PHD in 2022

by | Jan 5, 2022 | 5 comments

Hi everyone! I’ll be working on my unfinished projects from years past, as well as trying to complete the new projects I begin in 2022! I’ll be linking up with QuiltingGail who helps hold me accountable for completing what I start! A few things are being carried over from last year’s list, so here is my tally sheet and task list!

Only three more blocks for Sunshine Cove!

Guild Comfort Quilt
Alabama Tailgate Panel
Cabin Star – needs quilting and binding

Pieces of the Santa Fe Trail – I purchased the fabric for this project and collected all of Melva’s designs. Here’s a photo of the fabrics I chose. I decided to go with 30’s fabrics.

Santa Fe Trail
Geese Along the Trail-the binding needs stitching down. I was in a rush so glued it in place! I love Roxanne’s Glue Baste-It!
Christmas panel bought last year – I love this truck!
Christmas Cross Stitch
Isn’t this gorgeous?! I bought 12 of them last year and need to quilt one!
Tally Sheet
Task List

I think this will be a busy and FUN year!! Our biennial quilt show will be held in June after having to skip 2020 and again cancelling in 2021. I am looking forward to 2022!

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  1. Rose Popwell

    I have that same Alabama panel. I’m curious to see what you do with yours. Good luck with your finishes.

  2. Kirsten Leysieffer

    Great collection of quilts. Cabin Star is striking and I really like your Geese Along the Trail. Happy Quilting

  3. rl2b2017

    I think catches me up for today, and I’m glad I didn’t miss this post. I love those blocks from Sunshine Cove. I’m so glad they made the PHD list, along with the Monthly Color Challenge blocks. Those have such rich colors – it is going to be beyond gorgeous when you put them all together. These projects coupled with your new IBA should keep you out of trouble for most of the year! HAHA! {{Hugs}} a bunch. ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. Sue H

    Looks like you picked some fun projects for PHD2022. I’ll enjoy watching your progress.

  5. Kim Shafer

    Such a great idea to create a spread sheet!


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