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Welcome to Splendid Stitches!

Quilt Finishing Services

Are you looking for someone to harmoniously enhance your fabric pieced work of art? Add the finishing touch of a hand-guided longarm quilting machine to your masterpiece. Or have a custom quilt created for your special occasion.

Meet the Artist

I am Aimee Mahan and I have an interior design background and love applying the principles of balance, scale and rhythm to quilting. It is a joy to see how color and pattern become alive, at times with surprising results! I enjoy both traditional and innovative quilting and hope I can enhance your artistry with a custom drawing from the needle of my hand guided longarm quilting machine.

Awards and Public Acclaim

Since beginning her business in 2002, Aimee has received over 100 1st Place, Best Quilting and People's Choice awards in numerous cities throughout the United States.

Her Fiber Art has been exhibited in many venues throughout the Unites States and Australia.

Published Quilting

Aimee's creative work has also been featured in several publications including: "Better Homes and Gardens", "Quilt", and "Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting." Book publications include: "Quilted Home Decor" by Terri Kralik and "Four Seasons at Minglewood" and "Baskets, Birds and Boughs" by Debbie Roberts.


Creating custom designs for machine quilting is second nature to Aimee and has taken her to producing and distributing through www.digitechpatterns.com.

Finished Quilts

Check out this gallery of fine quilted products and even order right online. Hand-made wall hangings, pillows and quilts make great gifts for birthdays, house warmings, parties and Christmas gifts.

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Featured Product

Featured Product

Fall Star Medallion Quilt
Muted rust, olive, gold and purple fall leaves inspired quilt. Pattern designed by Laura Blanchard. Great as an oversized throw or wall display.


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Tip of the Day

Seam in Back lining

Use a slight zig-zag stitch to add a little give to the seam so it does not compress more than the rest of the backing. Making the seam one-half inch and pressing it open is also helpful.