PHD in 2022: March Report

How are you feeling about all your UFOs? Is progress slow? Or is it amazing?

Many of you said you wanted to get your UFO list down – or perhaps make it so there are NO UFOs left!

We can all do this! It just takes a little determination and taking one step at a time! We can do this!!!

My March Finishes

These are 3 of my finishes … all using Island Batik Fabrics, Aurifil Thread and Hobbs batting. The first is the quilt for the Time in a Bottle Blog Hop. You can read about it HERE. The middle one is from a class that I taught, “Quilt as You Go table runner.” The details are HERE. The volcano is the March Island Batik challenge, thread painting with Aurifil thread. Read about it HERE.

March’s Favourite Finish

This is my Stay at Home Round Robin! I do love it! You can read about it HERE.

This quilt was featured last week by these 2 wonderful bloggers.

The Tally Sheets

Here is an Excel File for you to use if you want to unofficially join in the PHD in 2022.

And here is the link where you can find the colourful Task Sheet at Ms P Designs.

The SAHRR was a UFO … so that made my 4th finish for the year! As you can see, I have a few new starts that need to be finished! One stitch at a time … they will get done!

The Linky Party

Show us your PHD in 2022 progress!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting! 

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  3. What great progress you’ve been making on your finishes! I have no doubt you’ll reach your PHD this year. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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    • Well, Jennifer, I appreciate your confidence in me! I’ll meet the PHD this year IF I get all my new starts completed! And time will tell with that!
      Thank you for hosting Wednesday Wait Loss! 🙂


  4. Love your SAHRR finish! It turned out beautifully. You’ve done really well at keeping up with your new projects, so will not have a lot of new UFOs to add to the other column of the spreadsheet. Good luck with both the old and the new projects.

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