Saturday, April 22, 2017

ScrapHappy Saturday - RSC17 - Week 16

Welcome to Week 16 of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge!!  Each week, Angela hosts a LINK PARTY to share all of the wonderful projects the RSC Quilters have been up to.  I join in with any progress I've made.  Not sure how this week will turn out.  Let's have a look day by day...

SUNDAY - Cooking, traveling, and enjoying family were on today's agenda.  Happy Easter to all who celebrate!!

MONDAY - Knit Group...



... (where I exchanged this project for another) was followed by an afternoon helping out a dear friend.  That was followed by my monthly Quilt Guild meeting.

TUESDAY - I spent the morning in my sewing room before meeting a friend for lunch.  The afternoon was spent working on projects at Needleb's:



While this photo may appear to be the same as in prior weeks, all of the linings are cut and all of the straps are prepared for these bags.

WEDNESDAY - Stay-at-home day?  Sort of...  I threw in a quick trip to the grocery store and dropped a load of stuff off at Goodwill.

THURSDAY - The usual long day helping a friend.

FRIDAY - Today was split between helping a friend and going out to dinner with friends (and spouses.)  I decided to knit while waiting for the husbands to arrive:



SATURDAY - It's LINK PARTY day over on the So Scrappy blog.  Would you care to join me for a tour of all of the wonderful MULTICOLORED projects?  Great!!  Let's get going.  :o))

Until next time...
Get Scrappy!!!

7 comments:

  1. Sounds like a fun week for you as always. Enjoy your weekend.

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  2. knitting while waiting... we must keep our hands making things right? Me too!

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  3. Another busy week. Nice to see your knitting in your to-go bag. It's always more fun to pass the time that way.

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  4. I love your photo of the pile of fabrics waiting to be made into bags! Those will be fun to see when you're finished!

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  5. Sounds like it was a good week . . .

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  6. Busy week but loads of fun tossed in.

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  7. Interesting-looking fabrics for the bags - looking forward to seeing them finished!

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