Sunday, 9 June 2013

Midnight at the Oasis

Couldn't help but notice on Saturday that my cutting table was a mess.
When I was cleaning up it dawned on me that I hadn't made
any blocks for my Tula Pink Scrap project for a bit. The one I made the
grand statement here that I was going to do one block a day for
100 days.  So I started diving into my scrap containers and preparing
some blocks.  All was going well (about 8 blocks cut) but there is a pattern 
sitting on my table that has been haunting me for a few weeks now.  
I took it to Millrose with me last weekend and walked around many 
times trying to find some fabrics.  These three came home with me :o)

Meet my new project
"Midnight at the Oasis"
designed by Jen Kingwell of Amitie Textiles in Melbourne

I am going to "channel" my inner Susan here and give the needle turn a real go.
(Yay! Circles that look like circles)

and curse at the "y" seams!

So far everything except the three prints above is coming from my 
scrap baskets. LOVE using my scraps.

Today my girls decided to have a Toy Story marathon
so I decided to join them.

After Toy Story 1, 2 and 3 I have this :o)

So, another project added to the list. Just as well I like
to work with a variety of projects and styles.

Better go, The Block is on.

Hugs, Sharon


  1. Your new project is looking gorgeous already Sharon!! Beautiful fabric choices. xx

  2. Wow! That is really impressive, you got so much done. Beautiful!

  3. Omg you are amazing this is so stunning,i wonder if i watch toy story if my work will turn out like that,lol,well done Shaz.xx

  4. Another lovely project....and your needleturn looks great. I really like the colours you have chosen.

  5. Wow you are so clever...looks fantastic.

  6. I've been admiring this on Instagram! It's beautiful! I especially love the purples!

  7. wow a great start! I love those fabrics you picked up at Mill rose and they are working beautifully in this project.
    lovely needleturning.

  8. I love the look of the new quilt! She designs beautiful quilts!

  9. What a nice pattern, and I love your new fabrics! It's looking good. :o)

  10. Your pattern looks great and your choice of fabrics are lovely.

  11. You are remarkable. You achieve so much and it is all wonderful

  12. This is really pretty - good luck!

  13. Oh...... Sharon that is going to be stunning... you are so clever to find the colours to coordinate in your scraps and a great pattern for them too.....
    As usual I am amazed at how much progress you make...

  14. This is going to be amazing Sharon.

  15. Fabulous!! Jen never fails to disappoint in her patterns but you have to get the fabrics just right. I am too scared to try one yet as my confidence in choosing co-ordinating fabrics is not quite there.

  16. Way to go! That is looking great.

  17. Ohh wow that looks amazing . . . .

    Gorgeous design and colours

  18. Beautiful as usual Sharon.Love your work.x


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