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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.
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- 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).
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