New from Ruby Star Society ~ Fabric that's a Quilter's Delight
The Ruby Star Society outdoes itself again with its latest fabric collections. If you're a quilter, you're in for a real treat!
Designed with high quality and beautiful aesthetics in mind, use Ruby Star fabric to guarantee your patchwork is stunning.
Some of the most talented quilters in the industry make up the design team. They have years of experience and an eye for detail that is evident in each fabric. As a result, you can trust that with Ruby Star Society fabric, you're getting the best of the best.
Don't wait any longer—start browsing the collections today!
Ruby Star Society Fabric Collections
The Ruby Star Society Design Team 2022
- Alexia Marcelle Abegg
- Rashida Coleman-Hale
- Kimberly Kight
- Melody Miller
- Sarah Watts
The fabric is in alphabetical order by name for your convenience.
I share commercial and free patterns from Ruby Star that showcase the collections. This takes the guesswork out of imagining what a fabric line looks like stitched up.
Be sure to bookmark this page to keep up with the latest arrivals.
Let's see what's new from Ruby Star Society.
Add it Up by Alexia Abegg
Want to brighten up your next quilt? Look no further than the Add It Up fabric collection by Alexia Abegg for Ruby Star Society.
This fabric is sure to add a touch of fun and color to any project with its tiny white or metallic plus signs.
With its natural base cloth, Alexia's collections always have a warm feel to them. An added depth. And all dyed in a rainbow of colors.
So why wait? Add It Up today!
Adorn by Rashida Coleman-Hale
'Razzle-Dazzle-in-the- Kitchen-Sink' might have been a better name for this collection by Rashida Coleman-Hale.
There's little bit of everything in these fabrics: broken stripes, stitched flowers, earrings, and other fun motifs. The color story includes yellow, pink, red, aqua, teal, navy, and black.
You'll infuse your quilting with prismatic flair with this fabric.
Bright Zip! by Rashida Coleman-Hale
An irregular stripe on a white background. A terrific little basic fabric to add some zing to your patchwork projects.
Hmmmm! I think there's some binding coming out of this group.
Brushed by Sarah Watts
Imagine painting on brilliantly colored backgrounds with a wide brush, missing some bristles and metallic paint.
That's Brushed by Sarah Watts.
A useful, relatively even-textured design.
Food Group by Alexia Abegg, Kimberly Kight, Melody Miller, and Rashida Coleman-Hale
quilting fabric, quilters usually get plenty of fiber…and with Food Group from
Ruby Star Society, you’ll be getting a whole day’s nutrition. In it you find a cursive shopping list and everything on the food pyramid.
fruits and veggies to cheeses, meats and even BACON—all on gingham
patterns or full color backgrounds—you won’t go hungry with this Food
First Light by Alexia Abegg, Melody Miller, Rashida Coleman-Hale, and Kim Kight
Delve into the vibrant world of First Light.
With a range of beautiful colors and playful designs, this floral, metallic collection is perfect for quilters looking to add some dazzling sizzle to their patchwork.
If a new pop of color inspired by Dawn's first light calls to you, First Light is sure to delight.
Morning has broken. It's time to start quilting!
Golden Hour by Alexia Marcelle Abegg
Golden Hour—that precious bit of time just after sunrise and right before sunset—when the light enhances everything it touches.
Do you love summer and all that it brings? Would you like to spend a little more time in the sun? Then, Golden Hour by Alexia Abegg is the perfect fabric line for you!
What better way to enjoy the summer than with a contemporary fabric line that will suit your modern tastes. The Ruby Star Society's Golden Hour will remind you of idyllic summer days with its patterns in the warm, cheerful colors of the hour before sunset.
Moda suggests these Bella Solids as coordinates:
- Muslin Unbleached #9900 285
Heirloom by Alexia Abegg
something traditional, but not boring.
Alexia Abegg for Ruby Star Society takes care of that problem with its modern
take on traditional quilting prints and solids.
This collection includes 32
fabrics in classic patterns such as circles, dots, tall flowers, cactuses,
diamonds and panes of thatched lines in purple, blues reds yellows pinks navy.
Metallic Zip! by Rashida Coleman-Hale
Irregular gold metallic stripes on saturated backgrounds. A nice basic to add a bit of zing to your quilts.
New Speckled by Rashida Coleman-Hale
The Speckled collection just keeps getting better. These are the newest colors.
Comprised of irregular metallic specks in a few colors—get it—speckled—specks :D—like those cast off of a paint brush, this is a line of basics that will work with any other Ruby Star Society fabric collection.
Speckled is available in several colors as 108" wide, too.
Purl by Sarah Watts
Purl, a line dedicated to yarn-lovers everywhere that features dandelions, rayon flowers, birds, hand-wound balls of yarn, tea kettles, and hands clickety-clacking away with knitting needles.
The collection also includes bright metallic foliage prints.
And several panels of llamas—not really a stretch because you CAN spin yarn from llama wool. Actually, it's soft, lightweight, lustrous and thermally efficient.
The fabrics are designed to be versatile and are perfect for a range of projects.
Rise by Melody Miller
Soar to new heights with this vibrant and beautiful fabric collection by Melody Miller. They're perfect for quilters who love to let their imaginations take flight.
With hand-drawn flowers and birds in flight, this fabric is sure to add a touch of brightness to your next quilting project.
Smol by Kimberly Kight
Quilters will be delighted to have a chance to work with Kimberly Kight's "Smol" for Ruby Star Society, a recent addition to the studio's contemporary line.
Inspired by Kight's recent foray into quiltmaking, Smol is full of cute patterns and bursting with color and personality.
Spark by Melody Miller
Saturated colors strewn with frayed stars. Another basic fabric line from Ruby Star Society. Some of the stars are metallic.
More colors are coming!
Stay Gold by Melody Miller
This radiant collection by Melody Miller is here to disprove Robert Frost's thought that nothing gold can stay.
The fabric collection features designs of metallic butterflies, chrysanthemums, daisies, dragonflies and a bouquet of other blossoms on a rainbow of different backgrounds.
Have a pattern for a quilt that needs to dazzle? Stay Gold is your answer.
Tarrytown by Kimberly Kight
It's all about texture and sweet motifs with an eclectic color story. Don't you just love those tiny tortoises?
The quilts below use Tarrytown in the cover samples (for Pieces of Love it's the bottom one with the dark background.)
by Rashida Coleman-Hale
If you want to get your sewing mojo back, you need to add a splash of fun and color to your next project.
Then Whatnot by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Ruby Star Society is just what you're looking for!
With this collection, you can't help but feel like you've been transported into a world where everything is wonderful and nothing hurts.
Is a Ruby Star Society fabric collection destined for YOUR stash?
Get your hands on the new Ruby Star Society fabrics today and start quilting with ease!
You're sure to find the perfect fabric for your next quilt project when there are so many designs to choose from.
It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an experienced quilter. Ruby Star Society's collections will inspire and delight you.
So what are you waiting for?
Choose from the designs above, and you'll be creating your next quilted masterpiece in no time!
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