An alkoxide Sol-Gel system was developed to produce bulk powders of the TI2Ca1Ba2Cu2O8+x high Tc superconducting phase. Methoxyethoxide and Cu(II) ethoxide precursors were used for the formation of homogeneous sols. Solubility of the Cu(II) ethoxide was aided by using a 2-methoxyethanol/methyl ethyl ketone/toluene solvent system. The sols were characterized by small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) and TEM. Powders were produced by rotary evaporation followed by thermal treatment in a closed container with thallium metal present at 900°C for various calcination times. Powders were characterized by x-ray diffraction, resistivity and magnetic susceptibility measurements, and chemical analysis. Samples exhibited transition onsets between 100 and 110K depending upon the processing conditions.