February 22, 2015

SOLD! Thank you Angela!!

I have been pondering this for quite some time...and decided to take the plunge.  I am selling my 2001 Gammill Classic Plus longarm.  

Why?  Because i am upgrading to a computerized system!  I have been longarming for 6 years and my business continues to grow.  With a computerized system, i will be able to accomplish more.  
Simple as that.  

Here's my Gammill Classic Plus!  Cool huh??
It has a stitch regulator for even stitches!
New handles, switches and main computer board replaced + full service all done in June 2014.

Horizontal and Vertical locks...Automatic and Manual mode...stitch length up and down 
 (the circle in the green screen is the refection of my camera)

Two sets of handles (front and back of machine) plus micro handles at the front for detailed custom quilting

Full light bar rewired with new ballasts and new florescent tubes in January 2015
 26" throat and a 12' table...can quilt king size quilts!

An additional galvanized tracking system so cords glide easily back and forth underneath.  

Newer wheels 

I'm throwing in a ton of Signature Threads...my Gammill loves this thread!  I have opened spools and a unopened spools in a vast variety of colors i am willing to include.

 Extra bobbins...lots of extra bobbins!  Many many more than what is shown here! 

Oh...and paper pantographs!   At least 90!  These cost on average $15 each.  

How about a Circle Lord too?  This picture below was taken from the Circle Lord site...click here to see what you can quilt using a Circle Lord.  

My Gammill Classic is a work horse!  
It has been well serviced and maintained by Jack Boersma over the years. 

Here's what you can do!  
Samples to show quality of the stitches.

 Baptist Fan pantograph
 Free hand custom
 Daisy Chain panto
 Feather Swirl panto
 Free hand custom

 freehand doodle in the batting  ...i love to doodle!
It's FUN!!!
Priced 'as is' for $7500.  You are responsible for pick up, shipping and set up.  We will help you take it down and provide pointers for setting it back up.  
If interested contact me chezstitches@gmail.com


  1. Congratulations! I wish I could have been the one to take it off your hands, but I am sure that it is going to a good home. When does the new baby arrive?

  2. Loooove your creations! New follower here :)
    Marisa from http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/



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