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Our pricing is based on square yards
Edge to Edge
All over edge-to-edge patterns include simple meanders, feathers, swirls, butterflies, and many more! The following pricing depends on the density or detail of the pattern you select.
Trimmed Edge to Edge
We trim the quilt pattern so it does not stitch over any embroidery, appliques, pictures or other parts of quilt top. The rate depends on the number of items that need to be trimmed. This charge is in addition to the E2E quilt charge.
Minimum Quilting Fee
Our minimum quilting fee is $49 for quilting service only. Thread, batting and other services are additional. For quilts less than 2 Sq Yds in size.
If your quilt requires additional preparation upon its arrival, the following charges may apply. You will be notified via phone or email before work is done.
Custom Quilting - by Appointment ONLY Please call 715.262.2032 to schedule.
Crib / Throw $7
Twin / Full $8
Additional Thread Colors
If 2 or more thread colors are desired, there is an additional charge of $10/color.
• $4.00/Sq Yd - 100% Cotton
• $4.00/Sq Yd - 80/20 Cotton Poly
You may also provide your own batting - it must be 6" larger than the quilt top length & width
Customer prepared binding. We are happy to attach and finish your binding:
RUSH REQUESTS - $45
We strive to keep our leadtime to 3-4 weeks. If you need your quilt by a date within 1-2 weeks, then the $45 fee is applied.
Proper Preparation will save us time and you money. By following the preparation steps below, you can avoid time delays and add-on charges.
1. Press your quilt top and backing thoroughly.
2. Place a safety pin at the top of both the quilt and backing fabric.
3. If you pre-wash your fabrics, pre-wash all of them.
4. Clip all loose threads from the back and front of the quilt top.
5. Square up backing fabric. (See Backing Preparation)
6. Size your backing a minimum of 6" longer & wider than your quilt top.
7. Do not baste, pin, or tack your quilt together. Simply fold each piece.
8. Be sure to remove all salvages when seaming your backing.
9. Be aware that fullness and puckers, which have been pieced in, cannot be quilted out.
If wide back is used, please press thoroughly ... wide backs tend to have creases in them.
If piecing the back, place the seam horizontally vs. vertically (unless fabric is directional). Vertical seams can cause tension issues.
Remove salvage edges on both pieces to be seamed - use 1/2" seam and press open.
Please make sure backing is square.
**Example applies vertically as well
The same applies to "pieced backing", if using large pieces of fabric to create backing, please make sure to square up and make it 6" longer and wider than quilt top.