How Does My Pricing Work?

Price Per Inch

My price for quilting is 2 cents per square inch for most patterns. 

For example: A quilt top is 60 inches x 80 inches. 60 x 80 = 4800 x .02 = $96

If you choose a particularly dense pantograph, I may charge slightly more to cover the extra time and thread it takes to complete your quilt to your specifications. Any additional charge will be discussed in advance of you committing to my services.  There is a  minimum charge of $40 for smaller items.  This takes into consideration the time it takes me to load items onto the machine, arrange patterns and stitch them out.

All prices are in Canadian dollars and subject to provincial tax. Send me your email so I can keep you up to date on upcoming promotions.


I use Glide thread exclusively.  There is no additional charge for thread.  If there is a particular colour of thread that you have your heart set on, and I don’t currently carry it, I would consider cost sharing with you.  I have a good selection of neutral threads, which I prefer.  I also have a small variety of coloured thread. 


We will work together to choose a thread that will best compliment your quilt top.


I use Hobb’s batting, 80% cotton and 20% polyester.  It is a good quality batting that provides great results.  I have batting available for $0.37 per linear inch.  I do have access to other battings, so if there is something that you are looking for just let me know.  There are many materials and weights to choose from and pricing varies for each. 

Other Charges

If your quilt top or backing are not ironed, squared, or need some kind of adjustment, there may be an additional fee involved. I do require your backing fabric to be 8 inches longer and wider than your quilt top.  If you are mailing your quilt top and backing to me for service, shipping is an additional fee, and I can provide estimates upon request. 


I will send you an invoice and photographs when I have completed your quilt.  As soon as I receive your prompt payment, we can arrange a time for you to pick up your completed quilt. If you are a "mail in" client, your completed quilt will be mailed back to you promptly, once payment has been received.