We want to keep our customers and employees safe during the Covid19 pandemic. We are offering "at the door" drop off for your quilts to maintain no physical contact. Please call us at 801-503-7012 for details. Please stay healthy. We are praying for you and our nation at this time.
We have a very short turn around time and a huge variety of quilting designs. We typically get your quilts done in 2 weeks or less. We have selected some of our favorite designs that we call our "Fabulous Favorites". These are charged our standard rate. We also have over 15,000 other patterns to choose from for only 1/4 of a penny more per square inch, so whatever style you are looking for...we have it!
By using the finest INNOVA longarm machines & highest quality thread and batting, we are able to produce the highest quality results.
The price for these services is:
$.015 per square inch for quilts that are 7001" and over
$.0175 per square inch for quilts that are 2300"-7000"
Our minimum charge is $40.00
All other designs:
$.0175 per square inch for quilts that are 7001" and over
$.02 per square inch for quilts that are 2300"-7000"
Our minimum charge is $45.00
To figure your total quilting expense:
length x width x $ rate = quilting fee
Patterns can be chosen from a number of different sources. At Quilts on the Corner we can quilt any Edge to Edge type pattern you find. We are always happy to make recommendations too!
We carry various batting choices. Batting is an additional charge depending on type of batting chosen.
Binding can be applied for $.15 per linear inch. We provide services for a machine finished binding. Ask to see samples of finished binding.
We take extra precautions to ensure your quilt is done well. If a job is worth doing...it is worth doing well. You may find cheaper quilting, but you won't find better quilting.
- We do not use huge designs to speed up our production.
- We load each quilt carefully to distribute fullness and maintain square corners
- We offer you a choice of top quality threads...we do not use the cheapest (and often weakest) threads.