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Spring Remote Fest 2022 - Member

Spring 2022 Utah Quilt Guild

“Remote” Fest Classes

Spring is here and it’s time for our 2022 Remote Fest Classes.  Join us for 4 classes with over a full month of viewing, from April 2 to May 8, 2022.  The teachers this year are wonderful, and the classes will be a lot of fun.  You don’t want to miss it! 

Registration is a flat fee of $20 (for members), and $40 for non-members, and yes, we will verify your 2022-23 membership before providing the link to the classes.  So, it’s better to join! 

 Patterns, are separate and may be purchased directly from the teachers. Questions for the teachers about supplies needed before the class?  Their information is as follows

Florence Evans –

Deonn Stott –

Emily Bailey –   

Class Title:  How Do I Quilt It? 



Join Kim Sandberg and Kristina Whitney, two of our local Handi Quilter studio educators, as they walk you through the steps of deciding how to quilt your next project. Whether you quilt it yourself, or hire out the quilting, this class will consider many different ways to audition designs, choose thread and pick the best batting for your project. This class teaches you how to build your own quilting committee.   This class has been taught at major shows across the country, and it’s available to the Utah Quilt Guild as a first showing in this format.

Class Title:  Irish Jig  


Project – pattern will be available as a free pdf download with the course. 

Levels:  All levels 

Class Description: 

What looks like an Irish Chain, but is so much faster to put together?  Florence has a great way using the The Irish Jig pattern to showcase a "layer cake", a collection of themed fabrics or just scraps.  Although the construction is simple, the tips and tricks provided in this class will help keep you organized and allow for stress-free construction.  Once you make your first Irish Jig, you'll want to keep making more! This will become a "go-to" pattern for seasonal or holiday sofa throws or quick gifts.  The pattern is easily enlarged for bed-sized quilts. 

Size: 46" x 58" or 54" x 66" (with optional borders) 

Supply List:

One "Layer Cake" (40 @ 10" squares) or use your scraps, fat quarters or stash

Background fabric: 

     One yard (without optional border)


     1 3/4 yards (for the background AND borders of the same fabric)

Sewing Machine

Rotary cutting equipment and rulers

Design surface or a piece or flannel or batting


Teacher : Florence Evans

Class Title:  I Love Applique

Technique  – pattern will be available as a free pdf download with the course.

Levels:  All levels


Deonn invites you to join this "Love"-ly class and explore a variety of different ways to appliqué using supplies from around the house, including a fun bonus element to make this sweetheart of a quilt!  

Fabric Requirements/Cut List:

Heart Blocks:  About 3/4 yard each red and white prints (may use assorted prints)

     Cut (5) red 10" squares and (4) white 10" squares.  Save the leftovers for applique' hearts

 Sashing:  1/2 yard each red and white 

     Cut (8) 1-3/4" x width of fabric strips

 Border/Binding:  1 yard

      Cut (4) 5" wof (width of fabric) strips for borders

      Cut (5) 2-1/4" wof strips for binding

 Other Supplies:

 Matching thread, glue stick, sharp scissors, removable marking pen or pencil.  

Helpful tool:  Edge-joining/Top-stitching foot for sewing machine (foot with a guide bar in the center; not the hem-stitching foot).

 Teacher Deonn Stott



Class Title:  Sunshine on a Cloudy Day

 Project - Pattern Fee: $8  Contact Emily Baily directly for the pattern 

 Levels:  All levels


 Emily will help you discover the versatility of the half square triangle. She will help you master your best method for success and gain insight into how to scale for larger or smaller projects. All while, you will creating a beautiful scrap friendly quilt

 Supply List: 

   2 yards background fabric

   2 yards scrappy fabrics

   flying geese ruler or triangles on a roll

   basic sewing kit


 Teacher:  Emily Bailey

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