Pink & Yellow King
This quilt is made with florescent pink, yellow, blue and white. The star pattern is a made to look like it is spinning. The edging is a sliver of the blue but on two sides is a solid pink line. The other side of the star is white. This will keep you and your family (if you have one) warm this winter.
Since the buffalo went near extinct in the late 1800's, The Lakota people adopted the art of quilt making and this served as a replacement for Buffalo robes. The Lakota use the star quilt as a symbol of honor and recognition in which a star quilt is given to someone for the accomplishments they have achieved.
Today, Star quilts are used for numerous reasons such as naming ceremonies, graduations, achievement recognition and as gifts to others. Small star quilts are given to children to thank them for honoring us with their lives and to symbolize their still strong connection to the stars.