Hi Quilting Friends,
September was a busy month, with some surprises.
One surprise was that I spent a week of workdays in downtown Houston, serving on a jury in the criminal courts. This was my first time to serve on a jury for a criminal case, although I’ve served several times in civil court. The experience was interesting, but I would prefer to not do it again any time soon. It’s difficult to be away from school and my students for such an extended amount of time.
I’ve switched my walking schedule from morning to evening, and have enjoyed hearing & seeing the pair of great horned owls that nest in our neighborhood. I’m a little obsessed with owls right now!
PHD in 2022 Project List
Project #1: Purple Orphan Block Project Bag
All done! This was my “One Monthly Goal” for September.
Project #12: Sticks and Stones Quilt
The quilting is partially finished, around all of the sashing strips, but I’m stuck on how I want to quilt the blocks. No updated photo today.
Project #13: Wedge Ruler
Clearly not a “Christmas” project, although it might be a Christmas gift for someone. I’ve started making a wall hanging (or perhaps a table runner) with my wedge ruler tool. I posted my project in the “Queen of Gadgets” blog hop, and I like the modern vibe.
My “One Monthly Goal” for October is to continue working on this wedge ruler project. It needs another border or two, some quilting, and a binding.
I’ve been working on a small project for the “Gremlins, Ghouls, and Goblins” blog hop, coming in October. No photo yet; come back on October 20 to see what I’m making!
The #RSC2022 color for September was light blue, so I sifted through my scrappy blue fabric storage box and found some scraps to use. I made a Sawtooth Star block, and 10 Carolina Chain blocks.
Here’s my updated task list:
Here’s my UFO list for PHD in 2022:
Linking up to Quilting Gail’s September Report
3 thoughts on “September PHD Update”
Just look at your pretty spread sheets!! Great job. I’ve only had one summons for jury duty and after sitting there for about an hour during selection, they sent us all home! It was an interesting process though.
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I really love that Pennant Quilt! How fun! Sticks & Stones is gorgeous. Looks like an all-over quilting needs to be done. Let the colors shine!
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Thanks Sue! I’ve been having lots of fun with my scraps this year. I don’t think that I’ll ever run out, LOL.
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