Karen Stone, and Louisa Smith (I couldn't find a photo of her, so here's her book)
The festival is being held at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center, that is connected to the Hampton Inn Hotel Center (pictured below).
Tuesday-Opening Social to meet the teachers and hear a little about them
Wednesday-all day fabric dyeing class with the Festival luncheon with Jane Sassaman speaking
Thursday-Orphan block class....I may or may not go to it...see how I feel
Friday-Lecture about scrappy quilts and how to use up your fabric stash
The festival runs through Saturday, but I couldn't decide on any classes I really felt the need to take that day. The luncheon that day is the business meeting for the festival...auction of table centerpieces and other fundraisers. I am really excited about the fabric dyeing class. We are suppose to wear old clothes and bring a 5 gallon bucket, sponge brushes/stamps and any other small containers to practise dyeing techniques. I have a couple (okay, a few!)landscape plans in my brain, but I always stop because I can't find the correct fabrics to do what I want to do. Maybe dyeing my own fabric will change that!
In Closing:Any quilt teacher, local or well known, that you've especially enjoyed taking a class from? Me-it would be a local teacher Carol Johnson, who does amazing journal sized landscape quilts. She's a great teacher too...very easy to understand and very helpful, if you are slow, like me!