Quilt Walk Quilting Retreat 2010

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Now that things are settling back a bit to normal at the hive (well, what is normal?), I'm excited to talk about another quilt retreat occurring June 9-11 in Panguitch, Utah. It is called The Quilt Walk Festival. And you can read all about it here. The quilt walk has quite a history and a reason behind the name. I've only been once before but this year I'll be teaching along with some other amazing ladies like my friends Nedra, Brenda, Konda, Leslie & Norma, Joyce, Bonnie, Emily, and SOOO many more great teachers. I urge those that can make time in their schedule to do so quickly as registration is taking place now.
I'll be teaching my "Mixed Bag to Quilt" class. This is an easy bag in a great shape.
I swiped this pic from Sherri's blog. Sherri is the queen of Mixed Bags. She has made so many of them and she uses charm packs to make the strips. So clever.
I'll also be teaching my "Kettles in the Kitchen" which uses applique and easy construction.
There are 2 sizes for this quilt and it too is easy and fun. No matter which classes you take and from whatever teacher I know you'll love being in Panguitch in early summer. Think ahead to June and come to Panguitch and quilt with us!

-nanette
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39 comments

Diva Kreszl said...

I just love all the beautiful spring colors in these! thanks for putting some color into my grey & rainy day!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Nooo, are sure it is not August!!! With my daughter getting married July 3rd, I cannot come, but after, oh well, I will get to meet and take a class from you ladies some time!!

Jackie said...

Wow, That sounds like another phenomenal retreat!! Soon you will be traveling the rest of the states to teach. Hmmm... maybe you will come my way. I sure wish I could take a class or two from all you talented ladies.

Madame Samm said...

If you weren't sew far away I would be there in a lickity split...You should consider on online class, that I would sign up for in a lickity split too...
blessings madame samm
( love to make your tea kettle quilt)

Lori Holt said...

Nanette...every year I say I'm going to go but I havn't yet. June is such a hard time for me to get away...(too busy in the garden).
I wish I could come and take your bag class...you know I love it!
lori

Moose on the Porch Quilts said...

My sister just made that bag! I didn't realize it was yours. It turned out so great that I am thinking I may need one too! See you in Panguitch. This is my first year, can you believe it!?!

julieQ said...

What a pretty bag! I am working hard, but wish I could go too...enjoy the quilt walk!

Needled Mom said...

Wish that I lived closer and could attend.

Muddling Through said...

Looks like more fun for you and the fortunate ones who will be there to take classes. I really like the mixed bag to quilt pattern. Matter of fact, I need to make another one!

Brandie said...

Sounds like so much fun! Too bad I live too fara away. Maybe next time.

That Girl said...

Oh, how I would love to go to a retreat like this! Some day...

Jennifer :)

Sandi said...

Aha!!! I have been trying to think of the name of the town in Utah where my friend visited a quilt show in 2002. The name would not come to me until I read your post and there it was - Panquitch!!! I am trying to find the name of a quilter there and I will send you an e-mail with some info as you may be able to help us - me and my quilty friends - find this quilter so we can share a fun story about the quilt project that she inspired us to do. Wish I could be there to take your "Kettles" class. Someday....... :-)

Rae Ann said...

It sounds so fun! I would love to come and take classes from you and Nedra.
It was fun being with you Saturday. Thanks for the wonderful treat!

Nedra said...

I'm really looking forward to teaching with you at Panquitch! We will have so much fun together.

Sherri said...

Glad things are settling down for you...but what fun you've been having! I'm hoping to sneak over to Panguitch and at least take in a trunk show!

Pat said...

Wish I lived closer to Utah as you gals seem to be FULL of wonderful quilting ideas and do terrific retreats, too.

belinda said...

Sounds like more fun coming your way...wow...sooo much talent all in one spot again!!!

quilts said...

Nanette,
thanks for the wonderful plug for the Quilt Walk festival. We have so many wonderufl teachers coming and we really have alot of fun things planned! All the great teachers are just the frosting on the cake! Claudia

Thimbleanna said...

It would be SO nice if you guys would all just move back here!!! ;-)

pratima said...

I wish I could take an applique' class with you, Nanette... your sweet and cuddly quilts are always tempting :)

Kaaren said...

Wish I could join you all, Nanette but I'll be there in spirit.

Your projects look wonderful!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

The retreat sounds like a lot of fun. Love your quilt and that bag. I gotta get your bag pattern. It's sooo dang cute.

The Quilt Buddy said...

Gosh I am jealous...another fun retreat! I know that everyone who takes your "Kettles in the Kitchen" class will love it.

amy smart said...

Oh wow. That sounds so wonderful! One of these years (decades?) I will make it.

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Janet said...

That sounds like a very fun retreat. I love the bags.

randi said...

the projects are adorable and the retreat sounds wonderful. wish i could attend!

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Jan said...

Sounds like an awesome Retreat Nanette and what a lovely thing to look forward to :) Oh and what a fantastic gift of cherries you received below!

Joyce said...

I can't wait to teach at the retreat! It is always so much fun.. I love Panguitch! I always spend my birthday at Quilt Walk.. there is nothing better! Love everything you do! Wish I could get into the bright colors.. maybe that will be a goal of mine..Take care and thanks for the plug to my website!!! hugs

Susan said...

Now that would be a real treat to take a class by you Nanette. The Kettles in the Kitchen quilt is gorgeous!

Carrie P. said...

What great projects you will be teaching. Wish I could go.

Simone de Klerk said...

Why don't I live nearby, so I could follow your classes. I would LOVE to!!!

em's scrapbag said...

Oh it's going to be so fun! Looking forward to spending time with you.

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