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Registration is open!

In order to register, you will need to:
Step 1. Fill out the registration form - Click here. You only need to submit this form once.  Anytime you need to get back to this page, click the back button (left facing arrow) at the top, left of the page. 
Step 2. Pick the RemoteFest Registration "class".  Click here.

Step 3.  Pick any of the RemoteFest Add-ons. You will automatically be registered for all of the classes.  Click here to see Classes and Add-ons, including pictures, supply lists and other details. Click on title or picture for the details. Add-Ons must be ordered by August 31st to ensure availability.

Step 4.  Pay for your registration and Add-ons in your cart. Use the Member's code that is in the Beeline as the coupon to get 30% off the registration cost.

(Step 4 Troubleshooting:  A few of you have been getting the message: "Checkout is disabled on this domain.  If you feel this is in error, please contact support."  This is not your fault, but a glitch in the system.  Please email me at for instructions on how to fix it.)
Step 5. You will receive an email with your purchases (even free purchases) when you are registered.
Step 6. Watch for an email on September 17th for the links to the videos.

Notes:  With the exception of "Curious About Rulers," you do not need to register for any individual classes, just the Add-ons.  Classes may be viewed anytime after the listed start time, through Oct. 3, 2020. 

***Please honor the integrity of the Guild and do not give codes or links for RemoteFest to those who have not registered or received their own Membership Discount code.  Thank you.


Agenda for RemoteFest, Click on blue title for picture, then click on picture or title for details.

September 17 and 18 classes and teachers will be:

September 19 events:


Nominee for President-elect: Louise Mudd

Nominee for Vice-President: Ruth Davis


Utah Virtual Quilt Show 2020

When I go to a guild meeting or any quilt show, I enjoy seeing the quilts and hearing or reading the stories.  While this year will be different, we do have an opportunity to share our quilts and the stories from this year. We are going to have an on-line (virtual) show (and short written tell) of our quilts.  

This year our quilts won’t be judged, these are all for fun.  Have you finished quilts from prior Quiltfests this year?  Show us the pictures and tell us how long it took you to complete the quilt.  I’ve almost completed a quilt from the 2008 Quiltfest.  I’m hoping it’s done in the next few weeks.  If not, at least the one I started in 2011 or maybe it was 2012 is going to be completed (I hope).  Please let us see what you’ve been working on.  I always find it fun to be inspired by what others have accomplished.  Did you try a new technique?  Did you love it or will you never do it again.  Share a bit of your story so we can learn (and maybe laugh) along with your adventures.

Are you part of a guild and you want to share the guild challenge from this year (or last).  Enter the quilts and tell me which “group” you are a part of for this show.  I’ll bundle them together so we get a better idea of what as a group you have been working on.

Assuming next year we are back to something more normal, we will add a year to the Quilt eligibility requirements, so sharing this year, doesn’t change your quilt’s eligibility for next year.

The form to submit your pictures and stories is linked here and below for on-line submissions.  I’m looking forward to seeing the wonderful work that has been going on across the state.  If you have questions about how to submit your information, please call Louise Mudd at 385-445-8500 or 801-771-9379.  Leave a message if I don’t answer or send me an email at or text me at 385-445-8500.



The Utah Quilt Guild (UQG) is a non-profit organization formed in 1977 to encourage, promote and preserve the art of quilt making in Utah.

 To achieve these goals, the UQG fosters an appreciation of fine quilts, sponsors and supports quilt shows, teaches quilt making and seeks out and preserves the history of quilting and quilt makers.