Quilted Lovelies Announces Lower Prices on Custom Made Quilts

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Improvements in productivity have allowed Quilted Lovelies to lower prices on all custom and ready made quilted items.

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All prices on all products and services at Quilted Lovelies have been lowered an average of 32 percent because of improvements in productivity, which have significantly decreased labor costs.

Recent enhancements include an upgraded sewing machine, resulting in quicker production times, lower overhead costs and better inventory control. "Everybody needs a break in the midst of ever rising prices, so I decided to pass on the cost savings rather than keep them," owner Anne Lemin stated.

"The lower labor prices allowed us to afford to have Dad's ties made into a lap quilt after his passing," said one customer. "To have something of his close by all the time brings us much solace and provides wonderful memories."

"That's Quilted Lovelies' main goal," Mrs. Lemin replied. "To bring comfort, beauty and remembrances of happy times into the home."    

Quilted Lovelies specializes in custom made lap quilts, doll quilts, baby quilts, charm quilts and table runners using the customer's choice of material: fabric, 100 Good Wishes quilt squares, ties, old quilts or clothes. The company also sells ready made items in all the above-mentioned lines, plus quilt labels, charm packs, and an item unique to Quilted Lovelies: Letters That Pop, a small décor pillow monogrammed with buttons.

For additional information about Quilted Lovelies' new prices, products, or to get a quote, contact Anne Lemin or visit http://www.quiltedlovelies.com.

About Quilted Lovelies:
Quilted Lovelies was founded in 2004 with two product lines: potholders and custom made table runners. Since then, seven more lines have been added, but the potholders have gone to Old Product Line Heaven. The company went online in 2006, and was updated with fresh new colors and graphics in 2007.

Anne Lemin, owner
Quilted Lovelies

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