Edge to edge and stipple - 1.75 CENTS per square inch.
A quilt that measures 60 inches long and 60 inches wide is 3600 square inches which would cost $54.
Block Work - 2.5 CENTS per square inch.
A 60 x 60 inch quilt at this price would cost $90.
Batting and Backing are not included. Please be aware that the Longarm is a machine, sometimes they break down and although it is rare, rips and tears can happen. It is always a good idea to hold on to any scrap fabrics in case a repair needs to be made. If the machine is going go be down for a while, we will call and notify you of any delays.
Preparing your Quilt
Make sure your quilt lays flat. Quilting will not hide a wavy quilt and will only add puckers. The most common case of this is wavy borders.
Double check for holes. We have gotten a lot of quilts with unraveled seams and holes in them over the years. Similarly, super bulky seams can be a problem too as bulky seams and holes can catch the machine and cause a tear.
Batting and Backing should have 6 inches of extra space all the way around your quilt. If your quilt is 60 inches, the backing and batting should be 72 inches. This is so that as the quilt is rolled onto the machine we don't get to the end and find that the backing or batting is too short. There is a little bit of stretching that goes on as the machine is designed to keep the fabric pulled taught in order to avoid folds and puckers.