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2 Color Quilt Challenge...Done!!

You might remember this post on July 1st  ... I put the challenge out there..had a few people raise their hand and instead of keeping you sitting on pins and needles and blabbing on and on and ya go

This beautiful one was done by Laurie...she did good..but the truth is, this is Laurie's second quilt, her first one was black & white and white & black with a touch of red...her theory that black was the absence of color...didn't work so she whipped up this stinkin' cute tumbler quilt.

Don't you just love Julie's gray and you think she would notice if I snuck into her home and removed it from her wall?

I love how Nanette these two fabrics to come up with her 2 color quilt...brown with green dots and green with brown dots...she is one clever chickie....

And this little quilt belongs to's a little one but after using the red and white I've decided that I want to do a scrappy red and white sampler...guess I need to start collecting some fabric...

Now I'm wondering...what should be my next challenge?  any ideas?  Thanks to my peeps for playing along..y'all did good....

until next time
Be Creative
Kelly Ann


  1. this was so much fun :) laurie

  2. Red,white and blue before 4th of July. :-)

    1. Excellent have hit a winner here...

    2. I like this idea - I'll play!!!!

  3. The quilts are is inspiring to see what others create! Love the Red, White and Blue concept too!

    1. Keeping watching...ya never know know when that challenge will show up....

  4. These are all gorgeous---but I'm in love with the red/white Churn Dash---Oh it makes my heart pitter pat and my eyes light up. :)

    1. Thanks Angie...the Churn Dash is one of my favorite blocks...I wanna do a whole quilt of mini churn dashes...


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