Pricing

Pantograph or Edge-To-Edge designs: $.020 per square inch

Semi-Custom (Edge-To-Edge with Borders): $.030 per square inch

Custom (Block Designs with Borders and Fills): $.040 and up per square inch

Pricing is per square inch. To figure out the square inch, multiply the length by the width in inches. Then multiply by the price.

Example:

        Twin size with Pantograph (68" x 90" = 6120 square inches) x $0.020 = $122.40


Batting
I carry several types of batting for your convenience:

Hobbs Premium 80/20 Cotton/Poly
Heirloom® premium 80/20 cotton blend is one of the most popular battings because it offers more loft and less weight than traditional cotton battings. It is needle punched and bonded to provide exceptional strength and durability. Shrinkage of 3-5% and may be quilted up to 4" apart, 1/8 inch loft.

Legacy 100% Bonded Washable Wool
Legacy Wool, is made from super soft washed wool blended with bonded fibers to prevent bearding. Wool is warm but breathable, so it is great for bed quilts. It is bonded to retard bearding and has been pre shrunk so it is washable with 0-2% shrinkage. It is super soft and drapes beautifully. It has an airy loft that returns to its original condition resisting creases and folds and provides really great stitch definition which makes it ideal for show quilts. Stitch distance is 4" apart and 0-2% shrinkage, 1/4 inch loft. Not recommended if wool allergies exist.

Legacy 50/50 Bleached Cotton/Poly with scrim
For use on quilts with light colors. Soft and strong. Great stitch definition and minimal shrinkage. Stitch distance is 8-10" apart. 2-3% shrinkage, 1/16 inch loft.

Legacy Black Blend 70/30 Cotton / Poly with scrim
Legacy Black is a great batting to use in dark-toned quilts. The cotton has been safely dyed black. Color will not run. Very soft and durable, excellent stitch definition. Stitch distance is 8-10" apart and 2-3% shrinkage, 1/8 inch loft.

Soft & Bright 4oz Poly
Soft, bright white polyester fibers are needled into a base material that prevents shifting, tearing and bunching. The needling process holds the batting together without glue, resins, or hard coatings that make hand needling difficult. The fiber is soft and fluffy to the touch and the evenly layered fibers stay in place inside your quilt helping to retain its shape even after a lifetime of washings. Polyester is a synthetic fiber which traps body warmth and makes for an extremely warm bed quilt. Stitch distance is up to 10" apart, 0-2% shrinkage, 1/8 inch loft. Non allergenic.

Comfort Loft Poly
Comfort Loft batting is made with a state of the art process that creates a very durable batting with little or no fiber migration. Made with high quality 100% bonded polyester. Lightweight but warm providing comfort and durability. Offers great definition to stitches. Polyester batting is lighter weight than cotton batting and it makes for a fairly (lofty) lightweight (puffy) quilt. Stitch distance up to 5" apart, 0-2% shrinkage, 1/3 inch loft. Non allergenic.

If you would like to supply your own batting, please be sure it is suitable for machine quilting.

NOTE: Also please be sure your batting is at least 6" larger than the quilt top on ALL sides.


Thread Charge
I never charge a fee for thread on edge-to-edge quilting.


Binding
I offer various forms of binding services from which you may choose:

Modified binding: Includes trimming quilt and attaching binding by machine to front of quilt only (straight edges only).

Full Binding: Includes trimming quilt, attaching binding by machine to front and back of quilt (straight edges only).

Custom Binding: For straight edges only, includes trimming quilt, attaching binding by machine to front of quilt and hand sewing to the back.

Specialty Binding: Scalloped or other shaped edges that require special techniques. (please contact me for a quote)

Edge Serging: Serging the edges of the quilt to make the binding process less tedious for you. This also makes for a "fuller" more stable binding.


Basting Service
Basting the entire quilt top with the batting and backing fabric to secure it for your own machine or handquilting done with water soluble thread.


Sleeve
I will be happy to attach a sleeve to your quilt. This will require a 9" wide strip of fabric the width of the quilt.


Backing
I charge $10.00 per seam to seam and prepare the backing. I remove selvedge edges before seaming and press seams open as should you. Selvedge edges will shrink differently from the rest of the material and therefore pucker when washed.

Please note: Backing should be at least 6" larger than quilt top on ALL four sides. So add a total of 12 inches to the length and width of quilt top for the quilt back.

          Example: Quilt top 100" x 100" = Quilt Back 112" x 112"


Minimum order charge $50.00
Rush Orders on request only: Fee $50.00