Quilting Services, Options, and Pricing

Quilt Order Form

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One pattern continuous
quilting :
Your selected pattern is repeated in each row across the quilt.

$40.00 per square yard

Custom Quilting: Custom quilting is defined as meandering, outline, echo, circles, stencils, stippling, inserts , multiple borders, stitch-in-the-ditch, cross hatch, diagonals, or free-hand

$45-$65 per square yard

Border Designs:
Each separate border design. Price depends on the size and complexity of the design used.
$10 - $20 per design
Thread Color:
A wide range of colors are available but a blending or neutral is commonly used. There will be an extra charge for special thread color order.
If you provide your own batting, make sure it is intended for machine quilting. I can provide Dream Cotton Batting.
Dream Cotton: 
Binding:  Not available at this time. .
Attach the order form inside the box with your quilt.  We will return your Quilt via UPS or Priority Mail.
Minimum Charge:
Smallest size I can do is 36 x 36.

Order total:

Shipping:& Handling:

8% CA Sales Tax:



Method of Payment


Money Order

Visa / MasterCard


American Express

Sharon Malachowski
Rose O' Sharon
9644 Bodega Hwy
Sebastopol, CA 95472

Telephone: (707) 823-9056
Fax:  (707) 823-9091




General Information

Send your quilt top pieced and ready for quilting. You will need to cut the quilt backing and batting at least 4" longer and 4" wider than the size of your quilt top.  Indicate the top of the quilt front and the top of the backing with safety pins. 

Do not baste or pin the quilt top and backing together. Press your quilt top and backing material. Horizontal seams on backing allows for the best tensioning on the quilt. Please remove all selvages before piecing the backing.

Trim and remove all loose threads from the top, front and back of the quilt top as well as the backing. If there are light areas on your top, dark threads can really detract from the finished product. 

Your quilt is measured both through the middle and along the edges. Any difference in the measurements will alert me to the possibility of "ruffled" edges. We will discuss options available to deal with this. To determine square yardage, measure (in inches) the length and width of the quilt top. Multiply the two numbers together and divide by 1296.

Example 65" wide X 78" long = 5070 sq. inches 5070 / 1296 = 3.91 square yards