Build your own quilt estimate here!
The first thing you will need to do is take measurements of your quilt top. All you need is the length and width.
Enter the numbers in the boxes below:
This is the number of square inches of the quilt top: 0 in
Once you have estimated your quilt prices, you may want to print this page for your records.
Next, you will need to choose a style of quilting that you will enjoy. You may want to read this article to help you choose a quilting style.
Look at the samples below, and you will see a price estimate for your quilt along with the sample.
Quilt Style 1
This is an over-all design, extending from top to bottom and side to side.
Quilt Style 2
This style has the same pattern thoughout the center section, but different border treatments. You can have as many border styles as you would like!
Quilt Style 3
Each block has a separate design, and the border areas feature a coordinating style to the blocks.
Quilt Style 4
If your quilt features applique or embroidery, you may want to have small stippling surrounding the areas to highlight your work. Also, if your borders are "piano key", you may want a special design in each key.
Quilt Style 5
This style of quilting combines lots of stitch in the ditch, cross-hatching, outlining, and even hand-stitching!
Quilt Style 6
Wholecloth quilts are beautiful, and require very little work for you to prepare! Let the designs be the highlight on a beautiful sateen or suede!
The last step in finishing a quilt is to add the binding. If this is a step that you don't enjoy, let us handle it for you! The first thing you need to know is how long your binding needs to be. We have added eight inches to this calculation to allow for overlapping the ends to finish the final miter.
Choose from the two binding methods below:
Method one involves sending along your binding cut to size, folded, and starched. We will sew in on to the entire front of the quilt, trim away all excess batting and backing fabric, and create your corner miters for you. You can enjoy stitching the binding to the back of the quilt.
Method two involves including sufficient fabric for us to create the binding for you. We do all of the cutting, piecing, ironing, starching, attaching ---- and even the hand stitches on the back! Your quilt is complete when it is returned to you!