Regular Services

Description Price
Stippling (depending on size) 2 to 6 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Simple Pantograph 2 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Detailed Pantograph 3.0 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Spirograph 3.0 cents (ppsi) x size and up = cost (e.g. 1 inch = 1 cent ppsi, 3 inch = 9 cent ppsi)
In the Ditch (outlining) 3.0 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Echo Stitching 3 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Custom Detailed Quilting 3 to 6 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Large meandering 2 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost
Custom work (e.g. Heirloom/Baltimore) 3 - 6 cents (ppsi) x length x width = cost

Example: A simple pantograph on a quilt top measuring 70" x 50" would cost: 1.5 x 70 x 50 = $52.50 plus tax.

Please note: "ppsi" means price per square inch. All prices subject to tax.

Additional Services

Description Price
Basting (large stitches) $30.00 - $50.00 depending on quilt size
Binding - partial finish $2.00 per lineage foot
Binding - full finish (Hand sewn on back) $3.00 per lineage foot
Backing construction $8.00 per seam
Pressing of layers $10.00 per layer
Quilt Rotation $10.00
Thread Charge (each use and change) $10.00
Cotton Batting Available Cost Per Size
Trimming batting once quilted $10.00
Squaring Quilt $15.00

Mininum charge per piece is $25.00 plus tax

** All prices subject to change **

NO need to pre baste your quilt. Keep all parts separate (Top/batt/back).

  • All thread will be provided. I can choose a color to compliment your quilt or choose together.
  • Press quilt top and backs. When stitching you backing fabric together first trim off selvage, stitch using a ½ half inch seam allowance, backstitich start and ends of seams, and press seams open. Have all threads from top/top of quilt cleaned up-no tails.
  • Batts and backing should be at least 4 to 6 inches larger then top of quilt. { Eg. 50 x 50 top , batt and backing will be 62 x 62.} this will allow the space to finish your quilt and not run out of batting and backing. Yikes!
  • Directional quilts should be tagged with a pin and paper or a mark to indicate top of quilt. And top of back.
  • The best way to add borders to a quilt top is to measure the top in three places (down the middle and on each edge). Take the average of these measurements and cut your border pieces. Pin the border to the top in the middle and on the ends then ease in the border and continue to pin. By adding the borders in this manner, it reduces the chances of the border fabric being a different length than the center block of the quilt. IF the border lengths are different, then the extra fabric in the borders or in the center will pucker during quilting process.
  • Please take the time to check your quilt top to make sure it is square. After all the hours that go in a quilt another hour to fix a border is well worth it and will result in a flawless quilting job.
  • Quilt basting is available.
  • Occasionally batting is available – do ask.
  • You may supply your own batting, let me know. ( I do not work with very heavy fat batts.) 10 0z.

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About Stiched Art

We have over 10 years of experience and look forward to working with you to put that final touch on your masterpiece!

Quilt Drop Off Centers:

Mook Fabrics
25 South Landing Drive
Oak Bluff, MB
(204) 306 9680

Sew Inspiring
1887 Ness Ave.
Winnipeg, MB
(204) 885 3500

Marathon Threads
21 Muir Road
Winnipeg, MB
(204) 694-9116

Stitched Art Hand Guided Machine Quilting, Quilting, Woodridge, MB

Get in Touch

  • Phone:

    (204) 429 2127 or (204) 291 2575

  • Email:
  • Address:

    214 Duke and 3rd Street, Box 188
    Woodridge, MB, R0A 2N0