Quilt Treatments/ Prices
Currently Sew Nice Quilting is offering:
Minimal quilting charge is $50.00. Batting, thread, etc. are extra.
Basting - .005c per square inch
For the hand quilter, approximately 4 inches apart, and stabilized around the edges.
Binding - you provide the fabric preferably 21/2 inches wide folded in half and pressed.
Machine sewn on, you turn $1.50 running foot
Machine sewn on, and hand turned $1.75 running foot
80+80+90+90=340 ÷ 12 = 28 running ft
28 X 1.50= $42.49
Seaming Back- 10.00 per seam
Custom Quilt Design and Piecing -
I would be happy to design and piece your quilt for you. I have the latest quilt design software (EQ5) to assist in this process. Call or e-mail for pricing.
Quilting Costs ****
Are calculated based on the square inches of the quilt top and the type of quilting treatment applied. (# of square inches X Treatment price)***
1.25/ Bobbin Cotton/Poly Thread
1.75/Bobbin Specialty Thread
Consultation and Set Up Costs
10.00 -selecting pattern, thread, preparation of top, loading the top on machine, non quilting costs associated with running a business.
Estimating Quilting Costs
Measuring Your Quilt
Length X Width= square inches
Square Inches X per square inch (psi) charge = quilting charge
________X ________ =_______
Length width square inches
________ X _________ = _______***
Square inches price/ square inch quilting cost
Quilting costs + (30.00 if quilting costs are less than 30.00) + thread charge + batting costs + consultation charge = Estimated total charge
**** Remember this is an estimate and may need to be adjusted. Prices are subject to change.
Getting Your QUILT TO the quilter
Call (815) 338-5183 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an appointment or Drop quilts at:
-- Or --
and complete the Quilt Order Form.
Preparing your Quilt for Quilting
Top should be pressed and all loose threads trimmed. Please be aware that fullness and puckers that have been pieced in cannot be quilted out. They will be eased in as well as they can be.
Backing should be squared and at least 8 inches longer and wider than the quilt top. Example: a 45X67 quilt should be presented with at least a 53x75 backing.
Batting should be the same size as the quilt backing. You can provide your own batting or batting is available from the quilter at additional costs.
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