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Thursday, June 15 • 8:00am - 9:50am
An Old Barn Quilt… FULL

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Barn quilts have become a unique feature across America.  This course will provide background information and an opportunity to create a small barn quilt for a shed or porch.  Participants in this workshop will connect geometric designs, math concepts and painting techniques to create a small wooden barn quilt (small enough to pack in luggage). You will be anxious to return to the country! 


Speakers
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Darlene Christensen

Associate Extension Professor, Utah State University Extension
Darlene Christensen has been with Utah State University Extension for 15 years. In addition to serving as the supervisor for Tooele County SNAP-ed program, she is the state-wide youth program coordinator.
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Carolyn Washburn

USU Extension FCS Professor - Washington County, Utah State University Extension
Carolyn is a semi retired USU Professor in Washington County. She loves the FACS teaching areas of focus and values the profession. Carolyn enjoys her grandchildren, a little travel and presenting with Darlene.



Thursday June 15, 2017 8:00am - 9:50am MDT
D118 Sewing Lab