Mid-Atlantic Mountain Works will be closed from July 12-July 19 for some good old R&R in the mountains. You may still place orders, but emails will be answered upon my return the week of the July 20th. I will be sure to contact everyone with outstanding orders to let you know whether your quilt is likely to ship before or after the break. Appreciate your understanding!
ESTIMATED QUILT WEIGHTS ARE HERE!!!
I have generated estimated quilt weights and have posted them in each page of the four top quilts offered. I was going to post only the weight of the quilt on the page, but then thought folks may want to compare models, so there is scroll-able section at the bottom of each page, containing 2 tables of all quilt weights...one in Dumb and one in Metric.
Imperialists...don't take offense, it was a joke!! :)
Please remember these are estimates and based on ARGON 67 for both inner and outer shells!!! So you should think about them kind of like this....
Depending on the shell material selected, should the quilt you order approximate what you see on the sheet?
Should it be exact?
Will I do my best to get it as close as possible?
Will I respond to your email if you tell me the sheet says it should have weighed 20.6 ounces and it weighs 30 on your scale?
Ok, that last part was harsh and a bit of a lie. I am a nice guy and pride myself on customer service so of course I will respond. Obviously if it says 20 ounces on the table and the one I send you is 23, please let me know, as we may have a problem. Alternatively, don't let me know because you likely got a bunch of overstuff for free!
Please keep in mind I am a one-man show, building all of my quilts by hand. Though with each quilt my production process gets more and more refined, variation occurs. I offer 144 combinations (66" length can be ordered by emailing me), but have not made all 144 yet for a whole number of reasons I am sure you can imagine. So what I am providing are estimated (or should I say extrapolated?) weights based on quilts produced so far that have been weighed at various stages of production with final weights logged upon completion.
As mentioned above, these tables are based on using ARGON 67 for both sides. Using the marginally heavier ARGON 90 on one or both sides will increase the table weights by around 0.8 ounces (23 grams) per side.
As always, feel free to email with any questions!