Making Hunter's Star quilts

Hello Friends.  A big Thank you to my guy for all the work he does setting up for workshops.  Setting up for a workshop is lots of hauling and heavy lifting, taping and electrical stuff.  All of which I could not do by myself.  Also, the trip to town to set up has become a bit of a date, (just a peek into our crazy busy lives, but hey, I'll take it!) as we get to spend time together, and go for supper afterwards.

 The Hunter's Star Workshop fell on Halloween this time.  Oh what a blast!  Dressing up was not mandatory,  but I knew the quilter's would take this opportunity to get a little crazy! 

Then there are those who just kick it up a notch and get right into the spirit of things!

Now lets not forget the learning aspect.  The quilters found their inner designer, and by the end of the workshop, the Hunter's Star creations were beginning to take shape. 

I love to see the finished creations, so remember when you get your design done email me a picture so I can share it with everyone.  All in all we had a blast and I can't wait for the next one! 

Thank you everyone for spending some special quilting time with me.  Can't wait to do it again.   

Thank you everyone for spending some special quilting time with me.  Can't wait to do it again.


Well, speaking of the next workshop!  I'm busy getting things ready for the Quilting Symposium in March, featuring Anita Zobens.  I like to be prepared, you know, time has a way of creeping up on us.  If you haven't heard the buzz click here for more information.  

A friend and I spent the day cutting kits for the workshop. Productivity at its finest when you get so into cutting that there was no time to aim for that trash can.  LOL  Now who's gonna clean up that mess!! :(                           

That's all for now friends.  Thanks for dropping by. I think I'd better go tidy my studio! 

Until next time,  stay safe, enjoy our beautiful weather, and go make your own mess!