Photography by Bob Payne, Photo Fashion
Using my Gammill, I do longarm quilting for my students. The quilt size can range from a baby quilt to a queen size quilt. Prices for this service is based on time and size of the quilt. There is an additional charge for a custom, embroidered quilt label. Since I do not have a Statler with my Gammill, quilting designs are either pantograms or my creation. I do trim the quilt once the quilting process is finished. Average turn around time is two to three weeks.
I have been quilting for over twenty years, machine quilting for most of those years, and longarm quilting for nearly five years. In 2013 I purchased a Gammill Vision 1, 22-10 longarm from Happy Hearts Quilting & Fabric, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. A few months after my purchase, Rick McKee, the Gammill dealer for Kentucky, asked me if I would like to be one of his sales representatives. My experience with Gammill has been nothing but positive so I was more than happy to become a member of the Gammill team.
As a Gammill Sales Representative, I am available for any initial inquiries with the performance, cost, support for a potential Gammill owner. I am happy to give demonstrations and introduce you to the world of longarm quilting. The next step is to connect you to the dealer, Rick McKee, who will walk you through the process of owning a Gammill of your choice.
I also provide support to Gammill owners by either answering questions and/or making sure I find the right resource who will have the answer.