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Frequently Asked Questions

Long Arm Quilting

UPDATE 8/26/2020
We will not be taking in quilts until October 1, 2020. With school starting back up and the amount of quilts we currently have, we are closing the quilting list to get caught up! We will not be creating a waitlist, you can start reserving spots again on October 1st. Thank you! 

What type of quilting do we do?
We currently are only accepting Edge-to-Edge quilts or all over designs. 

How much does it cost?
Edge-to-Edge designs are $.015 cents per square inch plus thread and batting. 

  •        For Example: Quilt size 60 x 70 inches. Take 60x70=4200 sq inches. 4200x.015=63. So this quilt would be $63 for quilting. 
Thread is charged at $1.00 per bobbin

We carry Hobbs 80/20 on the roll for $.20 per inch. 

Do we carry Batting?
Yes! We have Hobbs Heirloom Premium 80/20 Cotton blend by the roll available for $.20 per inch or in package sizes crib, twin/full, queen and king.

Hobbs Heirloom Premium 80/20 Cotton blend offers more loft and less weight than traditional cotton. This blend is made with 80% natural cotton and 20% fine polyester. It is needle punched and has a light resin bonding to provide exceptional strength and durability. It is ideal for hand or machine quilting. 

What is the wait time?
Wait times vary. Please contact us for the current wait time. 

What type of thread do we use?
We currently use Superior Threads Omni and Magnifico threads. 

Binding Services?
We currently only offer to machine sew binding on front and then you hand sew binding to back for $25. Additional $25 for us to prepare your binding. 

Additional Costs
Piecing backing- $5 per seam
Machine sew binding to front (you hand sew back)- $25
Prepare binding- $25
Any additional or unexpected costs will be charged at $25 per hour. 

Quilt Preparation
Please have the backing material and batting at least 3-4" bigger than the top on all sides. You do not need to sandwich your quilt before bringing as we load each layer separately onto the long arm table. A nicely pressed quilt top will always have the best possible outcome. We do charge extra if a top needs extra pressing before quilting.