Congratulations on completing your beautiful quilt top! Enjoy the ease of having your project finished on a state-of-the-art computerized Innova longarm quilting machine here at the Fiber Alchemist. Elevate your project with regulated stitching, precision tension, computerized accuracy, and improved durability for a quilt that will last for years to come.
We would love to be a part of your quilt’s journey from start to finish.
EDGE TO EDGE
o A 60X78 quilt top would cost $93.60
If you are providing your own backing along with your quilt top, please make sure it is at least four inches larger than your quilt top on all sides. If you are using standard fabric (43-45”) wide instead of 108” backing fabric, you will need to sew your backing fabric together.
When we return a quilt to you, we will leave the excess fabric on the edges.
Current turnaround time for longarm services: ~2 weeks
At this time we do not offer binding services.
Our longarm quilting machine is operated by humans and they can (very rarely) make mistakes. Please know that our machine quilting experts do their best to make sure you quilt turns out beautifully.
There may be times that the result is not what you had in mind, but we cannot be held responsible for expectations that have not been communicated clearly.
There are rare occasions when the quilting machine malfunctions and can damage a quilt. We will contact you immediately if there is a problem and do our best to make it right.
We appreciate your understanding.
Please contact us at 260-200-1476 or stop in at 442 N Jefferson Street, Huntington In 46750
How do I get my quilt ready for you?
-Once you finish your quilt top, simply measure the length and width and write that down. Collect your batting and prepare your backing. Backing: be sure to have 8" total overage in length and width. If you are using a 108" fabric no prep is needed. If using 42-44" fabric sew your pieces together to make one piece for backing. Make sure all backing seams are horizontal. *Please do not pin, safety pin, or baste your quilt top, batting, and backing together.*