From the Steno Pool collection, designed by Kimberley Kight for Cotton and Steel (now Ruby Star Society).
If you’re a long-time fan of the fabric and quilting industry, you know Kimberly Kight – or at the very least, you knew her fabric blog, True Up. The Texas-based designer began sewing as a hobby in 2001, which sparked her interest in fabric design. “Back then there weren’t a lot of great fabrics out there, so I was thrift shopping and looking on eBay to find fabrics I liked. That’s how I started collecting vintage fabrics,” Kimberly explains. “Then I became curious about the fabric printing process, and the whole world of fabric pattern design.”
Loodles Sapphire is one of three colour ways of this fun print, featuring palm trees and pretty poodles.
More information can be found out about this amazing female design team, behind the original Cotton and Steel team, at the link below.
Printed on 100% premium cotton in fat quarters. One FQ is approximately 50 x 56cm, multiples will be cut as a continuous piece to minimise wastage. You can find out more about how we cut our fabric in the following blog post.
The Tartan Reel is a UK based stockist of fabric for the modern quilter. Why not check out or blog, below, for some ideas and tutorials.