Here it is! The Best of Both Worlds Episode Number 1, hosted by Gammill Quilting. Watch as Linda V. Taylor begins working on a Baltimore Album quilt. This new, free quilting show will focus on mix of instruction for both computerized and freehand quilting techniques as well as how to combine the two! All episodes will be… Read More
Gammill Quilting is sponsoring a new quilting show with host and award-winning quilter Linda V. Taylor. The name is Best of Both Worlds and it will focus on mix of instruction for both computerized and freehand quilting techniques as well as how to combine the two! The show is free and all episodes will be available on Gammill’s… Read More
This week’s Road to California’s blog post features Gammill and the Statler family! Read more at http://bit.ly/1jfOC1k Also, did you know this year Statler by Gammill classes will be offered at this conference! Click Here for a flier on the event and Statler classes from Gammill Certified Trainer Georgia Stull.
By Andrew Weaver Andrew’s Gammill Northwest If you are opening a new quilting business, you should speak to your tax planner about a section of the IRS tax code that could really help with your cash flow in that critical first year! Section 179 is an incentive for businesses to purchase, finance or… Read More
This stunning quilt is by Gammill Certified Trainer Debbie Tribble, Dream Weaver Quilting, who designed the piece to be raffled for the 2015 Flathead Quilters Show. The quilt is called “A Tisket, A Tasket, A Quilt Show full of Baskets.” The quilt features a great deal of machine applique and also hand applique where the… Read More
At Gammill, we know that purchasing a longarm is a big investment and a serious decision. That’s why our goal is to provide you with a machine that will stand up to the test of time and be an investment you can count on. That’s why our warranty covers commercial use and why our machines… Read More
Yesterday, the Gammill team had a wonderful time surprising Paul and Mildred Statler with a 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Statler facility. Paul built the first computerized Statler Stitcher for his wife, Mildred, in 1990 and they began production quilting. A few years later, they began selling the machines commercially. The plaque presented to… Read More
One of the great features about the Statler by Gammill is that you can easily switch from using the machine for computerized quilting into using it for hand guiding. The process to drop the X and Y belts only takes a few seconds. Click the video link for the tutorial.
Turn your passion into a career. Take advantage of Gammill fall savings to kick start your longarm quilting business. From Sept. 15 to Oct. 31, participating Gammill dealers will offer a free business start-up package to customers who purchase a Vision 2.0, Statler by Gammill or Statler Retrofit. The Vision 2.0 offer is valued at… Read More
If you have the need for a quick project, why not try a wholecloth table runner? It goes much faster than piecing a project, and turns out just as (if not more) fabulous! I started with a design I created using Electric Quilt (EQ7). I used the Card Basket block and repeated it three times… Read More