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We understand that your heart, soul, and time go into finishing a quilt top. Our goal is to complete your quilt with beautiful quilting, and a little of our own heart and soul.

Long Arm Quilting Services:


Pricing is based on the size of your quilt. We charge by the square inch, with a minimum charge of $40.00.

To figure a rough estimate of the cost of quilting your top, multiply the length of your quilt by the width of your quilt. This will give you the total square inches of your quilt. Then multiply the total square inches by the price per inch by .02.

For example, a quilt that measures 60 x 72 = 4,320 square inches. 4,320 square inches x .02 cents per inch = $86.40.

I offer Simple Edge to Edge Quilting – this is one simple pattern over your entire quilt with one thread color. We charge 2 cents per square inch for this service

These prices do not include batting or other services.


We offer quality 80% cotton/20% polyester batting or you may provide your own. The price per yard for our batting is $10 per yard. If you provide your own batting, please make sure it is at least 6-8 inches larger than your quilt top.


Your backing fabric needs to be at least 6 inches larger than your quilt top.  In other words, there need to be at least 3 extra inches on each side. If you do not have any backing fabric, we can help you select some. We prefer that you seam the backing yourself.  If your backing fabric requires us to seam it, there is a minimum $10 charge for that. If multiple seams are required, there will be an additional $5 charge per seam.


If you'd like us to bind your quilt, we offer machine binding only.  You provide the binding fabric, we will trim your quilt, make the binding, and machine sew it on the back with mitered corners. We will attach the binding to the front of the quilt with a decorative stitch. The charge for this service $30 for quilts up to queen size, and $50 for queen and king size quilts.

Preparing Your Quilt

To assure a quality finished product and minimize your cost, please follow these basic guidelines:

  1. Your top must be clean.
  2. Press your top well making sure all seams are pressed flat to prevent puckering.
  3. Trim and remove threads.
  4. Remove pins and basting threads.
  5. Square-up and trim your quilt to its final size. It should measure the same amount in three places in both directions.
  6. Measure and press the backing fabric. It should measure at least 6 inches larger than your top, or at least 3 extra inches on each of the 4 sides of the quilt top.  Trim the edges even if you piece it.
  7. If possible, serge or zig-zag the edges of your top so that the seams don't come apart.  (This is not required, but is a great help!)

Click on the words Order Form below to print an order form that you can complete and bring in with your quilt if you wish.
Order Form