The restoration process.
Before restoration can begin, all cotton quilts must be washed. After washing, your quilt is closely inspected for damage, and a restoration plan is written. This plan includes the materials needed and the labor necessary to complete the restoration.
Occasionally, the restoration plan is presented as a range of services, so you will have the option of having all or just some of the work completed as suits your budget. Once we have your approval for the restoration plan, a deposit of approximately one third of the cost will be required, with the remaining amount due upon completion of the restoration.
Fabrics are painstakingly chosen from various sources. In most cases, the replacement fabric is cut and sewn to the exact size and shape of the damaged piece and invisibly applied on top of the original fabric (with the exceptions of heavy wools and embellished pieces).
Please read our quilt shipping guidelines for information on shipping, then submit your restoration order form below with the same information enclosed with your quilt.