The quilting was fun to do and I love the look.
Here is the back. It's a new Kaffe fabric. Her childhood friend, Katie, has the same fabric on the back of her college quilt. How lucky that I was fabric shopping with Mary Pat in March so we could make this happen!
I tucked a $20.00 behind the label for a "pizza emergency" (beer).
As soon as I can figure out how, I'm going to add a Tab with a free pattern if you want to make your own version of this quilt.
It's been an incredible month for my Hanna. Here is a quick review:
Memorial Day Run - her first 10K race.
She attended senior prom:
She turned 18:
She and I went to Ohio for her College Orientation.
She attended her last day of High School:
She Graduated!! here with her proud dad.
A group of her high school friends:
I guess this was in lieu of a wave? Her brother was taking the photo.
It's been a tradition at her high school for over 100 years for the girls to wear white formal dresses and carry a dozen roses, while the boys were white jackets and black pants with a rose boutonniere.
It's usually held on the sports field, but alas, we had a flash flood and it was sort of thrown together on the hill in front of the school. This photo was taken standing on tippy toes and holding the camera as high as I could (Hanna last girl on the right). I mostly saw the back of the heads in front of me.
While it lacked the pomp and circumstance it usually offers, it happened without rain and summer has finally arrived!!
Have a great week!