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Set Sail with Statler Updates

Sail with us May 14 to 21, 2017 on a seven-day Western Caribbean Cruise on the Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas ship. This trip includes three days of education at sea along with three beautiful days in tropical ports. Enjoy education with your fellow Statler users in relaxing and tropical atmosphere.

Less than one month remains to take advantage of the early discount for the Gammill Cruise!  Here’s the latest information regarding this fantastic educational opportunity.

Staterooms & Pricing

Set Sail for as low as $999! Balcony, Interior and Oceanview staterooms are all still available. However, rooms are selling fast so we encourage you to book soon and reserve your spot! Plus, you must register and place your deposit on or before Sept. 1 to receive early bird pricing. Price is per person based on double occupancy and includes room, meals, cruise fares, taxes, fees, port expenses and standard cruise gratuity, and a welcome reception. Price for quilters includes conference fees and 10 educational sessions. Prices do not include air or transfer accommodations. Additional packages, such as beverage packages are available, as well as port excursions and activities; however, additional fees apply.

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Current Registrants

If you and your roommate have both registered for the Gammill Cruise, be sure to check your e-mail. You should have received a message in the past few days with information regarding your specific stateroom. If you did not receive an e-mail or need more information, e-mail contact@gammill.com.

 

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Check out all the amazing amenities on our ship, the newly renovated Liberty of the Seas.

Some of the highlights include: 4 pools (including an adults-only retreat), 6 whirlpools (two of which are cantilevered whirlpools overlooking the ocean), state-of-the-art fitness center, Vitality Spa, complimentary Broadway hits and ice-skating shows, casino, shopping, waterpark, 3D movie theater, mini-golf and much more.

 

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An incredible 17 world-renowned instructors will be on board the Gammill Cruise. They include pattern designers, authors, national and international award-winning artists, long-time CreativeStudio instructors, inventor of the Statler, the CreativeStudio author, and more! Click here to read their bios and learn more about education on board the cruise.

Port Visits

Our cruise will be stopping in Roatan, Honduras; Puerto Coasta Maya, Mexico; and Cozumel, Mexico. No regularly scheduled classes will be held on days in port so that guests may fully enjoy these amazing locations.

Connect with Cruisers

Request to join the Gammill Cruise Facebook page to receive updates about the cruise and connect with your fellow cruisers. If you are looking for a roommate, this is also a good resource. Click here to go to the Facebook page.

 

Additional Questions

Check out our frequently asked questions page and travel information for answers. Or, contact us at contact@gammill.com

 

 

Summer Cash Off Savings & July Updates

For monthly updates from Gammill, sign up for our newsletter at http://gammill.com/community/newsletter/

Summer Savings

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Now through Aug. 15 receive cash off your purchase of a new Gammill. Visit

 

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Register for the Gammill Cruise at Gammill.com/cruise before Sept. 1 and save $100 off each individual registration!

New Videos

A new Best of Both Worlds is now online for newsletter subscribers (click on this month’s newsletter at http://gammill.com/community/newsletter/ to view)

Also, new tutorial videos on the features of CreativeStudio 6.0 are now available online! Click the links to watch:

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For our complete video library featuring more than 100 tutorials and instructional videos, visit gammill.com/education/videos/

Quarryburn Quilting

Gammill is pleased to welcome Quarryburn Quilting in New Zealand to its network of professional dealers. Quarryburn will provide sales, service and supplies to customers.

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The realization of a long-held ambition, Lesley’s purchase of a fully computerized Statler by Gammill quilting machine in 2006 quickly tapped into a need, and business took off, resulting in the purchase of a second machine in 2008.

Quilting is a passion for Lesley, who has been sewing since she was a child.  “My mother and grandmothers taught me to sew and knit, and I made clothing for both myself and my four children, as well as dabbling in many needlework crafts over the years.”

Lesley taught herself to quilt by reading magazines and watching “simply quilts” with Alex Andersen, and because she knows just how much effort goes into producing a single quilt recognizes the privilege and responsibility of being trusted with such precious work.

Lesley is the winner of several blue ribbons for quilts completed in her spare time, taking Excellence in Machine Quilting at the New Zealand Quilt Symposium in 2011, and having two quilts accepted for the World Quilt Show in 2010.

 

Lesley and Patrick O’Rourke
2467 Puketitiri Road,
Rissington, NAPIER. 4184
Phone (08) 00434796
Home Phone (06) 8395903
Mobile – Lesley (027) 4347967 Patrick (027)2322103
quarryburnquilting@gmail.com
quarryburnquilting.co.nz
www.facebook.com/quarryburnquilting/

What’s new in May!

Check out the Gammill May newsletter by clicking here and subscribe to receive it in your inbox.

Manufacturing Marvels spotlighted Gammill on The Fox Business Network. If you missed it, here is the episode. Visit our blog post for more information.

A new episode of the Best of Both Worlds is now online! Watch as Linda Taylor and Joan Knight work more on the Barn Chicks quilt from episode 11.

A quilt becomes a family heirloom. Click here to read a new Quilter’s story featuring the Tie Quilt by Patricia Coleman Hudman.
Educational events for Gammill users are coming up in Colorado, Australia, Canada and Ontario!

Registration for the Gammill cruise begins on May 23! Click here for more information.

Upcoming Educational Events

June 15 – 17, 2016 Digital Stitch Conference
Fort Collins, Colorado, Jukebox Quilts
Joining the Digital Stitch Conference are educators Pat Barry, T.J. Speiser, Wendy Bermingham, Lorilynn King, Rita Meyerhoff, Amy Wade and Natalia Majors-Wojciechowicz, plus Business Consultant Curt Bear and Social Media Marketing guru Amy Alcorn. Classes cover topics on care and repair of your Statler, creative quilting, advanced quilting techniques, unconventional ideas, as well as business concepts that will help you to start or improve your home quilting business.
Hosted by dealer: Jukebox Quilts



July 8 – 9, 2016 Education Tour Australia – Brisbane  
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre Southbank, Brisbane, Australia
Two-day event for current users or anyone who is interested in using a Statler by Gammill and CreativeStudio 6.0. Registration fee includes two full days of classes, lunch, and morning and afternoon tea. The conference will feature award winning quilter Kim Diamond.
Hosted by the Quiltshack



July 15-16, 2016 Education Tour Australia -Melbourne
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, South Wharf, Melbourne
Two-day event for current users or anyone who is interested in using a Statler by Gammill and CreativeStudio 6.0. Registration fee includes two full days of classes, lunch, and morning and afternoon tea. The conference will feature award winning quilter Kim Diamond.
Hosted by the Elizabeth Machine Company



August 12-14, 2016 Statler Ontario Users and Professionals Retreat 
Best Western Otonobee Inn, Peterborough, Ontario
Learn more about the Statler and CreativeStudio 6.0 with Certified Instructor Joan Knight. The retreat runs from 1 p.m. Aug. 12 to noon Aug. 14. Registration fee includes two days of classes, Friday dinner and social; Saturday snacks, lunch and dinner; door prizes and vendor shopping.
Hosted by dealer: Kawartha Quilting Systems



Registration now open!
August 16 – 21, 2016  Classes at Old Man River Quiltfest
Vicksburg Convention Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Free hand and Statler owners will find classes on a wide variety of topics at the Old Man River Quiltfest in Vickburg, Mississippi Aug. 16 – 20.  Classes are priced per course and include options for all skill levels. Courses cover a wide variety from award-winning quilters and educators including Joan Knight, Anita Shackelford and Pat Barry, who will offer classes on pantograph quilting, free motion quilting with templates, free motion fills for negative spaces, free motion stencil magic, and marketing 101. In addition to the classes and vendors, the show will also feature a display of the “Supper Quilt.”  This quilt measuring 183 X 67 inches was inspired by Leonardo DaVinci’s “The Last Supper”.  A total of 51,816 squares of one-half inch cotton fabric were pieced together by Don Lock, DDS of Waxahachie, Texas, and machine quilted by Linda Taylor of Melissa, Texas.
Hosted by dealer: Stitch-N-Frame

Manufacturing Marvels

Manufacturing Marvels® will showcase longarm quilting machine manufacturer Gammill on May 13 at approximately 8:30 p.m. CST on The Fox Business Network ® during a production of Manufacturing Marvels®.

Manufacturing Marvels® produces two-minute spotlights on American manufacturers and their products, as well as the companies’ processes and customers. The segment featuring Gammill was filmed in April at the company’s headquarters in West Plains, Missouri.

 

Gammill revolutionized quilt-making in 1980 when founder Ken Gammill created a quilting machine that glides over fabric, similar to a pencil moving over paper.  Previously, machine quilting was done on standard domestic and industrial sewing machines, with a laborious process of moving three layers of fabric through a stationary machine.  In the early 1990s, the Gammill began offering computerized quilting technology when Paul Statler invented a software and hardware system that allows the machine to automatically stitch almost any design. man marvels12

 

 

“We are excited to have the opportunity to share with the general public a bit about Gammill’s 35 years as an industry leader in manufacturing longarm quilting machines,” said Michelle Weaver, Gammill General Manager.  “This production will give customers an inside look at the process each one of our machines goes through in order to create a product that provides quilters with precision and accuracy Gammill is known for.”

 

Manufacturing Marvels® will offer a behind the scenes look at the creation of both Gammill’s computerized system, the Statler by Gammill, and its hand-guided quilting machine.

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Manufacturing Marvels® is narrated by nationally acclaimed voice talent John Criswell, who has more than 40 years of experience as a CBS and ABC news anchor. It is produced by an award-winning team including producers Bob May and Jerry May and director Bryan McCullough.

 

You can also find the segment on Gammill’s website at Gammill.com or its YouTube Channel following the May 13 broadcast.

 

Set Sail with Statler!

The Gammill Education Department has been making big plans and the reveal is finally here!

Watch the video with Paul and Mildred Statler.

We hope to see you in May 2017! For more information, visit Gammill.com/cruise.

Manufacturing Marvels ® to spotlight Gammill

men marvels22Manufacturing Marvels® will showcase longarm quilting machine manufacturer Gammill on May 13 at approximately 8:30 p.m. CST on The Fox Business Network ® during a production of Manufacturing Marvels®.

Manufacturing Marvels® produces two-minute spotlights on American manufacturers and their products, as well as the companies’ processes and customers. The segment featuring Gammill was filmed in April at the company’s headquarters in West Plains, Missouri.

 

Gammill revolutionized quilt-making in 1980 when founder Ken Gammill created a quilting machine that glides over fabric, similar to a pencil moving over paper.  Previously, machine quilting was done on standard domestic and industrial sewing machines, with a laborious process of moving three layers of fabric through a stationary machine.  In the early 1990s, the Gammill began offering computerized quilting technology when Paul Statler invented a software and hardware system that allows the machine to automatically stitch almost any design. man marvels12

 

 

“We are excited to have the opportunity to share with the general public a bit about Gammill’s 35 years as an industry leader in manufacturing longarm quilting machines,” said Michelle Weaver, Gammill General Manager.  “This production will give customers an inside look at the process each one of our machines goes through in order to create a product that provides quilters with precision and accuracy Gammill is known for.”

 

Manufacturing Marvels® will offer a behind the scenes look at the creation of both Gammill’s computerized system, the Statler by Gammill, and its hand-guided quilting machine.

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Manufacturing Marvels® is narrated by nationally acclaimed voice talent John Criswell, who has more than 40 years of experience as a CBS and ABC news anchor. It is produced by an award-winning team including producers Bob May and Jerry May and director Bryan McCullough.

 

You can also find the segment on Gammill’s website at Gammill.com or its YouTube Channel following the May 13 broadcast.

 

 

 

 

Solve the Education Puzzle & More Gammill Updates

Have you heard? The Gammill Education Department is planning something big! Check out our Facebook page for teasers and see if you can solve the puzzle.

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If you haven’t had a chance, be sure to check out our April Newsletter, or better yet, sign up to receive the newsletter in your inbox!

 

This month’s issue features a new Best of Both Worlds Episode. In this episode Linda V. Taylor and Georgia Stull show us how to make game boards using a Gammill.

 

Also, new to the Gammill website is the Gammill Gallery. Gammill Artists and Educators have come together to create the Gammill Gallery, a collection of just some of the award-winning quilts done on a Gammill machine.

 

While on our website, read the featured “A Quilter’s Story” articles to find out more about your favorite quilts and quilters. A new story will be coming at the end of May!

 

 

Pretty in Pink

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When Carolyn Teuton selected her new Statler by Gammill, she knew exactly what color her new machine would be. Pink.

For Carolyn, picking pink wasn’t about her love for the color or even the fact that her Gammill is an almost perfect match to her furious fuchsia 2009 Dodge Charger. What matters to Carolyn is what the pink represents, her 40 years as a breast cancer survivor.

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The Houma, Louisiana resident was first diagnosed in with breast cancer in 1975 at the age of 31. She and her husband, Jeff, were the parents of three small children, ages 5, 7 and 9. And, in 1975, the diagnosis was grim.

She fought through surgeries and brutal treatments. And then, for decades, lived with the fear of the unknown, the chance or a reoccurrence, and continued treatment and procedures.

Finally, she was given the best news she could receive, an all clear. Her oncologist released her as a patient. No more cancer visits.

She and Jeff were elated. To celebrate the milestone Jeff, the owner of a Dodge dealership and the owner and operator of a National Championship drag car racing team, painted a Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, the same furious fuchsia as the street-legal Dodge Challenger that Carolyn drives daily.

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“I built it last year as a tribute to her and all that she’s been through,” he said.

The regional cancer center near their home became involved in the creation of the car as well. Together, they added the slogan, “Drive Fast. Fight Hard,” along with Carolyn’s name. Not only is it an award-winning racer, it also travels around the country raising awareness for breast cancer.

In addition to the car, Jeff had another fuchsia surprise in mind for his wife, a new Statler by Gammill computerized, longarm quilting machine.

Carolyn has been sewing since she was 16. Her mother was a quilter, meticulously completing work by hand. Although she remembers helping her mother with projects, Carolyn herself didn’t begin quilting until about five years ago.

“My sister and I decided to learn how to quilt and started off by taking lessons with a local quilter,” she said. “We kept on trying to get better and better.”

Carolyn then became a part of a quilting group of about 12 women who meet monthly to work on projects, such as blocks of the month.

“We really look forward to it. We all have the same interest and love quilting,” she said.

In recent years, Carolyn also began quilting on a longarm and the more she learned about longarm quilting, the more she became interested in a Gammill.

“I kept reading about the Gammill and how great it was and how easy it was to use,” she said.

She and her husband traveled to a quilt show. While she was browsing fabric, he was looking more closely at the machine.

“He got hooked on how the machine worked and the mechanics of it,” she said. “He did all the research on the machine and was impressed. Since last year was 40 years as a breast cancer survivor, he surprised me with this special gift.”

Their new fuchsia Statler by Gammill was delivered in February by Gammill Dealer Mark Elliott from Stitch-N-Frame in Vicksburg , Mississippi.

“I am enjoying it so much so far,” Carolyn said. “I’m excited to continue to learn more.”

Jeff is enjoying the new machine too and said he appreciates the education and technical support provided to them.

“When Mark delivered it and set it up, I took all the lessons alongside Carolyn and learned about it,” he said. “It’s an amazing machine. I’m pretty impressed it’s definitely a value received.”

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