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Materials Used,
Information & Pricing

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Thread 

By default, we'll use Omni by Superior Threads unless otherwise specified. See below chart for pricing information.

King Tut

With beautiful, rich colors, both solid and variegated, King tut is fashioned from Egyptian-grown cotton. Since this thread will be special ordered to match your quilt, your time may be extended.

Cost:

$.06 per square inch

Fantastico

Strong and durable, Fantastico is a polyester thread with bold variegated colors designed to stand out. Since this thread will be special ordered to match your quilt, your wait time may be extended.

Cost:

$.04 per square inch

Omni

Omni is a strong and durable 40 wt. polyester thread that comes in a wide range of colors, and is a great supporting element to frame your quilted creation.

Cost:

$.03 per square inch

Batting 

In order to ensure that your quilt can be loaded on the longarm machine correctly, you'll need to make sure your batting is at least 8" wider and longer than your finished quilt top; in other words, the batting should be at least 4" bigger than your quilt top on all sides.

Provide Your Own

In order to ensure that your quilt can be loaded on the longarm machine correctly, you’ll need to ensure that the backing is at least 8” wider and longer than your finished quilt top; in other words, your backing should be at least 4” wider than your quilt top on all sides. 

Warm & Natural

A soft, natural cotton batting that has not been bleached. This batting is sturdy and will stand up to repeated washings without breaking down. Be sure to wash your quilt in cold water to reduce shrinkage. 

Cost:

$11 a seam

Backing

As with the batting, bacing fabric should be 8" wider and longer than your finished quilt top to ensure proper loading on the longarm machine; in other words, the backing should be at least 4" bigger than your quilt top on all sides.

Provide Your Own

Pre-pieced

In order to ensure that your quilt can be loaded on the longarm machine correctly, you’ll need to ensure that the backing is at least 8” wider and longer than your finished quilt top; in other words, your backing should be at least 4” wider than your quilt top on all sides. Please be sure to use a ½” seam allowance on the backing.

Provide Your Own Pieced by us

If you're not able to piece your backing, we can do that for you! Provide the backing material (allowing for a 1/2" seam) and we'll do the sewing.

Cost:

$10 a seam

Provided by Us

We'll work with you to select a backing fabric that compliments you're quilt top.

Cost:

Determined by selected fabric and any piecing required.

Binding

The final step in completing your quilt. Some may find this a great opportunity to catch up on an audiobook or a favorite TV series. Others - not so much! If you'd like us to bind your quilt, see the below table for more information.

How much fabric will I need?

(2 * Quilt Width) + (2 * Quilt Height) + 10 inches = the length of 2.5" binding fabric neede

Provide Your Own Binding Fabric

We’ll need enough fabric to create a 2” strip that is 6” longer than the perimeter of your quilt.

Cost: 

Binding Prep: $15

Binding: $.03 per linear inch

Provided by Us  Machine Stitched

We'll work with you to select a backing fabric that compliments your quilt top.

Cost of fabric in addition to the above preparation and binding fees

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