Ljones

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  1. This is a 2002 Gammill Optimum Plus (30 inch throat) on a 12 foot steel table which is in excellent condition. This machine has a stitch length regulator which is awesome. I have loved this machine and feel like it is as good as the day I bought it. The machine is a workhorse. Still stitches wonderfully and will hold up to many more quilts. It has a laser for doing pantographs as well as other accessories. Asking $8,000. You can’t go wrong with this machine. If interested I will send photos. Purchaser is responsible for pick up, transportation, re-assembly and all associated costs.
  2. I am a snowbird and are very blessed to spend cold winters in sunny Florida. I’ve been asked to teach a quilting class next season. Just wondering if anyone has done this and would share with me ideas on how to do this. I obviously quilt, so I have the knowledge but wondering about charges, materials, kits, length of classes etc. Suggestions greatly appreciated!
  3. Been quilting for customers about two years now and thought it might be nice to put together a sample free motion pattern “book” of my patterns for customers to choose from. I don’t want to spend tons of time putting this together only to say, darn, I should’ve done it that way! Any suggestions or pictures? Options I’ve thought about. 3 ring binder First thought of putting samples in protective sheets but noticed that the texture of the patterns is completely lost. Second thought is to just add 3 grommets to the samples and put them in the binder. simple O ring with samples hanging from corner grommet