The Retirement Quilt
I almost ended up having no images of this quilt since I finished it at 10:00 PM on thenight before it was to be gifted. These images, while not perfect, nor complete, were taken in a friend's office just before I took the quilt down to the "retirement boy". It looks smaller in the images becuase of the darker outer border, but it is a queen sized quilt.
Below: A great circular pattern that Keri used to define the 25 patch blocks - see more below for how this looks on the reverse side.
I love the feathers!
These are some of my favorite details.
Keri used a somewhat circular pattern (one of my new favorites) in the 25 patch areas.
I love how they made the blocks 'pouf' just a bit on the right side!
Our wonderful friend (he was our best man) who is beginning a new chapter.
I know that it will be amazing!
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