What is Just Wanna Quilt?
This began as a research project: the intersection of copyright and quilting: a podcast and a Facebook group. In three years it has grown to Legal DIY books, quilting projects, selling Grace longarms, many sub-Facebook groups, and a community. We have made masks, gone on adventures, and pondered all kinds of questions. Welcome. Join us. We call ourselves the Quilting Army. We are a hybrid. Research at Tulane and our new Quilting Army Krewe, LLC for our entrepreneurial activities.
Our really important rule: kindness.
New Podcast Episodes
Just Wanna Longarm?
We are officially a
Grace Company vendor!
And visit Just Wanna Longarm for lots of info
We have a team that loves to longarm, and we are all working on different combinations of Grace systems.
3 types of frames (Hoop, Q-Zone Queen, and Continuum)
3 machines (15, 19, or 21) (or you can use your own domestic sewing machine).
Quilter's Creative Touch automation
A ton of accessories
Here's how we work. Email us to begin.
We set up a time to chat about what you need. We make a package just for you. Prices and special deals change every month. And we're about community. Join our special FB group, Quilting Army Longarmers. You are not alone in this new journey.
Three questions to think about:
size of your space
budget (we don't do financing at the moment)
Proceeds support the Quilting Army Krewe, LLC, and the Just Wanna Quilt project, including our law students. We also have an affiliate program, so that when you recommend someone you get a flat rate commission. Email for more info.
Research Sponsors of Just Wanna Quilt podcast and research project
This work could not be done without our generous research sponsors. Materials are donated to other Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane University Law School.
Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurialism.