Cookie Book – Prints and Story
Kim Kight’s Fall 2014 collection, Cookie Book, was inspired by vintage baking ephemera: recipe boxes, copper cookie presses, cookie jars, junior league cookbooks. The name is a nod to the classic 1963 Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book, which inspired generations of bakers with its technicolor photography of the silver-nonpareil-topped, candied-fruit-filled, coconut-and-spice-dusted treats. The Cooky Book was a place where sweet cookies, candies, and savory crackers all came together to live in beautiful, tasty harmony.
The 15 quilting cottons and four cotton lawns harken back to this most fantastic era in baking. The collection features two prints on unbleached quilting cotton (3011-1, and 3012-1). Featuring a mix of Kim’s original designs and vintage-inspired prints, Cookie Book is perfect for kitchen sewing projects, but was also designed to be versatile enough to use in all kinds of crafts, quilts, and apparel.
Cookie Book was released in January 2015 and is now out of print, though you may still find it in independent fabric shops!
Some prints may still be available to purchase wholesale. Visit the Cotton + Steel website or phone 1 (855) 355-7267 for more information.