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Thread: "Yellowstone" new from Blank Quilting

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    Blank Quilting just put up *lots* of new fabric pictures on their site! This group is called "Yellowstone". Only three designs in this group, but they are going to be available on regular cotton and also flannel.

    I have two questions: the first picture, are those elk?

    Secondly... which do you think would be more useful, regular cotton or flannel?

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    Yes they are elk and I prefer cotton over flannel. Thanks for showing us this line of fabric.

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    I prefer working with cotton - unless it's a guy quilt. They tend to love the feel of flannel and those fabrics I would more than likely use to make a guy quilt.

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    I use a lot more cotton than flannel, but this fabric would make a nice back in flannel. I really like the patterns on these fabrics, but I am not sure I love the colors. My brother who is the hunter of our family would love these kinds of fabrics.

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    I love em! Yes..they are elk in the first sample...and I love that the deer fabric has mule deer, blacktail, and whitetail...

    I'd buy either...flannel would be nice tho! :)

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    Thank you for naming the deer! I wouldn't have known...

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    love the looks of that fabric....my "what is that" was in the 1st yr. that I went to the park to work, baby buffalo are a rusty orange in color in the first months, than they grow up the dark color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee
    I love em! Yes..they are elk in the first sample...and I love that the deer fabric has mule deer, blacktail, and whitetail...

    I'd buy either...flannel would be nice tho! :)
    I live in Montana & have been to Yellowstone many times, but have never seen a blacktail! Lots of mule deer & whitetail (which we also have on our ranch).

    I would lean towards the flannel, but either one would be nice.

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    I lived near Yellowstone, and never saw a Blackie there either...

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    love those Elk in 1st pic and the deers in the 2nd one, those buffalo are gorgeous. Depends what you're making to use either cotton or flannel but I think cottons is easier to do....

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