Handi Quilter 2 Day Hands on EVENT!!!!!!


Cost: $250.00
Early Bird Price before June 30th $200.00
Dates: Tue, Jul 23, 2023 - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wed, Jul 24, 2024 - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
The Handi Quilter van and machines will be in Walla Walla for a total of four days of hands-on education, inspiration and fun. This class is a 2-day class for people interested in purchasing a Handi Quilter. This class is Tuesday and Wednesday July 23rd & 24th. Come get your hands on the HQ Amara using free motion and Pro-Stitcher techniques. National Educator, Sandy Rindlesbach, will be on hand to guide you through each of the sessions. You will leave not only with new confidence and inspiration but also with handouts to use to recreate and support the information and training from each session. This is a great time to see if Handi Quilter is right for you and if owning is in your future. ????

*** This is the Time to See if the Longarm life fits YOU!!!! ***
Click here for info & Registration Form!!!!
Skill Level: Beginner
Instructor Name: Sandy Rindlesbach
Instructor Bio: Sandy loves all things fabric, especially all forms of longarm quilting. She started her needle arts journey in her childhood; learning knitting, crochet, needlepoint, cross-stitched and garment sewing. Growing up in the very center of Utah, she participated in opportunities available to improve these skills, entering county and state fairs and receiving blue ribbons. She can’t remember a time when sewing and needle arts were not a part of her life. Purchasing a HQ Fusion® in 2010, Sandy began her longarm journey. She spent many years doing free-motion and ruler work before purchasing a HQ Forte® with Pro-Stitcher®. Sandy enjoys the freedom to be able to use free-motion, ruler, and Pro-Stitcher on her quilts. Most of her quilts use all of these methods. Sandy especially loves feathers and enjoys teaching feather classes. In addition to quilting, she has made many Cosplay costumes for her family. Sandy has won quilt awards including First Place Wall Hanging at HMQS and Best of Show at Utah State Fair Challenge Contest. When not quilting, Sandy hand-dyes her own fabric. Frequently, the backings of her quilts have been hand-dyed to coordinate with the top. She loves playing with color and anything quilt related. Sandy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University. Prior to becoming a National Educator for Hand Quilter, Sandy was a Communications Consultant/Project Manager for an international Payroll and Benet’s company. She lives in West Jordan, Utah and is blessed with 4 brilliant children and 2 outstanding grandchildren.