My grown niece requested a quilt and though I don't do quilts for family (they never seem to appreciate them or the work it takes), Ranee is an exception. She was floored that I would do one for her and says she will cherish it, pay me for it and is thrilled that I would one this for her. Of course, I don't plan to charge her for it--it's enough that she is someone who will truly appreciate it. Ranee is in her 30's and a long haul truck driver, lives in South Carolina. I see her only about once every couple of years. She picked out one medallion quilt I did many years ago in purples, lavenders, pinks and grays from a picture my DH showed her at Christmas. This one is not quite as muted as that other one, and not the same center star block, but I think she'll like it. I added sagey greens in there because it just seemed too monotone without another color for the purples and pinks to play off of. Next will come a 5"-6" pieced border, which will take it to the side edge of my queen mattress. Not sure if simple 9 patches or Friendship Stars or Windmills or what will be a good one to do for that.