Longarm Quilting Service
All work is done on a Gammill Statler Stitcher. The designs used are digital, which allows me to adjust the design to your quilt and preferences.
We offer over 300 Edge to Edge designs by Anne Bright to choose from – click here to see more options, all the designs are priced the same.
We use Superior King Tut Threads.
As a complementary service, once the quilt is finished, we trim the quilt and return all trimmings to you. Touch up pressing of the quilt top and backing will be done before the longarm work commences at no charge Available batting includes 100% Cotton, 80/20, Polyester, "Flame Retardant Batting" for children's quilts. All our batting is high quality batting from Quilters Dream, Hobbs, & Legacy.
Our pricing is simple and straight forward with no extras. We do not charge for thread, pattern service, touch up pressing, additional bobbins, trimming, and we do not require you to buy the batting from us like some other providers do.
We offer 2 price points for Edge to Edge design work. With batting the charge is $0.02 per square inch, and without batting the charge is $0.0165 per square inch.
The following tables are estimated prices for Edge to Edge design work. These are estimates based on standard quilt sizes, however, your quilt may differ in size and be priced according to its actual size.
Quilt Backing Preparation: The quilt backing should be at least 4" larger on all sides, be square and pressed.
Custom work is available and will be quoted based upon the size of the quilt and the amount of custom work required.
When you are ready to send your quilt to us, please print out the Order Form. Fill the form out with your selections of quilt design, thread color, batting and any other instructions you may have.
Please call 518-300-0453 or email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any special concerns or needs.
Village Comforts | 79 Crestwood Drive | Danville, NH 03819
Phone: 518-300-0453 or 603-303-4635 or email
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