The Kilted Quilter Longarm Quilting Services

I provide quilting services using my Gammill Optimum longarm machine with Statler Stitcher. The Statler offers state of the art stitch and design precision and all of my work except for custom/heirloom is performed using the Statler. I have hundreds of quilting patterns and designs to choose from and am happy to obtain an additional pattern if you have something specific in mind that I don’t already have. Please reach out via phone or email to discuss your quilting needs!

Edge to Edge/Pantograph

This popular style uses a single pattern stitched across the entire quilt top for an economical option that provides beautiful results. Most patterns run $0.02 cents per square inch; however some patterns will run slightly more or less depending on density of the pattern chosen. Minimum charge of $60.00


All of my custom/heirloom quilting is performed freehand. This beautiful product can vary greatly and therefore charged at an hourly rate. Please contact me by email or phone to discuss pricing and budget for this option.

Machine Apply Binding

2-1/4” or 2-1/2”Double fold binding (you provide).
$0.07 per running inch.


Stitching an edge to edge pattern in the body of the quilt and a separate pattern in the borders. Please contact me by email or phone to discuss pricing for this option.


Basting for hand or machine quilting is done in rows approximately 4” apart using a large stitch for easy removal. $0.005 per square inch.


Specialty Thread at a rate of $6 to $12 per quilt.
Thread color changes at $2.00 each.

Next Steps

Please call (404-557-8863) or email me at  We’ll discuss quilting designs, cost and time.  A 50% deposit is required with your quilt submission.  That’s it!   

Quilt Shipping Instructions

My studio is in Atlanta, Georgia, but I accept quilts from across the U.S. using any of the three major carriers:  U.S. Postal Service, United Parcel Service (UPS) and Federal Express (FedEx). 

Packaging:  I will use the same box that you send your quilt in to return your quilt, therefore you must use a box large enough to accommodate the finished quilt.  They grow quickly and many times will double in size.  Please be sure and use a box that is strong enough to protect the product being returned and place everything in a large plastic ziplock bag before boxing.  If I’m unable to return the quilt in the box you provide, I will include the charge for the replacement box on your final invoice along with the shipping charges.

No matter what size your quilt is or what service you request, your quilt will be handled with the utmost care.