbs Heirloom batting inside and I stipple quilted it for a more vintage look. After she bound it she gave it to her son Tullis. Whoever pieced this by hand did some incredible work! 🙂