Karen Farnsworth

  Karen Farnsworth – Subdealer for Gammill Midwest Greentop, Missouri Wildflower.quilting@yahoo.com WildflowerQuilting.com As a long-time Statler owner, Karen’s passion is helping other Gammill owners love their machines. Karen is also an authorized Gammill sub-dealer for Gammill Midwest and has worked for Gammill Inc. creating education materials, teaching Statler and CreativeStudio classes, and providing phone and… Read More

Page Johnson

Page Johnson  Rosemount, MN TheQuiltingPage.com PageJ@TheQuiltingPage.com Page Johnson is a professional long-arm quilter from Minnesota. She’s been quilting most of her life and began her professional career in 2001, gaining valuable experience in free-motion quilting. She works full-time as a quilter for customers throughout the Twin Cities area and beyond. In 2006 she expanded her… Read More

Jeana Kubik

Jeana Kubik  San Antonio, Texas JKubik@satx.rr.com BusyBeesQuilting.com Jeana Kubik began her professional career as commissioned officer and Air Force nurse. While serving in the military she received a Masters Degree in Management with an emphasis on personal computers.   After leaving the reserves as a Captain, she became a pharmaceutical sales representative. Her husband was still… Read More

Georgia Stull

Georgia Stull – Independent Trainer and Sales Representative Raymore, MO HeartlandQuiltworks.net Facebook.com/Heartland.Quiltworks Georgia Stull has been quilting on a Statler since 2006. She has also been a national and international instructor for the past 10 years is passionate about providing her students the tools to be successful. Georgia Stull has been a Gammill Certified Statler… Read More

Kim Diamond

Kim Diamond SweetDreamsQuiltStudio.com Kim Diamond is an award-winning quilter, established Statler® longarm owner, teacher and business woman. Launching her career in 1998, Kim founded the quilt company, Sweet Dreams Quilt Studio, where she primarily quilted for others. After struggling to find patterns for her clients, she became one of the first computer designers in the… Read More

Pam Wingate

Pam Wingate – Independent Teacher Texas BestLittleQuiltHouseInTexas.com Pam.Wingate@BestLittleQuiltHouse.com   Pam Wingate has been sewing and quilting most of her life and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Textiles & Clothing from the University of Texas at Austin. Pam began her professional career as a Computer Programmer for EDS/HP.  She retired after 32 years and has… Read More

Marty Vint

Marty Vint – Independent Teacher Baltimore, MD DogwoodQuilting@aol.com MartyQuilts.com “Love of color and whimsy combined with skilled technique is evidenced in the work of traditional award winning quilter Marty Vint, who was born and raised in Baltimore.” Marty has quilted for over 30 years, and has been longarming for customers since 2005. Her quilting style… Read More

Debbie Tribble

Debbie Tribble – Independent Teacher Eureka, Montana DreamWeaverQuilting.com Dreamweaver Quilting’s Facebook page DebbieTribble.csi@gmail.com Debbie began her quilting experience over 35 years ago using templates, scissors and hand-piecing. She began teaching machine quilting techniques in 1991 and never quit! Deb gave into her longing for a Gammill in 2005 with the purchase of her Statler Stitcher.… Read More

Sharon Sweetland

Sharon Sweetland – Independent Teacher Spartansburg, PA SweetlandQuilts@yahoo.com SweetlandOfQuilts.com   Sharon is a lifelong quilter and has been Longarm quilting professionally with her Statler Stitcher for the past eight years. She has developed a talent for digitizing and sells digitized quilting patterns at SweetLandOfQuilts.com. In addition she has been recognized locally and nationally for her quilting… Read More

Paul Statler

Paul Statler – Consultant and Statler Inventor, Gammill, Inc. Columbia, MO Despite a childhood with no electricity until the age of 12, Paul learned to repair televisions by age 17, mastered multiple electronic equipment during four years in the Air Force, and worked 26 more years with the VA being involved with the many changes… Read More