Midnight At The Oasis Quilt {Progress}

My Midnight at the Oasis quilt is progressing nicely and I couldn't be happier with how it's coming along. 

So far, I've only used scrap fabrics from my tub which makes me very happy. Happy to know that those little bits that I save, are being put to use.






I enjoyed making the little 3" churn dash blocks, but I must admit that after making 52 of them, I am looking forward to starting on some different blocks for the next pieced border. 


My 'One Monthly Goal' (OMG) for August is complete... with over a week to spare. Nice! I'll have to start thinking about my goal for next month.



16 comments

  1. Congratulations on your August finish, I love the colors so refreshing to look at.
    Thank-you for sharing.

    Catherine

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    1. Thanks Catherine. I've surprised myself and finished the next border. At this rate, I'm hoping that I might finish the quilt top for my September OMG.

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  2. The churndash blocks are a perfect border for your quilt! Love all the colours in there - beautiful!!

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    1. Thank you. It's certainly going to be a very bright and colorful quilt :-D

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  3. Fabulous, I love the pops of colour everywhere. x

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    1. Thank you Kay. Your comment makes me very happy :)

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  4. Stunning - You have a very good eye for colours.

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  5. This quilt looks really really really cute and pretty. I love the fabrics and choices you made. Superb!!

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    1. Thank you so much Rosemary. This is one super bright and colorful quilt. Might need some sunglasses to look at it once I'm finished with it ;-)

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    1. Thanks Fiona. I’m very pleased with how it’s coming along… and I’m enjoying using up lots of little bits.

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  7. I love seeing what comes out of others scrap baskets. Very pretty.

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    1. Thank you.
      It’s amazing the scraps that we quilters hoard. I saw a blog the other day where someone makes a quilt with her scraps every month. That’s the sort of dedication I wish I had, but sadly, I still have scraps from my first sewing projects, back 8 or 9 years ago.

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  8. This is looking wonderful! Love all your scrappy colour!

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    1. Thank you Linda. It's coming along so nicely and i'm glad to be using some scraps (though the level of the scrap basket never seems to get any lower).

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