Why We Love Grace

1.  Affordable and scalable.  We bought the frame and system the first year and then added the automation the next. They are priced for the hobby market, but you can still use them for professional work.  They also make many of the frames, sewing systems, and automation for famous brands.  This is like the generic version without the extra cost.  

2.  Karla.  She's the one in the pictures and in the videos.  The first year I went to Houston Festival, I was on my own for a good part, and I spent a lot of time trying longarms, especially Grace.  Karla was soooo kind, never made me feel weird for spending so much time trying their machines, and each year has been supportive of our project and our journey.  She is the one that initially suggested we become vendors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.  They are really fun to use.  And we didn't go into debt to have a system.  And no more basting on the floor.  Ever.  And the ruler work is fun.  And QCT5 automation is easy to learn.  We are getting people up and running fast.

Just Wanna Quilt: An Immersive Research Project of Copyright

Podcast and Research Lab

Tulane University Law School

New Orleans, LA 70118

townsend@tulane.edu

JWQ Shop and Long Army

Quilting Army Krewe, LLC

New Orleans, LA 70125

quiltingarmy@gmail.com

(504) 339-3857

Quilting Army Krewe, LLC

Owner, Elizabeth Townsend Gard

Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez

Inventory Quilt Project, Willow Olson

Long Army, Joel Sellers

Project Director, Gigi Baay