Pantographs or Edge to Edge Quilting
Long Arm Machine Quilting using a Handi Quilter Fusion can help you complete your projects quickly and beautifully.
The process for long arm quilting allows the back fabric, batting, the quilt top be attached to rollers and a large industrial size sewing machine is moved over the three layers in a design to sandwich the three layers together and make the quilt. The thread color and quilting pattern is up to you, it is your quilt to design but I’m here to help you decide. If you are new to quilting and you don’t understand how to finish your quilt please come by for a demonstration.
There is no pinning or basting. Bring all three layers separately with the batting and backing 3-4 inches larger then the top.
Above photos are the before and after of the same quilt. A old family quilt that was tied with yarn and coming apart at the edges was given new borders, backing and quilting added to give a family quilt a longer life.
A flat rate system based on the size by total square inches (height x width); tax added on charge card payments:
under 2000 sq inch (baby): $45
3500 sq inch (kid): $70
5000 sq inch (throw): $105
7000 sq inch (twin): $140
9000 sq inch (full): $175
11,000 sq inch (queen/king): $205
Quilts are currently being finished within two weeks from drop off but will always depend on the number of back orders. Please contact me and allow me to help you finish your project. Batting and binding can be provided for additional cost.
My quilting studio was created to assist beginners and other quilters. Unfinished projects can be stressful, weighing on you to complete. I can offer design assistance or complete your project for you. No project is to small – and nothing is off limits to ask about. I’m upfront and honest, if I don’t have the knowledge or capability to assist, I will tell you.
Working with someone on a project can keep it moving and save time so it gets done and doesn’t stay on your to do list. Please contact us to assist you complete your quilt.
Unfinished project pricing will vary depending on size, type of fabric and how much fabric is added to the project; prices start at $50.