|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.
|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|
|Thread Charge (each use and change)||$10.00|
|Cotton Batting Available||Cost Per Size|
|Trimming batting once quilted||$10.00|
Mininum charge per piece is $25.00 plus tax
** All prices subject to change **
All thread supplied. I will choose a colour to compliment your quilt or you may state your own preference.
- Press quilt top and backing. Have all seams pressed and square up quilt and edges.
- Clip all loose threads from top and backing. (Loose threads can cause snags and threads show through on lighter fabrics.)
- Make sure all selvages have been removed from top and backing.
- Use a half inch seam allowance for seamed backing and press seam open.
- Backing and batting should be at least 6 inches longer than the top on all 4 sides.
- Do not baste your quilt. Don't even pin baste your quilt. All layers must be separate.
- Identify the top and bottom of your quilt top and backing. Use a tag applied with a pin for identification. This is especially important if your quilt is directional.
- I will do my best to blend tucks, puckers and stretched areas.
- For batting, I prefer cotton , cotton blends, some polyesters..
- Will it be okay to quilt on your applique or embroidery?
- All stitching is done on a Gammill stitch-regulated long-arm machine.
- Basting is available for hand quilting; not required if machine quilted.
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