Longarm Quilting Services

Longarm Quilting services at Meadow Rose Quilts can be very simple and reasonably priced or more densely quilted with a variety of prices.  Please call to book a no charge consultation.  403-819-8126.

You will notice that I've given a range of prices for the different categories. This gives me the flexibility to quilt what you want and charge you accordingly.  I will write a quote before any work is started and get your signature/approval.  In very rare circumstances, I will not charge more than the quote. 

It is super important that your quilt borders be sewn correctly. A longarmers nightmare are borders that ripple and wave. This is caused by borders not being measured, cut and sewn correctly.  Review this page I've created for you with instructions for sewing the perfect border on your quilt.

Basting Services

The one thing I didn't like when I was quilting on a sit down machine was basting my quilt layers together.  This often involved crawling around on the floor or stretching over multiple large tables and pricking my fingers with pins or breathing in the chemicals of basting sprays.

  • I can load your quilt layers on a longarm frame and baste them together with a basting stitch.  The basting stitches are approximately 4" apart.

  • You can come and baste your quilt (with help and supervision) on my frame.


I offer a selection of paper pantographs that can be used to quilt your quilt.  You are welcome to bring a pantograph of your own.  Pantographs are stitched from edge to edge.  $35 minimum charge to 3¢ per square inch.


I offer a selection of over 500 computerized designs that can be stitched on your quilt. You are welcome to bring a design of your own on a thumb drive for me to use. Most designs are stitched from edge to edge.  $35 minimum charge to 4¢ per square inch.


I offer an unlimited selection of edge to edge (all over) free hand quilting designs.  We can discuss the most appropriate pattern for your quilt.  $35 minimum charge to 5¢ per square inch.

Custom Quilting 1

Large overall pattern, stitch lines placed approximately 3 fingers' width apart.

  • 2-3 Free Hand quilting designs can be combined to create a pleasing addition to your quilt.

Custom Quilting 2

Medium density, all over pattern placed approximately 2 fingers' width apart.

  • 3 or more Free Hand Quilting designs can be combined to create a pleasing effect on your quilt.

  • blocks are sometimes quilted differently than the background areas of the quilt while quilting from side to side.

Custom Quilting 3

Medium density quilting with specific pattern or thread changes.

  • blocks are quilted differently than the background ares of the quilt.

  • borders are quilted separately.

  • this is the most common choice with many quilters.

Custom Quilting 4

High density quilting with lots of background fill or detailed patterns.

  • Stitch lines placed approximately 1 finger width apart.

  • Often stitched with very fine thread and very tiny stitches.


I use a selection of templates or rulers to quilt "stitch in the ditch" and a variety of shapes in the quilt.

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