Longarm Quilting

… because it’s not a quilt until it’s quilted!

This is it for all your UFOs you’ve been hiding in your closets. You could be holding your finished quilts in your hands pretty soon.

Bring or send your tops (with or without batting/backing) and I will quilt them on my HandiQUilter Infinity longarm quilting machine according to your wishes.
Simple or elaborately quilted, traditionally or modern – each top is quilted individually!

I am using high-quality solid and variegated threads of renowned manufacturers as your work only deserves the best quality.

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Costs for Longarm Quilting Service

The costs for getting a top quilted are calculated according to the following pricing structure:

Item Explanation Price
Quilting All-over pattern, pantograph from € 45.00 per sq. m
Custom quilting in concordance with the top’s design from € 50.00 per sq. m
Mounting (depending on the size of the quilt) € 15.00 to € 30.00 per quilt
Thread (according to amount used) € 15.00 to € 30.00 per quilt
Batting 100% polyester, 100% cotton, 100% wool, 100% silk, different widths available upon request
Backing 100% cotton, different colors/widths (150 cm, 280 cm) available upon request
Extras e.g. washing, ironing, piecing the back, squaring the top, etc. € 10.00 each per quilt

Shipping fees will be charged extra.

Preparing Your Quilt Top

In order to avoid any extra items that will be charged separately, you should observe the following hints:

Quilt Top

  • Avoid pressing open the seam allowances.
  • Check all seams that they are sewn properly.
  • Remove all loose threads on the front and the back of the top.
  • Make sure the top is squared and ironed properly.
  • Straight-stich around the top less than 1/4″ to prevent the edges from fraying.
  • Cutt off any salvages.

Batting

  • The batting has to be at least 4″ larger than the quilt top on all sides.
  • Make sure the batting is square.

Backing

  • The backing has to be at least 4″ larger than the quilt top on all sides.
  • When piecing the back, make sure you do not press open the seam allowances.
  • Check all seams that they are sewn properly.
  • Remove all loose threads.
  • Make sure the backing is squared and ironed properly.
  • Straight-stich around the top less than 1/4″ to prevent the edges from fraying.

Contact me to discuss your quilt top. I would like to get to know you and your projects!