Saturday, March 3, 2018

ScrapHappy Saturday - RSC18 - Week 9

Welcome to Week 9 of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge!!  It's transition week at the RSC.  We start with PURPLE:


... And end with Angela's pick for March.  I'm not sure how sewing fits in my plans, but I'll do the best I can!  I want to choose quilting thread for the PURPLE basket that I'm working on.  They say that lime green is a neutral.  I'm not convinced!!

Anyway... Care to take a look at how my week progressed???

SUNDAY - I slept late and then caught up on computer work, while tackling Mt. Washmore.

MONDAY - Released this week's edition of Mail Call Monday.  Check out the overstuffed Flat Rate Priority Envelope I received:


TUESDAY - This evening, I attended my Monthly Quilt Group.  We weren't at the Hillsborough Library this month (won't be there next month, either.)  Special thanks to Sharon at K's Closet, 200 N. Churton St., Hillsborough, NC for making your classroom available for our quilt meeting!!  She even posted an event on her Facebook page to share the news about our gathering, which is open to the public.  Nothing better than sharing the love of quilting!!!


WEDNESDAY - Early appointment at APQS Raleigh... since I missed this month's Owner's Group meeting.  After a quick visit, I was on my way!

Off to meet-up with longtime friends for a day of sewing fun.  :o))
Read about that HERE. (Link currently unavailable.)


Today was an exciting day in BlogLand!  Sandra released Step #2 of the Postcard QAL.  Alycia released Clue #3 of The Patriot Mystery.  As if that wasn't enough, I released this week's edition of Wonderful Wednesday.

THURSDAY - This morning, I posted my Scrap Attack report from February.  Can you BELIEVE it's already March?!?!

After a long day, it was a comfort to attend Knit Dinner with friends, since I can no longer attend our weekly Knit Group...  How nice is it that they offered to meet on the occasional evening?!

FRIDAY - I found that Angela posted the new Color of the Month.  You can read about it HERE, but would you like a spoiler?  March's color is one of my favorites!  Wait for it.  Wait for it...

Light and bright:




Care to join me in a happy dance???  :o))

Fun Friday afternoon sewing with NeedleB.  It's a wonderful way to end the week!  I worked on finishing the top of my scrappy PURPLE scrap basket:


SATURDAY - Look at that!!  It's already time to join in Angela's weekly LINK PARTY over on her So Scrappy blog.  I'm going for a Surprise Sew at NeedleB's since DH is out of town for a Robotics Competition.  We've only got a couple hours before I have to be home to visit with DS1.  Catch YOU later!!

Goodbye PURPLE:


Hello LIGHT/BRIGHT GREEN:


Until next time...
Get Scrappy!!!

9 comments:

  1. Another fun filled week. I'm looking forward to seeing how the lime green thread looks on the purple - it will probably be stunning.

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  2. This place is perfect for any kind of night you're looking for. In the downstairs area at these event locations, you can enjoy a lounge setting while talking over drinks with a small party. Or, if you're looking to mingle or have a bite to eat, you can head upstairs.

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  3. Great purple blocks, have fun with your green.

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  4. Thanks for your timely post, received here at 12:00 midnight CST. What a great week you had. Hope you have lots of fun with green this week.

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  5. Wow, you are amazingly busy! Congrats on another fun filled week.
    Cheers,
    Sylvia@Treadlestitches

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  6. Some people do insist that lime green is a neutral! I'm not sure if I agree, but I do like that pretty green quilt in your last photo!

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  7. It is sad to say goodbye to purple. Trying to imagine lime green fingernails.....

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  8. Yay for green!! Spring is just around the corner right? Glad you had such a great week!!

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  9. You had a great week, quilting and visiting friends. Have a great Sunday!

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