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April Meeting 2018 – fabric weaving

Barbie teaching fabric weaving.  This will be a fun night full of learning something new.

Supplies needed will be sent out prior to the meeting. Some supplies will be given or available for purchase.

Date: April 19, 2018

Time: 7 pm

Place: Handi Quilter  501 N 400 W, North Salt Lake

show & tell theme: learning a new technique or a challenge. Bring a project or quilt that you have done either with. Feel free to share your story and adventure while showing it off.


March Meeting 2018 – introducing this years challenge

Christine Ricks will introduce our challenge for this year.  It will be based on vintage or antique quilts and making them new, modern in our own way.

The challenge will be something that you work on your own, but feel free to share during meetings, talk about anything you are struggling with or share your progress.

She is also finalizing details for a field trip to the DUP museum in SLC in March as well. 

Date: March 15, 2018

Time: 7 pm

Place: Handi Quilter  501 N 400 W, North Salt Lake

show & tell theme: improv quilts – bring what you have made that’s an improv style. Any color, style, size will do!

extra activity: possible chat about a mini swap with another quilt guild group

education: how to prep quilts for quilt shows—


Feb. 15, 2018 Love for Scraps & Organizing

Happy Love Month, join us For —— the love of scraps with Brooke Johnsen of @pitterputterstitch

Brooke Johnsen

She’ll be sharing her tricks and techniques to organize scraps.

Date: February 15, 2018

Time: 7 pm

Place: Handi Quilter  501 N 400 W, North Salt Lake

show & tell theme: hearts, pink, red, white….something ‘lovely’


August Recap

We had a great time at Hands on Art in August. Iraima, the owner was great to go over the color wheel and break it down for us. She recommended this color wheel. It comes in a bigger size too. Here’s a great site that breaks down the definitions of the basic color relationships: Complementary, Monochromatic, Analogous, Analogous, Triadic and Tetradic. 

We then went through the quilts we shared and looked for these color relationships. Afterwards we played with scraps of fabrics and found these color relationships.

So many details in this beautiful quilt by Kim

Top quilt by Barbie and bottom quilts by Marcea

Top L by JaNean using fabrics Barbie dyed. Top R Mindy’s baby quilt. Bottom two by Sylvia

For those that missed out, there’s a Creative Webinar coming up next month on the Color Wheel for quilts. Make sure you sign up online. Also check out this months’ pattern: Positively Transparent for some Color Wheel fun.

Some projects from Sewing Saturday. We missed those that couldn’t make it.