Reece Mastin signs off on fan's hand-made quilt

IT was a dream come true for Ballarat’s biggest Reece Mastin fan.

After almost a year of waiting, Jasmine Tubb finally had her Reece Mastin quilt signed by the man himself at his sold-out concert last night. 

Yesterday Jasmine, 16, told The Courier she was hoping to have a quilt, that was hand stitched by her aunt, Cath Brooke, signed by the Australian pop sensation.

“I’m in shock,” Jasmine said, her hands still trembling after having her photo taken with Reece.

“I’m so happy that he said that (he’d see me in the front row).”

“It’s so amazing.”

Jasmine, along with mum Gill, Cath and cousin Zoe attended the concert at the Regent Theatre last 

night.

“It’s fantastic. I wanted to make Jasmine something special for her 16th birthday,” Cath said.

“Now we finally have the quilt signed.”

Cath said she started making the quilt last February and even approached Reece’s management to get the singer to sign the gift before Jasmine’s birthday in

June. 

“Unfortunately, they didn’t get back to me,” Cath said.

“The back-up plan was to get a signature tonight and we did.” 

Jasmine has met Reece once before and is planning on meeting him again

soon. 

“I’m looking forward to him playing his new single Girls tonight,” she said. 

“It will be good to hear that live.”

Jasmine will hang the quilt in her bedroom to honour her idol. 

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