Saturday, August 11, 2012

ScrapHappy Saturday

I am starting to wonder if my blogging is going to hop from Tiny Tuesday to ScrapHappy Saturday with nothing in between now that school has started.  I hope once things settle down I will have time and energy to sew at least a little bit during the week, until then though, at least the weekends offer a little time for fun.  What turquoise creations have you all been thinking up so far this month?  I'm off to dig into my scraps and start turning them into something fun.  Use the linky below to show us know what you have made. 




11 comments:

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

No explanation needed for THIS girl! I understand all too well if you blog (only) on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Glad to see you are able to sew today; no teal scraps for me, but the borders of the Freeze Frame is using up some teal yardage. HOPE to finish off the borders! (Those naughty B words) :)

Deb said...

I fear I don't have scraps or colors that match this month. Guess I'll work on my Quilt Square along blocks..... unless I make a side trip to Joann's after work tomorrow. =)

Connie said...

I can imagine how busy you must be with school starting! Beautiful color chart!

Char said...

It will probably take a few weeks to get adjusted I'm sure.

Kate said...

Hope your energy levels even out so you can find some time to sew.

Elly D said...

I like your colour chart :) I don't have school to negotiate these days and still barely manage to make postings. I don't know how you manage at all. You must have loads of energy to get so much done. Thank you for continuing to host this challenge.

Angie said...

I know how you feel about minimal time/energy for weekday quilting/blogging! I don't even have a Tiny Tuesday project to give me a mid-week impetus. I'd try sewing in the morning before work, but my brain isn't always fully engaged that early!

suzan almond said...

Next week I hope to have more time to work with a favourite colour ! I really sympathise with your shortage of sewing time - you'd think a retired woman like me would have all the time in the world to sew, but somehow it doesn't work like that !

Edith said...

You are so productive, you need to teach so that the rest of us can keep up with you.

Ellen said...

I know what you mean about feeling a time crunch. There just never is enough of it available for the fun things! I am glad that you are still able to host.

Anne said...

You just do whatever you need to do :0). I haven't been on here for a few months so totally understand. My pic is a very unfinished x-stitch, but it fits the colour, lol.