Thursday, August 19, 2021

2022 Quilter's Planner

 The 2022 Quilter's Planner just opened for pre-orders and I am very excited to show you my contribution to the planner, the Checkerboard Sampler pattern for the planner.

Photo by Kitty Wilkin (@nightquilter) for Quilter' Planner 2022

I designed the Checkerboard Sampler as a fun sampler perfect for all quilters from more beginner to advanced.  The different blocks can show off your favorite prints and colors.

Lorinda, the new owner of the Quilter's Planner, sewed and quilted this version using Tula Pink's True Colors collection.  I love the bright colors and Kitty's photography is always wonderful.

Photo by Kitty Wilkin (@nightquilter) for Quilter' Planner 2022

The planner is available for pre-order here.  The planner has multiple cover options, Sunday/Monday start days for the calendar, and many options for the weekly calendar portion of the planner.

I went with the pink gradient cover, the Sunday start, and the graph paper option for the weekly layout.  Which cover is your favorite?

Cedar Bay Planner Co:
Lindsie Bergevin- Graphic Design
Kitty Wilkin- Photography
Lorinda Davis: Editor and weekly tips for QP

Quilter's Planner:
Yvonne Fuchs- Technical Editing
Cheryl Brickey- Checkerboard Sampler pattern and weekly tips
Sylvia Schaefer: Science, Baby! pattern
Leanne Parsons: Scrappy Playground quilt and weekly tips
Christine Slote: Palace Walk wall hanging
Sarah Ashford: Windmills Quilt and QP Social Media Manager
Lynett Muhaso: Joyful Moments quilt
Jemima Flendt: Luminous Stars pillow
Brett Lewis: Range Road quilt


  1. I went with the aqua intersecting circles, a Sunday start, and the horizontal day pages. This will be my third year to use the planner, and I look forward to making your quilt!

    1. Nice! Mine this year (2021) is the aqua intersecting circles and it is a very nice color.

  2. I went with the blue gradient cover and a Sunday start with dot grid for the weekly paper option. :)

  3. What a lovely quilt Cheryl. I love how it gives some order to a sampler which - to me - sometimes looks a bit chaotic. Great idea for a pattern!!


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