Edge to Edge Quilting – this is commonly called E2E Quilting. Edge to Edge is a pattern that does not follow the pieced pattern of the quilt top. It can be described as a pantograph. It is a design that is applied in rows from left to right and top to bottom. The rows may or may not interlock. E2E enhances many types of quilts and is a quicker turnaround time. Click here for edge to edge quilting examples.
Border to Border Quilting – or sometimes called B2B quilting. This pattern is done the same way as E2E except the stitched pattern is applied from the inside of the left border to the inside of the right border. A border design will be quilted separate from the interior quilted design. Go to this photo gallery to see this illustrated. Click here for edge to border to border quilting examples.
Custom Quilting – This can include ruler work or custom quilted patterns. This is often used when you want to highlight blocks individually or a specific design in your quilt. Custom quilting is more detailed, takes more time and is priced accordingly. Click here for custom quilting examples.