Friday, April 12, 2013

Longarm Class at Handi Quilter in Salt Lake City


This post was hibernating as a blog draft for 20 months.

The Baby Lock Germany Company I work for sent  my French coworker Jo and me to a longarm quilting training held at the headquarter of  Handi Quilter, manufactorer of the  best longarm machines.

Together with my coworker Jo we spent a week  in Salt Lake City to be trained on a longarm machine by Handi Quilter. The people at Handi Quilter are the nicest, most generous people you can think of.
Our demonstrators did a great job to show us all the tips, techniques and tricks about longarm quilting.
We learned all about tension, threads, pantographs and rulers.
Thank you very much, Vicky, Hattie, Chery, Mindy and Marie for answering every question.


 Girls having fun.


Many threads to choose from.

A happy quilter.


Ruler work.





Brenda took us on a tour at Handi Quilter.



At Handi Quilter's head quarter there were quilts on display anywhere. Even in the bathroom and the offices you could see them.

After working on the longarm machines we went shopping . I don't remember the name of this little village but there were nice shops like Quilt shops, Yarn Shops  Gift shops and more.





Jo and me under a birds nest.




This goose had the best place for sure.






The Temple in Salt Lake City. 



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