Have you ever thought about getting a Longarm Quilting Machine?
If you've ever thought about getting one of these...keep thinking about it!! I spent many years quilting my quilts with my home sewing machine and had many struggles! Pleats..spray glue..tack gun..and in the end not very happy with the results.
For my mom's quilt you see in the pictures I have two batting's. Wool and bleached warm and natural. It's quilting up really nice. I am doing straight lines which is really easy. I set my channel lock and make perfectly straight lines. This quilt will take me about an hour and half to quilt up. Then I will add the binding while it is still on. That takes about 30 minutes.
I did not purchase my Gammill new. It is used and so I was able to afford it. It is an older model and there fore does not have a stitch regulator. But I wouldn't know any different. It is what I am use to.
I'm just so happy with my machine and will never regret getting it!
So if you've ever thought about getting one...know it is possible!