July 2019
Save big when you purchase a new Gammill
July 25 through Aug. 8, 2019.

$1,250 off a Vision 2.0 | $1,500 off a Vision 2.0 with Elevate | $2,000 off a Statler by Gammill | $1,000 off an Elevate Retrofit | $1,500 off a Statler Retrofit.

For more information and details visit Gammill.com/Special or click below to get started building your dream machine.
Linda Taylor mixes freehand quilting and computerized designs to complete a Radiant Star quilt. She hand guides continuous curves and geometric meandering to create a simple design with lots of texture. This completes the complex computerized designs she creates by combining patterns in CreativeStudio 7.1. 
Morning Star Block
Gammill Quilt Artist Karen Marchetti demonstrates techniques for quilting a Morning Star, or 6-Point Star, in episode 23 of Block Breakdown. Find past episodes and a template you can use to practice the Morning Star block at Gammill.com/Morning-Star .
There's a lot happening in this photo from the Quilting with Confidence tour. Give us your best caption for a chance to win a Gammill prize pack with thread, Barn Catz Studio Drawing Circle Set and Spacing Guide Set, cup, backpack and other Gammill goodies! Enter by commenting on the photo on our Facebook page or Instagram page through noon Saturday, July 27. We will announce a winner on Monday on our social media pages.

This photo was taken at the Quilting with Confidence tour stop in Sydney, Australia. Pictured from left, Educators Georgia Stull and Tia Curtis, Gammill Dealers Judi and Moreno Cogliati, and Gammill Owner Michelle Weaver and Andrew Weaver.
The Quilting with Love spotlight recognizes some of our amazing quilters who are making a difference in the world with the help of their Gammill machines. Click here to nominate a quilter.
Bonnie Sheppard
St. Charles, Missouri
After first inspiring her quilting hobby more than 35 years ago, Bonnie Sheppard is now honoring her sister Robin’s memory through quilting and support of the Down Syndrome Association.

“Looking for a new hobby in the winter of 1982, I took a hand-quilting class,” Bonnie said. “The resulting project was an Ohio Star full-size bed quilt all hand sewn. My little sister loved it and wanted one for her bed. Anything for Robin.”

That first quilt was an orange Friendship Star they hand-tied. Bonnie quilted sporadically through the years, but when she retired from teaching 30 years later, her husband purchased a Gammill for her.

“Before I could get too involved (in quilting), Robin came to live with us,” she said. “Taking care of her became a full-time job. I made Robin a quilt for her new bed with her choice of colors – orange and pinks.” Click here to continue reading.
Alaskan Adventure!
We are less than one year away from our next Gammill cruise and only a few conference spots remain. Join us for an Alaskan adventure. We set sail June 5, 2020 from Seattle, Washington on a seven-night Alaska Glacier tour. Enjoy education at sea with world-renowned educators while spending quality time with your fellow Gammill quilters and taking in the extreme beauty of Alaska and Canada. Instruction will be available for all Gammill machine types. Rates are also available for non-quilters. Learn more and register at Gammill.com/Alaska.
July & August Education Events

Atlanta, Georgia
July 26 & 27, 2019

Fort Myers, Florida
July 30 & 31, 2019

Jacksonville, Florida
Aug. 2 & 3, 2019

Birmingham, Alabama
Aug. 6 & 7, 2019

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Aug. 9 & 10, 2019

Jackson, Mississippi
Aug. 12 & 13, 2019

Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 19 & 20, 2019

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Aug. 22 & 23, 2019

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Aug. 25 & 26, 2019

London, Ontario
Aug. 29 & 30, 2019