I believe quilting is a form of art and my purpose is to partner with you to enhance creation of the beautiful artwork you have already begun and inspire you to do more.
Edge to edge quilting: The price varies from 1.5 cents to 2.5 cents per square inch. There is a large selection of pantograph designs. Some quilts, because of their unique construction require a more custom or personal approach and thus cost more.
Custom quilting: $0.02 - $0.05 per square inch. Sample prices at $0.02 psi: Twin (60” x 96”) $116; Full (75” x 96”) $144; Queen (80” x 100”) $160; King (100” x 100”) $200
Edge to Edge 1.5 cents per sq. inch.Edge to Edge patterns cover the quilt top from edge to edge and are not stitched in relation to any visual shapes or patterns that were created in the piecing of the quilt top. Some edge to edge methods are: Meandering and stippling, swirls and loops. A pantograph is a pattern that goes from one edge of the quilt to the other without breaks. It is a design that is applied in separate or interlocking rows from left to right; top to bottom. It is a very nice alternative to simple meandering and adds interest to the quilt without detracting from your piecework. My Intelliquilter has an extensive library but if I don’t have what you are looking for I can download just the right design from the internet.
Custom Quilting (Price range is from 2.0 cents psi – 4.0 cents psi) We always work together to create a quilt that is lovely and affordable.
Turning Quilt for Border Quilting: $15.00
This fee refers to quilting a separate pattern around the borders of the quilt. Since borders are quilted from left to right - this would involve removing he quilt from the machine, rotating it 90 degrees and then re-installing it on the machine to quilt the remaining two borders.
Binding is calculated in linear inches. To determine the cost of binding: Measure the length and width, add these two together and multiply by 2. This will give you your binding length in linear inches. Machine stitched to front, trimmed, and hand stitched to back with mitered corners to finish.
My charge is $2 per linear foot. If you have your binding material measured, cut and pressed in half the cost is $1/lf.
Florida Sales Tax: 6.5%
Batting: There are a number of types and brands of batting on the market, however, after using Quilter’s Dream, which comes in cotton, poly and puff, I now prefer it hands down. If you have another batting which you prefer I'm open to most others.