Gammill is pleased to welcome Gammill Northwest as the new dealer for the states of Washington and Oregon. Gammill Northwest is owned by Jim and Lynda Hainer and is located in Ellensburg, Washington. Read More
Gammill is pleased to welcome Gammill Midwest (formerly Sew Good Quilting) as its new dealer for the states of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. Read More
Highland Gammill is the new Gammill dealer for Idaho, Montana, Wyoming. Read More
Birdhouse Quilts is the Gammill Dealer for Georgia and South Carolina and is owned by Jessie and Tracy Reynolds. Read More
Gammill dealer for Florida
Elizabeth Machines is a new Gammill dealer for Australia. Read More
Philippa, Erik and Zach Skjaveland are the names behind Kawartha Quilting Systems. They are the Gammill dealer for Ontario, Quebec and parts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Read More
Gammill dealer for North Dakota, South Dakota Coyote Creek Gammill CoyoteCreekGammill.com 102 W. Pleasant Avenue Pierre, South Dakota 57501 Phone: 605-220-2655 email@example.com Owners: Holly & Farley Zuber Sales Representatives For information about becoming a sales representative, please contact Coyote Creek.
Gammill dealer for New Zealand
Quarryburn Quilting provides sales, service and supplies to customers in New Zealand.
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.