While supplies last hand-guided classroom machines are available for a special year-end price. Purchase a machine with an 18-inch throat for $9,499 or a 22-inch throat for $12,499. This special price includes a new table plus delivery, setup and training. Quantities are limited. Don’t miss this great opportunity. Contact your local Gammill dealer today to learn more.
- Eliminates shadows
- Makes it easier to thread the needle
- Illuminates the entire quilting area
- Shows a quilt’s true colors
- Provides points of light on all sides of the needle
The complete system is available for $499 MSRP (USD).
From Oct. 24 to Nov. 10, 2019, purchase a new Gammill system or upgrade your existing Gammill and decide what accessories and options would make you the most confident quilter possible! Offer available from participating dealers. Read More
Did you know you can use the Gammill Elevate for more than just edge to edge quilting? Karen Marchetti shows us how to use custom quilt using the block feature of the Elevate in this video tutorial. Read More
Hand guided cross hatching and computerized block designs give this Double Irish Chain quilt the antique feel Linda Taylor was aiming for. Watch as she uses a ruler to quilt around the piecing. Then, she places a digital pattern with an antique design into the quilt blocks. Finally, she uses CreativeStudio to complete the quilt’s borders. Read More
In this month’s Block Breakdown, Karen Marchetti shows us four ways to quilt the South Dakota Block. This block was featured in the AQS Summer Quilt Along series. Read More
In August and September 2017, Hurricane Harvey caused devastating flooding across areas of Texas. Although her home was spared, Lee Ann Livley of League City, Texas, saw the destruction many others in her area were dealing with including those in nearby Bay Ridge. Wanting to help, Lee Ann made it her mission to provide quilts to as many of those effected by the flooding as possible. She put a call out to the quilting community and quilters from across America answered. Read More
These instructions are for Statler users who have patterns stored in iPatternStudio, but their iPatternStudio program is not working or will not export. Read More
Linda V. Taylor continues work on her Radiant Star. She shows us how to hand-guide creative peacock feathers. She then uses CreativeStudio to customize digital patterns and completes her quilt with techniques that are the best of both worlds. Read More
Gammill Quilt Artist Karen Marchetti demonstrates techniques for quilting a log cabin block in episode 24 of Block Breakdown. Read More