Completely Quilted BERNINA Sewing Center

Completely Quilted BERNINA Sewing Center is located at 315 East Grand Avenue in Ponca City Oklahoma's Historic Downtown District. This business is family owned and operated by Suzy Taylor, Paul Taylor, and Daughter Nancy Laffey. They offer the highest quality in everything they endeavor. They feature the finest quality cotton fabrics, threads, notions, gifts, embroidery supplies, finished quilts, the latest books and patterns, sewing furniture, and the full line of the finest sewing machines on the market today, BERNINA. Completely Quilted continually expands inventory, products and services.

With all new machines and embroidery software purchases, Completely Quilted teaches machine and software mastery classes enabling customers to create anything they can dream. The service components of the business includes: sewing machine service and repair, knife and scissor sharpening, and long arm quilt finishing. All brands of sewing machines are serviced and repaired at Completely Quilted. Suzy Taylor performs the long arm quilting, with over 20 years experience in quilt finishing, and produces individualized custom heirloom and T-shirt quilts. Completely Quilted offers quilting and sewing classes for all levels, from junior-beginner to the most expert and intricate with exciting new classes and projects every month. In addition Completely Quilted offer high quality custom embroidery and monogramming on articles to promote your business or to create customer heirloom gifts.

Pick-up options::
Carry out
In store pick up
Curbside pickup
Address: 315 E Grand Ave
Main Street Investor Status:
Ponca City Main Street Investor
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The worst experience I've had in retail. I signed up for a class that required all supplies to be purchased there. I let them know ahead of time that I had to work one week. I had an illness interfere with the class as well. I tried to get help because it is a beginner class and I have no idea what I'm doing, but they told me they would be happy to give advice or help with purchases, but they were not willing to help me finish the project. So now I have hundreds of dollars in class cost and supplies and no way to finish it and nothing to show for it.

Sharla M about listing First Time Quilt Making 1 year ago.

Very nice!