Meet Our 2018 Instructors


UQSM 2018 Featured Artist: Natalia Bonner


Natalia Whiting Bonner has enjoyed piecing quilt tops for more than twenty years. She learned how to quilt on her conventional home machine. She felt good about it, but decided that if she really wanted to take her quilting to the next level, she needed to invest in a longarm machine. In 2007, when she was pregnant with her daughter, she got the crazy idea to quit her job as a dental assistant and become a longarm quilter. Without really knowing what a longarm machine was, she spent a day at a longarm dealer’s shop and walked out after purchasing a Gammill machine. Natalia’s passion for quilting and being creative has grown each day since. Whether it’s working on an intense show quilt or a simple baby quilt, Natalia has become a real quilting addict. She teaches at quilt guilds and shows, including Road to California and QuiltCon East, and has filmed TV shows with Nancy Zieman and Jodie Davis. 

She has won numerous awards for her work and has been featured on Moda Bake Shop, in Quiltmaker Magazine and American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, and in books such as Fresh Fabric Treats, Modern Blocks and Sweet Celebrations with the Moda Bake Shop Chefs, Modern Quilts From the Blogging Universe.

Natalia is the author of Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting, Next Steps in Machine Quilting and Visual Guide to Free-Motion Quilting Feathers co-author of Modern One-Block Quilts & Cabin Fever:20 Modern Log Cabin Quilts. Natalia is a Gammill Quilt Artist, Moda Fabric Designer and Crafty Instructor.

Email: nataliabonner2@gmail.com
Website: www.pieceandquilt.com
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Class List

Beginners Guide To Free Motion Quilting
Visual Guide To Free Motion Quilting
Modern And Creative Background Fillers
Next Steps In Machine Quilting


Abby Hicks of Tweetle Dee Design Co. is a designer, teacher, author, television contributor and maker of painted barn quilts, vintage inspired embroidery patterns and farmhouse quilts.

Email:  tweetledeedesignco@gmail.com
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I began sewing at the age of 8 and have always loves to create my own projects. My Mom and Dad taught me to use my hands. Throughout my childhood, my parents let me explore all areas of creativity. I learned how to sew, embroider, crochet, knit, macrame’, tool leather, tie flies for fishing, draw, use a potters wheel, made jewelry, did beading painting, and even did some woodworking. They pretty much encouraged me to try everything. Some things I did well, a lot of other things, not so well, but thank you to my parents for letting me try it! It always seemed that whatever I tried or did, I always came back to fabric!

I have always loved the thrill of figuring out how to do something easier or faster or different to make it fit my own needs and personality. I LOVE to applique’ as well as piecing. Playing with color and touching the fabrics has always been fun for me and I feel a great sense of satisfaction creating quilts and items from my favorite medium. There is just something about fabric that makes me happy!

I purchased American Quilting, a little quilt shop that had only been open for a short time in 2004. Three years after that we had to move to another location. We bought our own space where we have now been for the last 11 years. My shop is a well-rounded shop with something for everyone. I carry several genres of fabrics, and we teach a lot of classes.

In 2006 I started my pattern company called Under the Garden Moon and I love the creating part of this business. I love to share what I create, and hope someone learns something whenever they make one of my patterns. I have grown over the years and feel like I learned to not be afraid to try something new or scary.

A new division of my pattern line is ThreaDoodlydoos. These patterns incorporate hand embroidery, mixing of textiles and fun embellishing.

I have 8 children J (haha – 4 of them married my kids), 16 grandchildren and I have been married to my cute and supportive hubby for 38 years.


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Although a quilter since childhood, Ann has been longarm quilting for 12+ years and an Educator for 5+. An award winning Free Motion Longarm quilter, she has had quilts displayed at various quilt shows, including Houston, Paducah, MQS and MQX. Some of her work can be seen in several books and has been featured in On Track magazine. As a Longarm Educator, Ann loves to share her techniques with other quilters, encouraging them to adapt quilting designs to their individual style. Her classes are not only educational, but fun and entertaining. Active in many of her local Quilt Guilds, Ann is also President of her local Long Arm Guild, ShowMe Long Arm Quilters. Ann's first passion is family, with 11 Grandchildren and 2 Great Grandchildren keeping her busy. Ann and her husband are also avid motorcycle enthusiasts and scuba divers.

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You Marked That Quilt With What
Never Be Afraid Of A Ruler Again
Round Robin Wholecloth
Background Fillers Revisited
Fill That Space With A Better Feather
Fuss Free Fairy Feathers
Rulers Gone Modern

 Bonnie has been quilting since she was a teenager, but took a class with her mom in college that really started her on her quilting path.  She and her mom, Brenda Bailey, own Pie Plate Patterns and have designed and made too many quilts to count!  Their favorite designs are made with precuts.  They also host 3 quilt retreats every year.  Bonnie loves designing and she loves teaching others about her quilting obsession!  Come and enjoy a class with Bonnie at UQSM!

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Carmen Geddes brings her love of quilting and people together for a fun day of learning. Enjoy her friendly, low-key approach and her great quilting techniques! Her expertise is helping her students build confidence. She was named Teacher of the Year at HMQS. She has taught at many quilt shows around the country including Houston Quilt Festival and Road to California. Her quilts have been featured in Fons and Porter Scrappy Quilts and Love of Quilting, Quilter's Newsletter, and McCall's Quilting and Embroidery magazines. She is a teacher for Imagine with Riley Blake. She resides in Eagle Mountain, Utah. She has developed the Tensisters Piping Tool and the Tensisters Easy Piecing Grid with its companion books, “Ten Quilts for Ten Sisters” and "Quilts for Kids".

Email: tensisters@msn.com
Website: www.tensisters.com
Join her Facebook Group: Quilting Vintage
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Block Party
Easy Piecing Mini
Vintage Charm

I'm an architect who discovered the quilting world in 2010 in Switzerland. Like in my old job I love to design my own projects, my own quilt patterns and on the past years I had the honor to see my quilts in Exhibitions all over the country, for the International Quilt Festival in Houston (2015, 2016 and 2017), American Quilter's Society quilt weeks and also at MQX New England (2016). Since our relocation to Connecticut I also teach quilting classes and workshops to domestic machine quilters. I designed my own method to teach free motion quilting based on my artistic background. My goal with my students is to make them able to recognize the strong elements of their own quilts and use free motion quilting designs to create unique work.

Email: carolina.asmussen@cwa.to
Website: www.carolinasmussen.com  
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 Connie Spurlock, owner of and a designer for Sew Wonderful Dreams lives in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and has been teaching across the US for more than 20 years.  Schooled in marketing but with a passion for teaching, Connie brings "can~do" projects to students on every level. Our specialties are paper piecing and appliqué but we love our "freedom projects" for sweatshirt jackets and tote bags ~ patterns geared for fun and easy sewing.

Website: www.sewwonderfuldreams.com
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Class List: 
10 Degree Ruler On Steroids Workshop
Fun And Easy Projects Using A 10 Degree Ruler
You Can Conquer Paper Piecing
Sewing Shortcuts
Sweatshirt University
Are You Going Batty Trying To Bind Your Quilt


Deborah has been quilting as long as she can remember, and has solid roots in traditional hand-piecing, appliqué and quilting. Eight years ago she chose to cross over to what she referred to as "The Dark Side" and bought a longarm. Her quilting world instantly became enormous. Her greatest joy is helping others be successful in all aspects of quilting. Besides in her own book "You Can Quilt It" Deborah's work has been published in many magazines as well as many of Kim Diehl's books. Deborah was Kim's personal quilter for six years. Deborah has won numerous awards at many national shows including HMQS, MQX, AQS, Road to California, and Houston.

Email: dmjp5@aol.com

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Class List: 
Feathers For The Fearful
Curing Continuous Confusion Level 1
Curing Continuous Confusion Level 2
Hardcore Heirloom Feathers
Let's Get Registered
The Seven Deadly Sins


Dorie Hruska has a deep passion for color, texture and design. She is a 4th generation quilter beginning at 15 secretly creating a Lone Star quilt for her mother. After purchasing her first longarm in 2002, she opened her successful longarm business, Forever Quilting. Dorie's work has been featured in several books and publications and she has won numerous awards for her machine quilting at the local and national levels. Although she uses a variety of quilting designs and styles, Dorie is best known for her connecting designs, as seen in her new book, Making Connections.

Email: foreverquilting@ymail.com 
Website: www.forever-quilting.com  

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Emily Taylor has been a professional in the quilt industry since her first fabric collection debuted in 2009 with Riley Blake Designs. She produced over a dozen fabric collections as a Riley Blake designer. In 2017, Emily began creating collage art quilts. She now sells her patterns and teaches her unique technique for creating stunning collage quilts. In addition to being a designer and entrepreneur, Emily is a wife and mom to three children. She loves living in Utah, where she enjoys skiing and mountain biking in her free time!

Website: https://collagequilter.com/
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Collage Quilting 101


I have been a Longarm Quilter for 10 years. I’ve been teaching both locally and nationally for the past 3 years. I have received several national awards for both customer quilts and my own. My work has been published in several quilting publications. I’ve co-authored the book “Applique for Modern Beginners. I enjoy quilting with a passion and love to share my creativity with my students and other quilters.

Email: evaexcel13@yahoo.com
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Creative Longarm Applique And Background Fills
Stitch In The Ditch And More
Back To Basics
In The Grid
Feathers Galore
How Should I Quilt This?

Gail Berry … 30% homemaker, 28% mom, 75% quilter, 110% Gramma and not good at math. I live in a little town called Highland, which is not known for being Scottish, or for anything really, but it is a lovely town full of great people and neighbors. I love British history, early American history, quilting, cross-stitching and hand-work of all kinds.

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The Color Red - Lecture
History Of Quilts


Georgia Stull is a professional longarm quilter from Missouri. She is an enthusiastic teacher that loves to quilt, loves to teach and can’t wait to share a bit of that passion with her students. Georgia is a national and international Gammill Certified Statler Instructor in all versions of Creative Studio. Georgia will be teaching with the latest software release. She is also generous to share stories, tips and ideas that inspire her students to gain skills and confidence as quilters and business owners. For more information, please go to her website or Facebook page.

Email: heartlandquiltworks@gmail.com
Website: www.heartlandquiltworks.net 
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Statlerability E2E And Other Basics
Statlerability Borders And Sashes
Strategic Marketing To Boost Your Business
Design Delight
It's The Little Things 2.0
Statlerability Everything Custom
Start To Finish
Sometime Somewhere When You Least Expect It
Statlerability Working In SAM
Your Quilting Business - Make It Work For You

I'm a seamstress and mother. I sew clothing, blog, thrift, upcycle, design fabric, and teach sewing classes. I'm also a self-proclaimed fabric fondler.

Email: feathersflights@gmail.com
Website: www.feathersflights.com  
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The Process Of Upcycling And Refashioning
Lace Fabric Applique'
Knit Pencil skirt
The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe
Tote Bag With Leather Handles
Knit Circle Skirt


I began sewing when I was very young at the age of 6. I majored in Clothing and Textiles at BYU. I consider myself an apparel seamstress and I have sewn professionally for many years doing bridal, prom, drapery, and alterations. I love all aspects of sewing but quilting is my passion. I consider myself a teacher of sewing and currently run a sewing school in my home for girls of all ages where I teach basic sewing skills. I also enjoy teaching quilting classes of all kinds around the state. I love the people you meet and the friends you make along the way. I enjoy entering my quilts in shows and have received many awards including 2 best of shows at Springville quilt show as well as many at HMQS and my quilt Turkish delight has won nationally. Many of my quilts have been juried into National shows as well. I love all aspects of quilting from piecework to needle turn applique to hand quilting as well as machine quilting on my home Bernina and have taught these skills to many. I enjoy judging quilt shows and being on the other side of entering. Helen has served as President of Utah Valley Quilt Guild, as well as other board positions and she has served on the Utah Quilt Guild board for many years and the Quilt fest committee for the state guild. Many other local quilt organizations have been the recipient of her love of quilting and strong desire to further the fine art of quilting. Wife to a very supportive husband and mother of 6, and grandmother to 8, she loves gardening, cooking, and reading, and hiking.

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Creative Designs For The Domestic Machine
Finer Elements Of Machine Quilting
Machine Trapunto And Wholecloth Quilting


Jen an award winning quilter has been professionally machine quilting since 2004. In 2006 she began teaching machine quilting and maintenance to longarm quilters of all skill levels. Jen started her career in 2007 with A1 Quilting Machines. She loves seeing the creativity of all the wonderful people she gets to work with. Jen, her husband JC and their three children live in Utah.

Email: quilttopstop@gmail.com
Website: 800longarm.com
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Making Edge To Edge Easy
The Power Of P2P
A1 Quilting Machine Maintenance


Jodi Robinson has been a quilter for the past 23 years, and has been a professional longarm quilter for 21 years. She is a Gammill Quilt Artist, and has been teaching nationally at Quilting Shows for the past 12 years. Jodi has won numerous national awards for her machine quilting skills, including the award for Best Modern Quilt at multiple AQS Shows in 2014, and the Outstanding Modern Quilt Award at the 2015 Road to California show. In addition to teaching, Jodi designs pantograph designs, has self-published nine machine quilting design books, and provides professional longarm quilting services to her clients. Jodi’s books and classes focus on using quick and easy methods to create beautiful, freehand machine quilting designs that will personalize and make your quilting unique. You can visit her blog at: jrdesigns.wordpress.com

Email: jodidr2003@yahoo.com
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A Perfect Combination
How Should I Quilt This?
Straight Line Quilting With A Modern Twist
One Basic Shape... Endless Possibilities: Hexagons
Modern Simplicity
Stencil Magic


Kathie Beltz Professional Quilter ~ Teacher ~ Judge Studio 180 Design Certified Instructor I am totally addicted to quilting, and enjoy associating with other quilters who are equally addicted. I’ve been quilting since 1995, teaching since 2004, and judging quilts since 2007. I have been fortunate that some of my quilts have won awards at shows across the country, including A Quilter’s Gathering, Home Machine Quilting Show, Images at the Lowell Quilt Festival, Machine Quilters Exposition, Machine Quilting Today Upper Midwest Show, Maine Quilts, Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival, MQX Quilt Festivals, National Quilting Association, Quilting With Machines, Quiltweek Lancaster, Quiltweek Paducah, Road to California, Southern New Hampshire Quilt Festival, Vermont Quilt Festival, and World Quilt Show – New England. Several of my quilts were juried into the AQS show in Paducah in 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, winning ribbons in 2015 and 2017. As an award-winning quilter, I lecture, give demonstrations, and teach workshops at guilds, quilt shops, and quilt shows nationally. I especially enjoy teaching beginners. In 2013, I became a Certified Instructor for Studio 180 Design, Deb Tucker’s tool and technique company. The Studio 180 Design certified instruction program provides me with the opportunity to continue Deb Tucker’s tradition of excellent instruction combined with fun. Deb’s efficient techniques and her accurate tools make it easy to create beautiful quilts without a lot of fuss. In 2017, I launched Kathie Beltz Quilt Designs, my own line of companion patterns for Studio 180 Design tools. These quilt patterns are for smaller projects that look complicated but are easier to make than you may think. For more information on Studio 180 Design patterns and tools, or for information on workshops, lectures, or judging, I can be reached at Kathie@KathieBeltz.com or www.KathieBeltz.com.

Email: Kathie@KathieBeltz.com
Website: www.KathieBeltz.com  
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Around the Pond
Diamond Sparkle
Easy Color For Quilters
Spring Sparkle
Luscious Lemoynes
Scrappy Background For Applique'

Kelly says that creating is like breathing! For as long as she can remember, she has expressed herself through artwork. Her formal training was primarily in design, drawing, and studio painting, and she spent many years as a professional calligrapher. The day she was introduced to a longarm machine 5 years ago, was a natural transition and changed her life forever! Kelly's passion is transforming antique quilts and linens into modern pieces of art on the longarm. She is a Handi Quilter Ambassador and was named Teacher of the Year in 2017 at UQSM in Utah. Kelly travels and teaches at shops, quilt shows and guilds in the US and Internationally.  You will find Kelly living in Lawrence, KS, with her husband Carl.

Email: headredkc@gmail.com
Website: www.kellyclinequilting.com
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Doodle Draw & Quilt It
Fantastic Finishes, Transforming Your Quilt
I Just Got My Machine, Now What?
Quilting Vintage Linens: Hands-on
Quilting Vintage Linens: Lecture


Wife and mother to three by day, quick-stitching seamstress by night. Kimberly is the “sew”cialist behind the blog Sweet Red Poppy (www.sweetredpoppy.com). She is a fabric-hoarding, embellishment loving, color enthusiast, who enjoys putting her modern spin on sewing. In her spare time, you can find her dreaming up her latest design, stitching away like a wild woman and taking way too many photographs of her children, all in an effort to avoid the menial daily household tasks of motherhood.

Email: coffinkim@gmail.com
Website: www.sweetredpoppy.com  
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The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe
Baby Top Knot Hat
Baby Bib And Burp Cloth
Drawstring Backpack

Laurie graduated from Western Carolina University in 1976 with a BS degree in Art Education. After teaching art for two years, she returned to University to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She worked as a Registered Nurse for the next 28 years, while continuing to pursue her art in her off duty hours. She retired in 2009 and let quilting totally consume her life. In addition to numerous National and International quilting awards and being published in National magazines, she launched a successful pattern design company, Laurie Tigner Designs. She loves teaching and especially enjoys encouraging new quilters to gain confidence in their own abilities.

Email: laurietigner@gmail.com

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Mandala Applique
Progressive Feathers
Fantastical Feathers on Long-arm machine
Fantastical Feathers On Sit Down Domestic Machine
Carved In Stone
Cameo Quilting With Inktense


Megan's career teaching quilting began in Nebraska when she taught women to quilt to raise money to help build a church. It was also in Nebraska that she fell in love with antique quilts. ALL her quilts are hand-quilted. Megan taught for 7-8 years in Nebraska and was named as runner-up to "National Professional Quilt Teacher of the Year". She has taught at retreats in Utah and Idaho for the last 10 years. Her hand quilting is spectacular and she has won many awards for her skills. Megan believes in teaching the process of quilting rather than teaching a project. She never teaches a project, as she wants each person to have an individual quilt when they get finished. She believes in using up what you already have. She enjoys playing with blocks and techniques and coming up with new patterns and ideas. Megan has a passion for antique textiles. She loves to find and rescue old quilt blocks and tops. She then repairs and hand quilts them as the original maker might have. She was president of UVQG, and chairman for the Springville Museum of Art Quilt Show for 7 years. She has judged numerous quilt shows, and loves having her quilts judged so she can learn from the critique. Her biggest thrill of the last few years was having her quilts accepted into AQS national shows in Paducah, KY, Grand Rapids, MI., and Lancaster, PA.

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Vintage Revival
Hand Quilting-Improve Your Stitch


My mom taught me how to sew, crochet, knit and everything else in between. As a child I made baby quilts, Barbie® clothes and crocheted chains for jump ropes, and by the time I was 12, I was making my own clothes for school. Those creations only instilled in me the desire to be creative in other areas. I made my first patchwork quilt at age 14 (which I still have, by the way). Who knew what it would lead to? My love for quilting didn’t come until some years later. I started taking quilt classes at a local quilt shop, where my love for quilting grew. My first venture into professional and original designs was with stitchery patterns for pillows and fusible web applique for tea towels. In 2008 , my love for designing and creating grew and expanded to include quilts, and in 2010 Ribbon Candy Quilt Company was born. The quilts I design are for the busy quilters in all of us, so my patterns are usually fun, fast and done. I enjoy using fusible web applique because it’s so versatile and allows me to create my own images. The Seasonal Skinnies patterns are my signature, and the flagship of Ribbon Candy Quilt Company. I have published over 100 quilt patterns and 2 books . I’ve taught at a retreats and quilt shops, including two quilting cruises to Alaska and also New England. I’ve been in a number of publications including Quiltmaker 100 Blocks, Quiltmaker magazine, American Patchwork and Quilting 2013 calendar. I’ve been featured on Moda Bake Shop and have done online video courses with Craftsy. And my most resent online course with Craft U which launched on Nov 28, 2016. I was a guess quilter on the PBS Quilting Arts 1400 series TV program in summer of 2014. I’m crazy about what I do and feel so blessed to be involved in the wonderful world of quilting!! On a more personal note: I was born and raised in central California, but have been in Utah for the past 24 years. I’m married to a super guy and have 5 amazing children and one wonderful son-in-law. And when not in my sewing studio, you can find me enjoying time with my family or indulging in my other hobbies of reading, baking, playing or shopping for more fabric. ribboncandyquiltcompany.com

Email: ribboncandyquilts@q.com
Website: www.ribboncandyquiltcompany.com 
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Hoppers Picnic
Sew Happy! Fusible Web Applique
Delight-Learning Y Seams
Christmas Soxs
Hoots Hollow

Nicole is a seamstress, occasional quilter, and mother to one. She has a passion for color, bold prints, and terrible dancing. She has been sewing most of her life, but began sewing clothing regularly about 4 years ago after falling in love with fabric at Suppose (a fabric store in Preston, ID). She hasn't stopped since. 

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The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe

I’m a mother of two who loves the creative outlet of sewing. I am slowly working toward a handmade closet: a closet full of garments that I love and that fit me well. I love summer heat, bunny rabbits, and all things chocolate covered.

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The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe


Renae loves to quilt...and loves to share that passion with others. She has developed tools and techniques for piecing and quilting that have been used by many to create beautiful quilts. It thrills her to see students succeed and grow in their own quilting and piecing. Renae is always looking for new ways to challenge herself personally and professionally and believes that her physical, emotional and spiritual condition have a great impact on her quilting. Many of her quilts are entered in competitions and she has won top national awards...but her biggest thrill isn't winning. She considers the best part of quilting exploring the unlimited possibilities that the art affords and the friends that she has made along the way. Her latest endeavors have included working with INNOVA to advise in the development and testing of AutoPilot computerized system. Her experience with the AutoPilot MACH 3 is shared in the classroom in an easy to follow format. She works through from simple to complex in a sequential way that makes learning simple.

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Quilt It Quick
Mastering The Mask
Turning The Corner


I first found my love of sewing on a treadle machine, using a phone book to be able to reach the pedal. I pull from years of experience: from making my own school clothing in third grade, working in a jacket factory, a restaurant owner, computer programmer, accountant and now longarm quilter to combine techniques that apply across that experience to identify and solve problems (sometimes with some McGuyvering!) and increase your productivity. In all my classes, the goal is to give you an advantage: consistently square quilts, binding using the longarm, shortening your learning curve on pantos and rulers, and avoiding problems in quilt tops and backs in preparation for longarming.

Email: ssiever@gmail.com
Website: wheatridgestudios.com 
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Square and Straight (When Really It Ain't) - Wed
Getting Started With Pantographs
Take Me To Your Ruler
Binding By Longarm, Marketing That Works
Make These Quilting B's Your BFF's
Square And Straight (When Really It Ain't) - Sat
Binding By Longarm, Marketing That Works


Swan lives and works with her family in her studio in Corona de Tucson surrounded by our beautiful Arizona desert. She has been quilting since 2002, when she discovered that fabric and thread were her creative outlets and with them in hand she might become the artist she had always wanted to be. Now hardly a day goes by that she is not creating new designs, choosing fabric, or taking up the needle to make something that wants to escape her head. Applique is her true quilty love, but Swan has an affection for all methods and no desire to be limited. Free motion quilting has added excitement to her work in the last several years and allows Swan to realize those visions she has in her imagination to the fullest. To find out more about what Swan up to next, visit www.SwanAmity.com and enjoy her passion for quilting the world.

Email: swanamity@gmail.com
Website: www.SwanAmity.com
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Organic Machine Quilting
Divide And Conquer Quilting

I'm a busy mom of five that loves to sew for myself and my kids. I steal any chance I can to sew, photograph, and blog my makes over at SewSophieLynn.com. Nothing beats the feeling of finishing a new one-of-a-kind garment!

Website: SewSophieLynn.com 

Class List: 

The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe


Vicki specializes in custom freehand quilting. She loves to share her passion of quilting with others while teaching them the easiest way to achieve outstanding results. Her award-winning quilts lean toward a contemporary aesthetic. She has contributed many original designs to quilting magazines and Martingale books. She loves encouraging others to find their quilting voice. Visit Vicki at OrchidOwlQuilts.com

Email: orchidowlquilts@gmail.com
Website: www.OrchidOwlQuilts.com 
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Class List: 

Feather And Swirls Galore
Simple Grid Quilting
BFF's (Beautiful Fast Fillers) Of Quilting
Feathers And Swirls Galore - Lecture
Orchid Owl Trunk Show
Grid Quilting-Beyond Basics

Vienna is the self-taught seamstress over at The Late Sew, where she shares her late-night sewing adventures. In addition to making her own clothes and things for her family, she loves teaching sewing classes and spreading sewing joy throughout the world. She lives in Utah with her husband, three littles, and two cats.

Class List: 

The Case For A Handmade Wardrobe