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Thread: Sneak peek - "Round-up" by Elizabeth's Studio

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    This is new from Elizabeth's Studio... and will not be available until late November - early December.

    I've seen lots of cattle fabrics before, but none with longhorns. Being in the east, we do dairy cows, not longhorns... so maybe someone from out west (Texas?) can comment on whether the artwork for these cattle has been done well.

    Personally, I love the cattle. I'm not sure how the split rail fence fabric would be used (other than borders). Any ideas?

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    WOW! Very accurate! I should post pics of my neighbor's LHs, mine are all Herefords, thankfully :lol: (sorry, Texas joke where everyone argues over which beef is best and for what purpose, etc.) If my daughter ends up going to UT Austin, this will come i handy for her quilt to take to her dorm with her :-)

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    Am I crazy, or would that longhorn fabric make an awesome OBW!!

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    cool

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    do you design these fabrics??

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    Heavens no! Nobody would ever call me an artist!

    Now that Quilt Market is over, all the fabric manufacturers are posting the pictures of their up-and-coming lines, and I'm just sharing the ones that I think people might find interesting.

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    The split rail fence would go great in a landscape quilt, I-spy, or for sashing and borders. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody1229
    Am I crazy, or would that longhorn fabric make an awesome OBW!!
    That's the first thing I thought of too. The rail fence has lots of possibilities.

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    Wow! Looks like a photograph! Elizabeth's Studio has some gorgeous prints. I love the ocean ones best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyp
    The split rail fence would go great in a landscape quilt, I-spy, or for sashing and borders. I love it.
    I love the idea of that. I have two quilts I would use that for now.
    The farm and the chickens.

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