Helping Quilters Achieve Their Dreams
Love what you do and do what you love
For many quilters, a longarm isn’t just a hobby, it is their livelihood. Whether you are looking for additional income in retirement, want to stay home with your children, or wish to grow a successful business, you need a reliable longarm that will allow you to quilt efficiently. For Sharon Blackmore, her Gammill was a saving grace during a difficult time. When her husband lost his job in an economic downturn, it was her quilting business that kept their household running. Now, three years later, her clientele has grown so much that she has added a second machine and her husband has joined her in business.
Excellence in Every Detail
We know a longarm is an important long-term investment. Gammill build machines to last not just years but for generations.
Gammill’s standards of excellence begin at their factory in Missouri where each machine is hand-crafted and tested by their team of dedicated professionals with decades of experience.
Through each step of production, the Gammill team are committed to creating a machine that will keep you quilting successfully for years to come.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Gammill machines are built to last a lifetime, which is why we provide a warranty to match. All new Gammill machines come with a lifetime mechanical warranty against defective materials and/or workmanship, a three-year computer warranty, three-year electrical parts warranty, and a two-year in-shop labor warranty for household and commercial use. Visit Gammill.com/Warranty for complete details.
You deserve a durable and reliable longarm machine
Gammill customers are using machines that have been operating
reliably for more than 35 years. Durability was one of the reasons Paul
Statler chose the Gammill to place a computerized system on when he
created the technology in the early 1990s. He made the first computerized
machine for his wife. Quilter Kim Diamond saw the machine and wanted to buy that very one. Today, Kim (pictured above with Paul Statler) is a nationally known quilter, educator, and pattern designer and she is still quilting on that very same machine.