How to Calculate Quilting Cost:

Multiply:  (length of quilt in inches) x (width of quilt in inches) x (cost per sq. inch)

Example:  A 54" x 72" lap quilt with a 2.5 cent/sq. inch pantograph

                   = 54 x 72 x $.025 = $97.20 + applicable tax

Other Services Available

Piece Backing:  You provide the backing fabric and I make the backing.  $10 for baby or lap size and $25 for Queen or King.

Binding:  Make and apply binding from fabric you provide (hand stitched on back)-- $.25 per inch.

Apply binding that you provided and hand stitch to back-- $.15 per inch.

Hello fellow quilter!

I've been longarm quilting for over 12 years now--sometimes for customers, other times just for myself. My preference is definitely quilting affordable pantographs for budget-conscious piecers.  My APQS longarm machine is hand-guided and the pantos in my library are ones that I feel provide lovely texture, without being too "thready" or causing your quilt top to become "stiff."  

You can see my available pantos HERE....  Some examples of my quilting are in the slideshow below.

Pricing varies between $.02 and $.025 per square inch.  The cost depends on the density of the pantograph--prices are given in the panto list.  Light custom quilting starts at $.035 per square inch.  The cost of thread is already included in the pricing.

There is a $40 minimum charge.  Smaller jobs are always welcome!