Payson Quilt Show
at Peteetneet
This year's Featured Artist is Lisa Dunn

My earliest quilting memory is playing under quilt frames while my grandmother and her family and friends hand quilted a quilt. My Grandmother (Geneva Montague Hansen from Payson) encouraged my creativity and taught me to sew. She helped me make my first quilt top when I was 12 years old. When it was time to make my wedding dress, I wanted to incorporate my love of quilts. She helped me figure out how to patch work the skirt.

I live in Spanish Fork with my husband Donald W. Dunn. We have four children and eight grandchildren. I really started quilting with the birth of our first grandchild.

I love the process of creating quilts for special people and occasions. I usually pick a project with someone in mind. My only quilting rule is- “It’s not finished until it has a label!” I have shared my passion for labels by teaching classes for quilt groups. I love and appreciate all kinds of quilting. I have served in different positions and belong to several quilt groups. I love meeting and learning from other quilters. Quilters are awesome people, always willing to share and teach what they know. Quilting is great creative therapy!



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 10 North 600 East
       Payson, UT 84651


Payson's Peteetneet 14th Annual Quilt Show! September 9th-17th 2016 at the Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center. Enter your quilts on Sept. 7th & 8th Join us Friday Sept. 9th and Saturday Sept. 10th for classes, demos, quilt walk, historic home tour, and more!