Lynn Stucker has been a long-arm quilter for 17 years. She got involved with quilting when Hurricane Katrina hit and wanted to help out people that had been affected. She made 85 quilts for the people that had been transplanted to Wisconsin.
Her passion for making charity quilts continues today. Through the help of paying customers like yourself, she makes quilts for The Children’s Advocacy Center, Ronald McDonald House, several Hospice charities, as well as several animal charities. By having Lynn do your quilting, you help to “Pay it Forward.”
Lynn’s machine is computerized. There are hundreds of patterns from which to choose, or let Lynn use her expertise to make the choice. Edge-to-edge patterns are a dream, but she will do custom quilting as well.
Many of the items Lynn has quilted are hung on the walls at Quilt-agious. Below are just a few samples of computerized quilting………………