Each job is individually priced based on the size of the quilt, the type of thread and the complexity of the stitching. We are pleased to provide you with a quote once we have seen and measured the top, batting and backing.
Drop off your quilt any day we are open. We accept quilts by mail for those who can't drop off. Your quilt goes into the queue when we receive it. Due to demand, there is typically a short waiting period before your quilt can be stitched. We don't start the job until we talk to you about your choices. Undecided? Most quilters leave the details up to us and are always delighted with the result.
• Your top must be squared. Click here to Google squaring a quilt.
• Press your top with all seams flat.
• Clip all threads on your top - stray threads can show through lighter fabric.
• Do not baste, pin or tack your top, batting and backing together.
Backing must be squared and at least 4" larger than the quilt top on all sides. (example: a 60"x72" top requires at least a 68"x80" backing)
Piece if required. If you sew the selveges together, use a 1/2" seam allowance, trim to 1/4" and press open.BATTING
If you provide your own, it must be at least 4" larger than the quilt top on all sides. (example: a 60"x72" top requires batting to be at least 68"x80")
Thread selection can make a large difference in the appearance of your finished quilt. Decide whether you wish the stitching to blend or subtly contrast with both the top and backing.STITCHING CHOICE
• same pattern edge to edge
• edge to edge pattern in main area with different border pattern
• individual block patterns and border pattern
Once our work is complete, you will need to trim your edges and attach your binding. Some customers prefer to hire someone to do this.
You may also want to add an embroidered label to your quilt; we can make one at additional cost.