Machine quilting Services

We offer edge to edge computerized quilting and batting to make your quilt look beautiful! If you have a quilt top that is ready for quilting, please fill out our quilt services form to hold your spot in line and we'll contact you when we are ready for you to bring your quilt in to the studio. Our turn around time is usually about 6 weeks for regular quilt service, but can fluctuate according to demand.

Quilt Service Policies

  • Quilts are quilted in the order they are received. 

  • We will not take quilts that are not ready to be quilted, unless you have arranged with us to finish them beforehand.

  • An attempt is made to have the quilt finished by the date you request, but it is not guaranteed. 

  • Rush Orders: A 50% surcharge is applied to any order where the quilt is requested to be finished  by 14 business days (no earlier), 21 days for quilting and binding. We will make every attempt to reach your deadline, however we cannot make guarantees.


Edge to Edge Computerized: 

$0.02 - $0.03/sq inch, minimum $40. 

One pattern, one thread color stitched over the entire quilt done by the computer. Price dependent on the pattern price allocation and includes burying quilting threads. Quilts with a width of greater than 90 inches may incur an additional fee due to an increase in time and thread to complete a quilt that large. 


$40, $55, or $75 flat fee depending quilt size

For those quilts that you plan on hand stitching or quilting yourself we can baste the quilt layers for you. Stitched at 5 stitches per inch along lines 3 inches apart. (Not a grid).

Machine Binding: Trimming of quilt included. We do not accept pre-made bindings.

  • $0.15/linear inch machine stitched front only

  • $0.30/linear inch machine stitched front and back

Hand Binding: Trimming of quilt included. We do not accept pre-made bindings.

$0.60/linear inch machine stitched front and hand stitched to the back. 

Our Binding Prep Method: 

We prepare binding on straight of grain and cut strips 2 1/2 inches wide. Binding length is perimeter of quilt plus 20 inches.. For example, if your quilt is 60 inches square then your binding needs to be 260 inches long. We then fold & press binding in half along the length of the binding with right side out. Additional cost may incur if quilt is made with puffy batting or with an alternative material than quilting cottons.

Additional Flat Fee Services: 

  • Quilt trim (no binding): $10

  • Quilt back enlargement: $40

  • Centering a quilt top to the back: $20

Additional Services: $40/hour

  • Ironing quilt top and/ or back

  • Taking apart a previously basted quilt  

  • Repairing or fixing quilt top

  • Making single fold bias grain binding

Batting We Carry:

  • Winline 80/20 Cotton / Poly Blend

  • Winline 100% Cotton

  • Quilter's Dream Wool  

  • Quilter’s Dream Orient (Silk/Bamboo/Tencel Blend) 

Quilt Preparation Guidelines


To ensure the best outcome for your quilt, please follow these guidelines. 


  • Check that your quilt is ready for quilting. Double check that there are no pins. Make sure all seams are secure and clip threads that you don’t want to show through the top. Press quilt top flat and fold with the seams inside. 

  • The back needs to be at least 6 inches larger than the top. So if your quilt top is 30 x 40, then your back should be minimally 36 x 46. The back should be flat, pressed and clipped (if pieced) like the front. 

  • Batting also needs to be 6 inches larger than the top. It can be purchased at the studio or you can provide your own. 

  • Quilts with puckers, bubbles and wavy borders cannot be quilted flat. To some extent these can be mitigated with quilting, but know that a wavy border will remain wavy. Or a bubble in the middle of the quilt, will remain there to some degree. If you want help making a quilt top lay flatter, we can help troubleshoot with you the best method to do so at an additional cost. 

  •  If your top or back is pieced to the edge, it is extremely helpful if you top stitch 1/8 - 1/4 inch from the edge in the pieced section to prevent the seams from pulling apart when on the frame.