You must read this FAQ before your order can be submitted
Things to keep in mind when having your quilt-top quilted on a long arm
Backing and batting need to be a total of 8" wider and longer than the size of your quilt top. (For example, if your quilt measures 80" wide and 90" long, your batting and backing will both need to measure at least 88" wide by 98" long. This gives 4" extra on all four sides, which is necessary to load the quilt on to the long arm machine.)
Leave all three layers of your quilt (quilt top, batting and backing) loose:
do not baste or pin the three layers together!
To save you postage you are welcome to ship just the quilt top and backing to us and purchase batting from the shop.
If your quilt top or quilt backing are directional, please leave us a note indicating how you would like your quilt to be oriented. If possible, please press your backing seam(s) open so they lay flat.
Should any problems arise during the quilting of your quilt (i.e., if your quilt is not square or there is distortion in your borders) we will contact you and decide together how to best proceed.
When we ship your quilt back to you we will do our best to ship it back to you in a large Flat Rate Priority Box. However King and some Queen size quilts will not ship in this size box and will be wrapped and shipped first class. All Quilts will have Delivery Confirmation (when available) included in the return shipping price. If you desire additional insurance, let us know and we will be happy to get you a price quote.