March 2019
Quilting with Confidence
2019 Tour Dates
COMING IN 2019 to more than 50 cities worldwide, the Quilting with Confidence Tour by the Gammill Quilting Institute. You do not need to own a Gammill to participate. All longarm quilters of all skill levels are welcome! You will gain the knowledge and support to put you on the path to becoming a confident quilter. The tour kicks off May 1 in Kansas City, Missouri. Visit our website for a complete schedule of tour dates and locations.
Receive the tools, training and ongoing support you need to be a confident quilter with Gammill’s support package, free with purchase of a new system from Feb. 21 - March 14, 2019. Package includes a free start-up package, an education voucher, plus, receive a free maintenance visit from your Gammill dealer within two years of delivery. With purchase of a Statler you will also receive a free light bar. And, computerized systems include a PatternCloud certificate. A value of up to $2,500!
Card Trick
Quilt Artist Karen Marchetti breaks down quilting design ideas for the Card Trick block. Download a printable template so you can follow along and practice your quilting designs; plus, watch all the past episodes by clicking the button below.
Elevate Software Update
Elevate Version 2.0 is now available for Gammill Elevate users! The new software features several enhancements and improvements including the ability to place rows at an angle, flip a single row, or rotate an entire row. It is a free upgrade for Elevate owners. 
Meet Charlie Hendrix, our Quilting with Love March spotlight.

Gammill Machine: A Vision 22 adopted from a home in Washington five years ago.

Charlie’s Story: My oldest sister passed away seven years ago from complications related to diabetes. We were very close and I was absolutely devastated by the loss. When I was finally able to get out of bed, and then get out of my recliner I went out to my quilting studio. That is where the healing process began. It was during this time that I decided to start a non-profit charity to get quilts out to those who just need to know that someone cared about what they were going through. Read more here.
Upcoming Education Events