Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

in the longarm quilting world


The purpose of this list is to increase the visibility of longarm quilting business owners from historically underrepresented groups (BIPOC, LGBTQIA and/or people with disability)*, and to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the longarm quilting community.


Discover the world of longarm quilters and find your next longarm quilter

The longarm quilting community is always expanding and changing. The list below serves as a helpful starting point for those who wish to work with a longarm quilting business owned by underrepresented groups*.

Be sure to check their websites and social media accounts to see examples of work as this list is not vetted. We welcome you to check back here as more quilters join the list.

Why be included in this list?

If you identify as a BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and/or person with disability* and are a longarm quilting business owner, we invite you to be added to the list below. Being on the list provides prospective clients the opportunity to discover and support longarm quilting businesses owned by underrepresented groups*. Click here to be added.

Being on this list is totally voluntary. Longarm League membership is not a requirement to be on the list, nor will you be added to our marketing list as a result of joining the list below. Additionally, we respect the choice not to opt-in, even if you belong to an underrepresented group.

Meet Your Next Quilter

*BIPOC = Black, Indigenous, people of colour
LGBTQIA = Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex, and asexual
Disabled = People who have mental or physical impairment which has a long-term effect on their ability to carry out day-to-day activities.