Waiting In The Wings

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Design Wall Monday

Slower progress than I had hoped on my Midnight At The Oasis quilt, still to sew the last round of blocks and I am cutting the next round, Churn Dash which should be 3" finished, but following the lead from another participant in the Quiltalong I intend to make them a little larger. 

I'm going to be linking with Judy at  Patchwork Times on her Design Wall Monday, loads of lovely work in progress to see there!

I have two or three other projects on the go and I bought fabric yesterday to start another one.

This cot size quilt will be for our newest grandson, I have one or two more fabrics put away to add to these, but I just love owls and couldn't resist buying this. I had bought safari style fabric a few months ago for him but decided it wasn't colourful enough so that's waiting for another day! This will be one for DWM in the next few weeks.

House chore list getting longer so time to get busy

Have a good quilting week and Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends



Julierose said...

Oh that MATO is turning out to be just gorgeous--I really love that background color a lot--it makes the whole quilt look so rich...hugs, Julierose

Nancy said...

These two projects reflect that you have a great "eye" for color.

Sally Trude said...

I really like how your Midnight quilt is coming along! I loved the darker polka dot patches, but the new full pink border proves you were right. And I have to ask: what happened to that fabric addict's pledge? Cheers from Sally

Beth in MN said...

Midnight At The Oasis is turning out to real eye-candy. It is great. I love all the wonderful color!!

Barb in Mi said...

As I have said before: your MATO is beautiful! Admiring your patience - your grandson will love his new quilt with such fabulous fabrics!

imquilternity said...

mmm... I'm loving what you are doing with the MATO. So different from the original and, in a way, much more interesting! I like that you've make it your "own." It's lovely.