Longarm Quilting Services

I love making quilts, and the quilting is by far, my favorite part of the process. I’ve always said that ‘the pieceing’ is just something that I had to do inorder to get to the “fun” part. The quilting! Which is why I'm sew excited to announce that I'm now offering longarm quilting services.

When you bring your quilt to me, I treat it just like I would one of my own, with love. All quilts are done
on my 26” Gammill Statler Stitcher. She sits on a 14’ frame so I can accommodate any size quilt.
I have over 800 patterns so you can choose the perfect design to enhance your quilt while meeting your budget. Pick your own thread color too! You can choose the just the right shade to coordinate with your quilt.

If you don’t see a pattern that you like, or you want one that uniquely matches your quilt, then I can
custom digitize one for you. ($25 additional fee for custom digitizing)

Click HERE to see more photos of my quilting!

Kat and her Gammill
(all pricing is per square inch, unless otherwise noted)

*All over stippling is .014 cents.

*Edge to edge designs start at .016 cents (Denser patterns cost more. All patterns have
the prices listed so you will know how much the pattern will cost when you pick it out).

*Edge to Edge designs with borders start at .020 cents.

*Custom quilting starts at .035 cents. (multiple blocks or pattern pieces)

*Thread charges:
Regular thread - $7.00 per quilt.
Varigated thread - $10.00 per quilt.
Multiple thread colors - $2.00 charge
per color change.

*Batting - Hobbs 80/20. The price is $10.00 per yard.

How to calculate pricing. If your quilt top is 60X60 and the design is .014 cents then:
60 X 60 X .014 = $50.40
longarm quilting
Other Services

*Embroidered quilt label - $15.00. Choose from 6 different quilt labels, personalized with your gift recpients name and your name. Also includes the date or year if you want.
(You provide the label fabric so that it matches your quilt, I’ll embroider the label. You sew it on after the quilting where ever you want it to go.)

*Pressing - $10 per quilt top/back

*Binding - .25 cents per inch. You provide the binding and I’ll stitch it on by machine to the front of the quilt.

*Basting Service - .005 cents per inch. Do you want to quilt it yourself, but hate the basting process? No problem. I’ll machine baste your quilt for you, with rows of stitches that are approx. 4” apart.
Tips for Preparing Your Quilt

*Press your quilt top and backing.

*Clip all loose threads.

*Make sure that the quilt back is at least 4 inches longer on EACH side.

Example: if your quilt is 50X70 then your back should be 58X78
(add 8 inches to the width and the length)

*Remove all pins and needles.

*3D embellishments such as sequins, beads and crystals should be added after the quilting.

Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting
Longarm Quilting

1 comment:

  1. WOW! Kat, you have got such mad talent and skills! I absolutely LOVE your work! I proudly refer you to my friends.


About Me

My photo
Welcome to Calico Cali Designs! I’m Kat, digitizer and sewing enthusiast. I learned how to digitize in 2010 from master digitizer Walter Floriani…it was an amazing experience. Soon instead of spending my time sewing, quilting and stitching out other people’s embroidery designs, I was sewing, quilting and stitching out my own embroidery designs. I created this blog, not only as a place to share my embroidery designs, but also as a place to share all the things I make, sew, paint, embroider, and create. You’ll see posts about my life, my studio, patterns I’ve sewn and products I’ve tested. I hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I’ve enjoyed creating them. Follow me on twitter www.twitter.com/calicocalidsgns . Hugs!! – Kat