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Saturday, 23 April 2011

Hunters Star Workshop

After this past week it is so nice to see new life hop, skipping and jumping around in the field next to my cottage and really nice to see my gorgeous tulips blooming in my courtyard garden.

As I haven't had time for sewing of late I will posting the pictures of the workshop I taught at Cowslip at the beginning of the month.
It is the Hunters Star and you can see what a terrific job everyone has made of them. I hope when I go back in September I will see some completed quilts.
I can't really remember precisely who's is who's here so if I get it wrong apologies .
I also wanted to show Jo's Organic Cafe at Cowslip. It was mothering Sunday and she had a full house. Well wouldn't you want to come and have lunch here surrounded by beautiful countryside good food and QUILTS!.


Margareka's ( hope I have spelt that right)


I think this is Mal's


I know this is Aileen's

Table set for Lunch at Cowslip



  1. This is one quilt pattern I have looked at - love Ellen's version but the others are great too. It looks a stunning graphic quilt pattern!

  2. All version's look good Sue. I so want to do this quilt with you one day. One day the timing will be right. Lunch at Cowslip is always a delight, such an inspiring place.
    Love Shirley.x

  3. Happy Easter Sue,
    Love each + every one of those Hunter Star quilts...also love,love,love Cowslip Workshops.

  4. pretty table!
    the hunter stars are fun to look at. amazing how color and value placement changes it.
    have a great weekend

  5. I love all of the quilts - it's amazing how different they all look.

  6. This is an amazing block and all the different fabric combinations look great. Happy Easter!

  7. Great quilts! Love Margarekas fabric choices.
    It looks like a lovely place for lunch.

    I love the view from your home!

  8. Wonderful quilts! And all so different.

    Have a wonderful Easter....

  9. Sue, this is a wonderful pattern. I like the distinct lines that form around the star. Thanks for sharing the photos. Someday I'd love to hop on a plane and take a course with you. ;-)
    Happy Easter! ~ Sarah

  10. Your tulips are very pretty by the fountain - what a treat to enjoy in your own garden. The quilts in progress are all very beautiful - so fun to see the various fabric selections.

  11. What a great quilt block. I love how it all finishes up. Your tulips are beautiful!

  12. Happy Easter Sue and doesn't it do the heart good all those little lambs and the tulips are so pretty. Thanks for sharing the works in progress of the Hunter Star each is beautiful and it would be lovely to see them all done.

  13. Isn't Cowslip a peaceful place? Lovely blocks - Happy Easter! :)

  14. Hi Sue
    Finally got a new "neuf" box to replace the broken "aol" one, so have no worries with the internet now and can spend the afternoon visiting my friends in blogland.
    The quilts created in your workshop are wonderful, what a bunch of talented women you all are, I am truly in awe of all quilters.
    I love quilts but do not have the talent to create my own so I'll keep getting my fix here!
    Off to google Cowslip now to see if I can visit there next week when we're in the UK for a short break.
    a bientot

  15. Oh, Cowslip looks a heaven, Sue!
    You must be a good teacher, all the work looks so good:)
    Your tulips have done well too:)

  16. What lovely quilts- I do love the hunter star pattern- there is something really elegant about it. Thanks for sharing all the ladies beautiful pieces.
    Warmest regards from Western Canada,