Heather Lofstrom brings us a Trunk Show from her collection of personal quilts and some of her Antique Quilts.
Heather grew up in the Grand Valley area. She says that her love for sewing started with 4-H and has become a lifelong passion. She began quilting at age 23 and is still going strong. She currently works for BERNINA of America and travels for BERNINA Event team. She plans a power point presentation about the fun places that she has been and the new trends in the quilting industry.
Following Heather’s presentation, our Annual Community Affairs Sew-In will be held in the American Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall.
Come and join us as we spend the afternoon making blocks and assembling quilts to create tokens of love and caring for those undergoing treatment at the St. Mary’s Cancer Treatment Center in Grand Junction. During the past year, Sunset Slope Quilters donated 90 lap size quilts to this program. Thanks to all our members who give the gift of their time to bring a little joy to those that need a little sunshine in their life.