This fullsize Fennel quilt was made for a fairly recent Washington and Lee University graduate. Besides being a sister of the Zeta Tau chapter of Kappa Delta (ΚΔ), this young woman tutored her peers, raised money for Cystic Fibrosis and other philanthropies, studied abroad in Europe, and graduated with honors.
Her quilt was a bit different as she wanted to include the front pocket design in a column by themselves. No problem!
There were many, many fun shirts representing all the great times she had at W&L.
Only at W&L do you have to worry about your mom and dad on Parents Weekend!
Of all the W&L designs I have created over the years, I believe this quilt has the record for college logos with 4 different Trident shirts included in the layout. My personal favorite is below. The design of this one is actually a collage of several of the programs from different Fancy Dress decades as it was designed for the hundredth anniversary of this event.
Think that other school down the road has a cool librarian? Think again! Fancy Dress is W&L’s annual black tie ball that was started over 105 years ago by the campus librarian, Annie. (The library card catalog system is also named after this hip librarian!) Over the years we’ve seen everything from Colonial balls to 2010′s “Moulin Rouge.” And with a budget rumored to total $80,000 it’s no wonder party goers forget they’re still in Lexington. Regardless of the theme, one thing is for sure, Fancy Dress is W&L’s favorite social event!
The other ΚΔ/W&L quilt that I made recently was for a girl who graduated the year after this recipient and thus they overlapped by 3 years. However they have different fond memories as there was not one shirt that was chosen by both women to be incorporated