I quilt on an APQS Millie 30 with Intelliquilter. I am able to quilt custom (free motion and ruler work) or digital patterns.
Edge to Edge pantograph designs:
Starts at 2.3 cents per square inch.
Example: You have a quilt top that is 60 inches x 80 inches.
60" x 80" = 4,800 square inches (multiplied by .023 = $110.40)
Every month there is a penny plus pattern available for newsletter subscribers.
Starts at 4 cents per square inch.
Example of a semi-custom quilt:
An all over design with a few elements as no-sew zones, such as some special appliqué.
Starts at 6 cents per square inch- Varies depending on density, complexity and time.
Please feel free to reach out to get a personalized estimate.
My minimum quilting charge is $40. This means that a small quilt or table runner's square inch price will be rounded up to the $40 minimum. Discounts apply to small projects that can be quilted together.
Machine and Rates
I carry Pellon Cotton Blend, Hobb's Cotton Blend and Quilter's Dream Cotton Blend on queen sized rolls.
I also carry most sizes of Quilter's Dream 100% cotton in both natural and white, black poly, wool, and bamboo.
Let me know what you typically prefer or if you want to try something new!
I stock Glide, So Fine, and Omni threads in a variety of solid colors as well as variegated.
There are no extra fees for thread use, it's included in your square inch price. I typically match thread color to the fabric as best as possible. Color changes are possible at an additional fee.
Binding is available! Nothing is more exciting than receiving a fully quilted and bound quilt ready to enjoy!
Binding prices start at .15 per linear inch (example: quilt top is 60"x80"- you would add all four sides (60+80+60+80=280 linear inches. Multiplied by .15=$42)
Upon completion of the quilting, I will take photos of your quilt and then text/email you those images to use however you would like. Please credit and tag me when using the photos on social media. This extra service is included in your square inch price.
Shipping your top and backing to me:
I live in New York, USA, and would be happy to receive your top and backing by mail.
Don't forget-it is possible to directly ship backing separately from a shop.
I'd recommend sending your materials enclosed in some kind of bag to protect against possible moisture along the way, and then placed in a hard-sided cardboard box. Make sure the box is securely taped and clearly labeled.
I will send your quilt back to you in the manner described above via USPS or UPS depending on prices and your preference.
Customers based in New York State are subject to applicable sales tax.