Meet Loraine and Holly, our longarm specialists! Their quilting is truly a work of art!

Our longarm quilters are incredible!

Are you looking for a simple overall quilting pattern? Or are you looking for custom quilting options for that special quilt?

Let the Girlfriends help you take it to the finish line
with our longarm quilting services!

CHECK OUT SOME OF THEIR WORK!

Would you like to send your quilt to be quilted?
Give us a call at (435) 213-3229!

FAQS

What is the price?

.02¢/sq. in: Overall freehand designs (no border designs).

.025¢/sq. in: Overall freehand designs, small inner border, and outer border.

.03¢/sq. in: More detailed quilting designs in individual blocks with some overall designs.

.04¢/sq. in: More extensive details in individual blocks; echo quilting; and (2) detailed borders.

.05¢/sq. in: Very detailed quilting in multiple areas of the quilt and borders.

Custom: $32 per hour - Quilter will contact you for a consult.

Example: Your quilt is 60" x 70" and you would like an all-over quilting design (.02¢/sq. in).
60 x 70 x .02 = $84.00 (price of the quilting only)

What are my options for batting?

• 80/20 (80% cotton and 20% polyester - 96” wide): $9.99/yd

• 80/20 (80% cotton and 20% polyester - 120” wide): $11.50/yd

• 100% Cotton Bleached with Scrim (Natural fiber - 96” wide): $12.00/yd

• Bamboo (50% bamboo and 50% organic cotton - 96” wide): $15.99/yd

• Wool (Made from a blend of animal fibers - 120” wide): $19.00/yd

Or you can send in your own batting!

What do I need to provide?

Please send us the quilt top, batting (if providing your own), and backing.

The quilt back must be 6-8 inches wider and longer than the quilt top.
(Ex: If the quilt top is 60” x 70”, the quilt back needs to be at least 66” x 76”.)

How big of a quilt can be quilted?

Our machines can handle any length and up to 108” in width.

What is the best way to ship my quilt to you?

Protect your projects by sending them in a waterproof bag to avoid any damage. Include extra packaging material to avoid any breaks/tears. We recommend paying for insurance on your packages with the postal service.

What happens after my quilt is finished?

Once your quilt is done, our team will be in touch with you to give you a final price for the quilting and shipping charges.

At that time you can decide how much you would like to insure the quilt for (optional).