Handcrafted Quality

Anna Bella Quilting Academy a new addition to the Pennywinkle Quilting Machine business.  Our new location I will be offering half and full day classes.  Quilting retreats in the future.

In the quilting machine classes, fabric, thread will provided in each class taught.

Classes include basic fill in, free motion to feathers.  Getting over the fear of how and where to start quilting, basic knowledge of thread, thread tension, batting, how to set in or float a quilt.  Basic quilting, from start to finish for the newbie to quilting.

Quilters that have purchases a Sunshine 16 or Sunny  24 machine you will receive a 2 hour class on how to service and maintain your new purchase.  I want all new owners to be comfortable with their investment.

Also, Anna Bella Quilting Academy is in the process of designing patterns and will be offering classes.

About Us

We're in the process of moving our machine shop to our new  building .

So, things will be put on hold for a few months till completely set up.

I will be available for tech support and supplies during this time

Pennywinkle Quilting Machines/Anna Bella Quilting Academy

1748 Whitson Bend Rd. Centerville, TN   37033     931-622-1336

Pennywinkle Quilting Machines

Pennywinkle Quilting Machines is a home grown business that started in our garage back in the 90's with a welder, drill press and a cut off saw.

With the desire to build an easier way to quilt.

We designed the original frame to use with your domestic home sewing machine.  Which revolutionized the quilting industry.  With the encouragement of family and friends we decided to offer our quilting systems to the public.

A few years later, we felt the need to go to the next step.  A professional quilting machine with a larger harp area combined with our frame systems.  With the same high quality combined with affordability.  To top it off made in the USA and no desire to go overseas.

Over the years, we now have a large machine shop with 8 computerized milling machines, 2 cnc lathes, automatic saw, 5 drill presses, tapping and debur machines and the list goes on.  I have contracts with a couple outside vendors to do my powder coating, anodizing and computer routing of the enclosures.

This year we have moved our machine shop to a larger building (15,000 square feet).  With this move we have added several more pieces of automatic manufacturing equipment.

Once all the parts are manufactured, in our shop we start the process of assembling, testing, boxing, then shipped to it's new home.