February PHD progress report

Here it is…my PHD progress this year. 28377951_10213671641719882_1758105490586566811_nIn the spirit of the recent Olympics, I thought a photo finish was in order. There are nine items there that have been finished. Some took no time to finish, like the Valentine runner and the baby quilt that just required binding, but some were huge, like the two quilts on the right, and all are out of my PHD pile.

I have a large quilt on the frame, partly quilted, another  in flimsy form (it had been in blocks), and a third looking at me from the design wall. I think I know what I’ll do with that, but it’ll take time. What do I do with this? It’s 17″ across, was made as a sliver demo years ago, and I can’t think of a single person who’d use it, in any form.

28468419_10213671746042490_7389470872034520524_nTime will be a problem this month, but April is looking promising. In the meantime, I’ll be plugging away when I can. I may actually start something new. Sssshhhh! Don’t tell my academic advisor.

So this is it, Quilting Gail., my PHD work to date. Btw, I’m not discussing the number of additional PHDs I’ve discovered since I made my list.

2 thoughts on “February PHD progress report

  1. Hi Ann,
    I also discovered a few more PHDs since I created my list, and I’m not discussing them either. Hmm, that 17″ sliver block . . . yeah, that posses a good question doesn’t it. How about the tote idea that you gave me? I’ve got nothing . . . sorry. But your nine accomplishments are very impressive! It’s only the first of March – plenty of time for the rest of your list. ~smile~ Roseanne

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