If you look at my PHD tracking, it doesn't look so hot.
Only two finishes so far. On the other hand, just one new start. So I'm not adding to the UFO list and there was some really good progress in May.
Mosaic Mystery is being quilted by the very talented Trudy.
|Mosaic Mystery Quilt from Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs|
There's a good chance that this quilt will be bound and finished by the end of the month. That would put me on track to finish half a PHD by the end of the year.
Storm at Sea was pulled off the to be finished pile to fill the now empty slot in active project list.
It just needs two more borders to be a finished flimsy. The border strips have been cut for the next white border. The plan is to get Storm at Sea to the finished flimsy stage by the end of June. I've purchased a wide backing for this quilt, so I won't have to piece the back. But I do need to find that backing fabric. It's somewhere in the sewing room, I'm just not sure where.
Frolic is still up on the big design wall.
|Frolic, 2019 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt|
The last block is in the assembly stages. I'll need to piece a few more sashing strips to finish assembly. I'm not going to use Bonnie's border design as I don't have even half the number of HSTs needed for that layout. But I've worked out a partially pieced border that uses the HSTs that are finished. That should put this project on track to be a finished flimsy by the end of July.
That puts me on track to have half a PHD completed by the end of July. Can I finish another 6 quilts by December? Not likely. There are two more quilts on the list that just need borders and backings. So those are likely to get done this year. That would put me at 8 finishes for the year, which would be a record for me.
You can check out all the other PHD hopefuls over at Quilting Gail's end of the month link up.