Custom Amish Quilts
Our Amish quilters would love to make a special quilt just for you. Based on your desired quilt design, we will carefully select a quilter that has experience quilting similar designs. Our goal is to ensure that your custom quilt is made according to the high standards that we set for all of our finished quilts. We want you to be thrilled with your custom Amish quilt.
A custom Amish quilt costs approximately the same as one of our finished quilts. Depending on the fabric and color schemes that you select, there could be some additional cost (usually $25 to $100). We will work with you to create a beautiful custom quilt that fits your budget.
How Long Will My Quilt Take?
Making beautiful, one-of-kind Amish quilts is never a quick process. That being said, it usually takes around 6 months to complete a custom bed quilt. Custom quilted wall hangings are usually completed in 3 months. If you have a special date (birthday, wedding, anniversary) by which you need the quilt completed, please let us know, and our quilters will push to make your deadline, or we'll also let you know if we don't think we can do it.
The best way for you to figure out what you want is to look at a lot of quilts here at Amish Quilt Shop.net. Browsing through our online collection should give you plenty of good ideas. Once you find suitable quilts that are close, we can work with you to get it just the way you want it. We can vary the quilts colors, sizes, fabrics and even modify designs. Feel free to send us fabric swatches or paint chips to show us the colors you want. When you're ready, you can fill out our Custom Quilts Form (also found on every quilt product page) to give us all the specifics.
If you are interested in a reproduction of an antique quilt, you can find good ideas in the following books. Feel free to call (877-235-3360) or email us and we'll be happy to get you a quote.
The World of Amish Quilts
by Rachel Pellman, Kenneth Pellman
Excellent photos of 244 wonderful quilts. The Pellmans are residents of Lancaster County.
The Amish Quilt
by Eve Wheatcroft Granick
Over 100 quilt photos and great commentary on Amish life and quilt making traditions.
Quilting Traditions: Pieces from the Past
by Patricia T. Herr
Focused on quilts made in Lancaster over past 200 years with 225 gorgeous photos of quilts.
Amish: The Art of the Quilt
by Robert Hughes
Excellent photos of 82 quilts selected from the Esprit Collection. These wonderful quilts were all made in Lancaster County from 1870 to 1950.