Quilt Shipping Instructions
Please follow these instructions to avoid
Please email or call us for our shipping
Preferred shipping method is U.S. Postal
Service, Priority Mail. We will return your quilt via U.S. Postal Service, Priority Mail. Return
shipping fee will be added to your invoice.
NOTE: You can request us to return ship via Fedex or UPS. There is a $20 handling charge added to
your invoice for these methods. (Extra trip for us and we have to wait in line)
If you must identify contents, use "blanket" insted of "quilt". For some strange reason quilts tend
to get lost in transit much more often than blankets.
We use the same box you send to us to return your quilt to you. You must use a box large enough to accommodate
finished quilt. Many quilts double in size once quilted. Even if you provide batting, finished quilts take up more
space. You should also make sure box is of good enough condition and quality to make the return trip. If we
determine a new box is required you will be charged $5 -$12 depending on size.
Many boxes today are not strong enough to protect your quilt. You want to use a rigid, corrugated
box that is in good condition. Boxes rated 200 lbs are best.
It is a good idea to fill empty space to prevent box from getting crushed. Please, no foam
You must advise us if you want insurance and the amount for return shipping. We are not responsible for any damage
or loss once quilt ships.