Longarm Quilting Services
At Walker Quilt Company, we offer a wide variety of computerized designs for quick edge-to-edge quilting and semi-custom work. Let us help you finish your beautiful quilts! Drop off in person, or by mail.
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Edge to Edge Quilting
Edge to edge quilting is a great option if you're looking for a quick turnaround and affordable price. A design of your choice will be repeated across the whole quilt, for a clean, uniform look. Great for utility quilts that will be washed and well-loved for years to come! See some of our design options on our gallery page.
Price: $0.015 - $0.03 per square inch depending on design density
Turn Around Time: Approximately 1 - 2 weeks
Semi-custom or “light custom” quilting is a good choice for those who want more a bit more detail on their quilts. This option would include a central edge-to-edge pattern of your choice, with separate designs in the borders & sashing, or other computerized block designs repeated across the quilt. Little or no stitch-in-the-ditch is included in this range. See examples on our gallery page.
Price: $0.03 - $0.05 per square inch
Turn Around Time: Approximately 3-4 weeks
How much will your quilt cost? Use our calculator below for a quick estimate of our quilting services. We also have a thread charge of $2.50 per bobbin, which usually comes out to about $5-$10 per quilt. Our minimum charge is $45.
Want to send us your quilt? We offer shipping service! Just send us your lovely quilt & backing, we’ll quilt it with the design & thread of your choice, trim it up and get it on its way back home. Here’s how to get your quilt ready for quilting:
Backing should be 6” larger than your quilt top on all four sides (ex. if your quilt is 60” X 80”, we need your backing to be 72” x 92”)
All layers should be separate (quilt top, batting, and backing) - they have to be loaded individually, so please don’t baste
Quilt top & backing should be pressed well so seams are nice & flat
Please trim the extra threads away from the back of your quilt - especially dark threads behind light fabrics
If your quilt has borders, measure through the center of your quilt, then cut borders to that exact measurement. (If you haven’t done it that way before, click here for a great tutorial!) If borders are sewn on and then trimmed to fit, they won’t lay flat on the longarm, and this can result in puckering and pleats.
We offer several different types of Hobbs batting options, or you’re welcome to send your own. Just make sure it’s a good, quilt shop quality batting - feel free to check with us prior to sending if you’re unsure. Click the title to learn more about each of the battings we carry:
Once you’ve got your quilt prepped and ready to go, just click the button below to complete our intake form - here you can make all your selections and let us know exactly what you want! When your quilt arrives, we’ll send an email to let you know it’s here safe & sound, and discuss designs as well as any other questions we may have. We’ll get the quilting done, trim up your quilt and send pictures of the finished product. At this time, we’ll also email an invoice, which you can pay online with your credit card or bank account, or you can call our studio to pay by card via phone if preferred. Once your invoice is paid, we’ll get your quilt in the mail and send you the tracking info. That’s it, easy peasy! You’ll be snuggled up in that beautiful quilt in no time! Click below to get started:
Have a few questions before you send your quilt? Just send us an email to email@example.com and we’ll get right back to you!