Ron Paul is heading out to help you with longarm service on your quilting machines again, he still has room in his Montana, Idaho, eastern Washington schedule.
While others may be offering service, Ron comes to YOUR studio or shop, and brings 26 years of experience.
Ron is leaving California next week, so YOU should contact him NOW, for service in July and August 2016.
He plans his route from one community to another on a logical mapped path. If you don’t contact him before he gets to your town, he will not backtrack to you.
How often should your machine get longarm service care?
You should count on having your longarm service done every other year, unless you use it as hard as his wife Laura Lee Fritz does. In that case, once a year might be better, ask Ron when you see him.
Ron just replaced Laura’s take-up lever AND hook, both were seriously grooved. Those grooves cut and grabbed threads, causing nuisance loops or knots on the quilt backs, driving Laura “batty”. She is skilled and experienced, at doing her own longarm service. Like you, however, she had to wait for him to be back in town to apply his intuitive expertise to the problems she faced. It took about 11,000 quilts on that machine alone, to cut those nasty grooves, You probably aren’t facing that particular longarm service job yet, but your need may be as important. Oh yes, Laura is a happy quilter again.
To contact Ron: 406-550-9026 (text is best, phone call ok) or http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonus for IntelliQuilter users
If you are hoping to find an IntelliQuilter class in the same region, contact http://email@example.com to get on her schedule. Classes start in Grants Pass OR August 13, and end in Sacramento August 24 more or less, with Seattle, Missoula, and ? in between.