You can still get fabric delivered free in Butte, or by USPS anywhere else! Please give a call if you have any questions!
I am asked at least once a week, where I came up with my name for my business, so, here you go! Two of my most recent bosses are my inspiration, "Beanie" was the instigator for me, she told me I needed to follow my passion, (quilting). Of course, I was raising young children and couldn't afford to completely go out on a limb and start up a new business, so I said it would have to wait. I left Beanie and went to work for a Lady who had the last name of Bean, she was very passionate about her job and loved everything about it; late nights, early mornings, Federal Grant writing and compliance, going to court...it didn't matter, when I thought it was getting really bad, she was in her glory days. I was in awe watching someone work in their passion and I knew it had to happen for me and SOON!!!! I bought a hand guided Gammill longarm and attempted to start my own business. I started out in my garage which we had insulated, re-wired, drywalled and painted. I began my journey of quilting for people. While that wasn't yet paying the bills, I found odd jobs cleaning homes and businesses and babysitting to keep my schedule as flexible as I could be for my business. But my real passion was in teaching people to cut up perfectly good fabric and sew it back together! So, I would load up as much as my van could hold, go to trade shows to get my name out there. And then I found a place to rent on Saturdays to hold sewing classes. After about six months of spending most Saturdays hauling everything I had that was sewing related back and forth to a classroom, I knew I needed to find a place to really venture into my passion. I rented a large classroom space with a friend, she painted in the evenings, I quilted in the day time. It worked great for a while, but both of our businesses were taking off and schedules were hard to manage. She moved into a new space in the same building and I began to expand. Little by little (or I should say bolt by bolt) I began to slowly bring in fabric. Fabric wasn't really my passion, but we had no where in Butte to buy good quilting fabric. As my fabric selection grew, I knew I would need more space and knew what I wanted. I found the perfect spot! I had room for a separate classroom and a retail floor. Thus began my journey of really bringing in a fun selection of quality fabrics, while still finding time to teach classes and sew a bit myself! I currently have two computerized Gammill Longarm machines that run almost everyday! I have the most amazing customers and am so fabulously blessed to get to actually follow my passion! They say if you love what you do, you'll never consider it work. I do love what I am doing and love to share my passion with anyone who wants to learn! But none of this would have come to be, if I didn't have the most amazing husband and supporter in so many ways. He has been my banker, therapist, tear dryer and my biggest cheerleader through all of this adventure! With support from him and my "Quilting Queens" I get to live the dream (literally) everyday! Well, I hope that answers some of the question about my name, if you haven't yet, stop in and say Hi, peruse the great fabrics we have in the shop and don't forget to get your name on my mailing list!
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Elliott is our upgraded Gammill longarm machine, he is so fine and we are all in love!!! Upgrading this machine has been a fantastic experience! There is still sew much to learn! Elliott is available to rent after you have taken the longarm lesson. If you have taken the introduction to longarm lesson in the past (hand guided), you will only need a partial lesson if you have been in and rented within the last six months. The full longarm lesson is $165.00, the partial lesson is $50.00 Please contact Alisa to schedule lessons or rentals.
Two Bean Quilts offers a new rewards program! For every $5.00 you spend, you earn 1 point! When you reach 100 points, you get 25% off your next purchase (up to $100.00)! *Class fees, consignments and redemption of gift certificates not eligible for discount)
We started the Nebula class January 23, what a blast!! Next class will be February 20, 2021 from 10:00-4:00.
Four times a year we have five Saturdays...that means SALES!!
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There will be markdowns throughout the store, but if you are enrolled in the Loyalty rewards program and have been given a canvas 'Bean Bag' you will save even more! You CAN NOT buy this bag, it is earned with your loyalty points!!
Don't have time to finish you quilt? Let Alisa help!
Alisa will finish your project for you if you don't have time of just would rather not do it.Add a description about this category
Meandering, stippling or basic E2E pantograph.
Each block filled with same pattern. Perfect for a log cabin.
Center of quilt E2E and borders something different and when quilting around applique or embroidery.
Each same sized block filled with different quilting pattern, no sashings.
Different blocks, sizes of blocks, borders, sashings. Each piece needs to be modified or adjusted. Like a double wedding ring.
We can baste your quilt sandwich together for you too, if your wanting to quilt it by hand.
I can add as many colors as you'd like in your quilt. First color is free, additional colors are $1.00/per color change.
If I piece your backing, $10.00/seam. If I have to press your backing $10.00.
Please call to schedule a lesson and rentals on the long arm
Single person lesson lasts approximately 4 hours. Lessons can be done with a friend as well, dual lessons last about 6 hours. Lessons are typically held on Monday's, but I will accommodate as best I can with an evening lesson or other days that work well for both of us.
After you take your lesson, come back and rent the machine to finish your own quilt! Rental fee is $18.50/hour or buy a punch card for $170.00 and get a discounted rate! It's like getting an hour free! You must rent machine within six months of taking your lesson. Your rental time starts promptly as scheduled, so don't be late. You can leave your punch card in the shop on the file box, or take it with you. Lost cards will not be replaced.
Binding memories together!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
29 North Wyoming, Butte, MT 59701
10:00 am – 08:00 pm
Hours could change daily due to the COVID 19 virus. Please check the 'Events' section up top for more accurate hours during these changing times. Thank you for your understanding.
Two Bean Quilts has a Statler stitcher with a 30" throat, it sits on a 14' table. You can quilt anything from a table runner to a king size quilt with ease. Although his machine is computerized, you can still quilted hand guided if that's what you like or prefer.
Alisa at Two Bean Quilts will help you make a memory quilt using T-shirts or I'll make it for you. Price depends on size and service provided! T-Shirt quilts are time consuming, make sure you get your orders in with plenty of time to get them done!
Two Bean Quilts has kicked off the kids sewing classes. Each month, kids will learn a new technique, have something to take home with them and will make a square to add to their larger project that we will complete over time. Space is VERY limited, you must RSVP to Alisa with your kids name and age one week PRIOR to class. $15.00 per kiddo KIDS SEWING IS TEMPORARILY ON HOLD DUE TO COVID 19
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