We ALWAYS send continuous yardage when available, or if not available, we will contact you prior to shipping!
This Western collection features a beautiful War Bonnet panel, Truck panel and great coordinates like pottery, lizards, Navajo stripe, kokopelli, cactus and adobe casitas. Designed by Tana Mueller of Western Denim and Dirt. Pictures 2 and 3 show sample quilt projects using this panel, the truck panel and other fabrics from the collection.
Colors include shades of brown, white, grey, turquoise and black.
100% cotton fabric. Machine wash cold water, tumble dry, do not bleach, use cool iron if necessary.
To see other fabrics we HAVE in this collection go to:
As we also sell this fabric in our retail shop, sometimes our inventory is off. You can leave instructions for us including how you want the order shipped. This helps avoid any delays that might happen by trying to contact you. The choices are as follows:
The quantity button will allow you to purchase multiple 23.5″ x 43.5″ panels (approximate size). The price is listed next to the size in the drop down menu. Multiple quantities will be cut in a single continuous piece unless otherwise stated. Do not order more yardage than what is listed in the drop down box.
Shipping is via first class mail for up to 2 yards. 3 to 8 yards ship via a priority flat rate envelope. We use calculated shipping based on weight, and offer “FREE” domestic Priority Mail shipping on orders $50 or higher. Shipping upgrades and international rates are available at check-out. If a significant overcharge in shipping happens due to a combined or multiple yard purchase, it will be refunded to you.
We try to show multiple images of each fabric. The first is usually from the Manufacturer or supplier. The second displays a ruler so that you can get an idea of the size of the fabric design and pattern. Others are usually close ups or project ideas. NOTE: Sometimes the pictures we take vary in color from the manufacturer’s picture due to cameras, lighting and other factors. In most cases, the first image will be the most accurate in displaying the true color(s).