It's a bit serendipitous that the results of the 2 Color Quilt results are shared on this Fourth of July holiday weekend.
I'll be honest, I was a bit surprised by the results. I thought FOR SURE Red and White would win by almost a land slide. Boy was I wrong! Would you believe me if I said Black and White was the clear winner?!
No?! Yeah, you'd be right! Well, there's only one other color combo left!
If you guessed Blue and White, you are RIGHT!!! Surprised? I sure was! I thought for sure Red and White would be the clear winner! I'm sure glad I asked you guys to weigh in!
I did receive several comments that their first choice is the All-American Red, White and Blue and who can argue with that, especially on this Fourth of July weekend?
The one (above) reminds me of "doing the wave" at a sporting event! If you know, you know what I'm talking about. Do you see it?!
and one more . . . . .
If Red, White and Blue is your jam, Galaxy of Stars is for you!
All the designs are already configured in the Red, White and Blue palette with Materials and Cutting instructions listed and ready to go!
But if you're really enjoying seeing some of the designs in Galaxy of Stars II: 2 Color Quilts in the Red, White and Blue palette, you can snag a copy of Galaxy of Stars II: 2 Color Quilts but you'll need to do your own Material and Cutting calculations.
If you really want to make it easy on yourself, grab some PRE-CUT 5" Stackers in the SAME COLOR!
Surprised at the results as I was? Or did you know Blue and White, hands down, would be the winner!
You truly cannot go wrong with any combination whether its 2 Color or the classic Red, White and Blue!
I hope this weekend offers you time with your friends and family to sit back, relax and simply enjoy great company, fabulous food and spectacular fireworks and possibly a little quilting here and there! I'll see you next week!
Here are the quick links to everything shared in today's post:
Galaxy of Stars Booklet here
Galaxy of Stars II: 2 Color Quilts Booklet here
SAME color Floret 5" Stackers here