Find a Quilt Maker near Chicago, IL

Find a Quilt Maker near Chicago, IL

Find a Quilt Maker near Chicago, IL

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Top 4 Quilt Makers near Chicago, IL

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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

How much does it cost to get a quilt quilted?

Quilters typically charge $0.03-$0.15 per square inch. In total, people usually pay between $150 and $250 for quilting and crochet services. You can find out exactly how much your quilt will cost by requesting free price estimates from quilters near you.

What do you call a person who makes quilts?

A person who makes quilts is typically called a “quilter” or a “quilt maker.” You can find quilters near you on Thumbtack.

How long does it take to make a quilt?

Depending on the quilt’s size, intricacy and details, it may take less than a day or several weeks (or longer) to make a quilt. If you’re thinking about hiring a quilter, ask them to estimate how long it could take to finish your quilt.

What’s the best material to use to make a quilt?

Some of the best materials to consider using for your quilt are: 

  • Quilter’s weight cotton
  • Cotton decorating fabric
  • Linen
  • Voile

Chat with a local quilt maker to discuss your options, request price estimates and get more advice for your quilt.

How long does it take to learn to quilt?

Quilting isn’t a skill that you can learn overnight. It all depends on how often you practice and if you’re taking lessons. If you don’t have the time to learn how to quilt, you can hire a quilt maker to make you a custom piece.

There are 15 five star Quilt Makers in Chicago, IL on Thumbtack.

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