Tuesday, February 7, 2017

ScrapHappy Saturday - RSC17 - Week 6

Welcome to Week 6 of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge!!  I am SEW grateful that Angela has kept this LINK PARTY going.  It brightens my weekends and urges me to dig into my scrap bins. Thanks!!

Let's see how this week played out...

SUNDAY - After finishing my SEW SOME LOVE link post, I went to sew with friends.  (I use the term loosely, since I didn't SEW a stitch!!)  I trimmed the last of the blocks for the T-Quilt... TURQUOISE in the mix:


And... sorted through Britt's SEA GREEN scraps (knicked a few, too!)  These are the ones that I pressed for Super Bowl Sewing:



The ACTUAL sewing:




Too bad the game changed during the 4th quarter!!  :o((

MONDAY - Knit Group started the day off right.  NOT!!  I took a trip around the world with my friend, Tiffany.  Went from Hillsborough to Kings Mountain and back today, including a stop at Mary Jo's and IKEA.  It was a good, but exhausting day.  I was up at 5 AM!!!  Met at 5:45 and didn't get home until around 3:45 PM.

I did have a few SEA GREEN sightings at Foust...



And AQUA at IKEA:


I decided that I needed to switch nail color when I got home:


FOUR different shades of SEA GREEN for the RSC!!!
Along with (a daylight glimpse of) my Super Bowl block.

TUESDAY - My FREE day!!  The first thing that I did was write up last week's monthly Quilt Bee meeting notes.  My NEW notebook just happens to be in February's Color of the Month:



The next thing I did was go meet a friend for coffee, followed by lunch and some shopping.  TURQUOISE sightings...

Consignment Shop:




Thrift Store:





WEDNESDAY - My WORK day!!  Several quilt projects vied for my attention (including linking my Sew Some Love Sunday post with Kat's SEW SOME LOVE Link-up, along with a few errands and some cleaning.)

Which quilt won, Joyful???

FIVE Rainbow Strings... made thanks to my friend, Britt:


The Police Quilt auditioned border choices:


AND cutting for (the future) Scrap Jar Stars and RSC X blocks:



They all begged for attention (that I happily provided.)


This Color Cue QUILT LINK comes to you from 100 Days of Modern Quilting, where To Ithica shared her own (blue) blue version of the quilt. :P

The quilt in the link checks all the boxes for February's Color of the Month for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.  Enjoy!!

THURSDAY - Is it my imagination or are weeks getting SHORTER?!?!  I did manage ONE String block for the Rainbow Strings expansion project:




Hey, look!  There are even some SEA GREEN spots!!

FRIDAY - Another busy day, but the afternoon was devoted to finishing ONE green String block:


My friend, Bo, gave me a bag of HST makers... with AQUA background.  It made for the perfect Leader/Ender...


... For the LAST green String block for the Rainbow String expansion project:


PLUS...

I made progress on my SEA GREEN Scrap Jar Stars!!

Laying out the squares for the 16-Patch portion:



Making the HSTs with some TEAL in there:


Creating the corner units:


All BEFORE dinner!!

AFTER dinner, I took the time to square up the HSTs:


However, I determined that I was too tired to do any more sewing.
SEW... Additional progress will have to wait for tomorrow.

SATURDAY - Angela posted her LINK PARTY and I joined in the fun.  If YOU like any shade of SEA GREEN, go check out the lovely projects for a boatload of inspiration.

I'll check in with the other RSC Quilters later today, but for now, I'm headed up to the sewing room to see what trouble I can get into before time to start ANOTHER load of laundry.  :o))

Also linking up with Cynthia for Oh Scrap!

Until next time...
Get Scrappy!!!


20 comments:

  1. Love all the aqua pictures, funny how aqua shows up everywhere this month. Nice string blocks.

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  2. I can see why you were tired--you did a lot! Lots of coming and going and sewing and.......!

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  3. A busy week of sea green findings

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  4. A busy week filled with stitching, shopping and fun time with friends. What could be better?

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  5. Wow you have a lot of wonderful projects happening. I am not surprised, I am one of those kind of people too;-) I saw a pretty light aqua car today-LOVE!

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  6. Love your new nail polish and sea green sightings around town! Have fun getting to your projects this week!

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  7. You have had a busy, busy week and with so many pretty aquas.

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  8. Okay may I say I LOVE LOVE your nails!! Fun post, hope you are sewing up a sea green storm!

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  9. So Foust is still around? in King's mountain? I use to travel to there once a year in the 90s when I was mass producing and selling country jumpers. They had the best denim and other fun stuff.

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  10. Quite a collection of aquas this week. Your blocks are coming along nicely. Keep up the good work!

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  11. Thank you for visiting my RSC2017 February post. Your aqua/turquoise/teal themed post has been wonderfully entertaining!

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  12. Well you've done a lot more sewing than I have! And all that sea green - pretty.

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  13. You got lots of sewing done this week! And saw lots of aqua!

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  14. Whew! What a week :) Loved seeing all the turquoise colored items ;)

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  15. You always manage to get so much done. Love all your blocks and projects.

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  16. What an amazing amount of progress! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!!

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  17. You have such fun weeks! I'm digging into the scrap bins today... will see what I can find to send out.

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  18. Wow, you have been busy!! An IKEA trip wears me out for days -- LOVE that place! :) Your nails (and scrappy bits) look great!

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  19. I love how you looked for the colour in all sorts of places....
    Hugz

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