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FABRIC PROJECT CATALOG


A cross country adventure

lands Amy in a city filled with pastel painted homes, quaint

cobblestone streets,& lush flower boxes decorated with glistening rain.

Amy translates this Southern

charm with shades of cherry red,

navy, and rose as she welcomes you

to Charleston.


Les Petits,

a selection of simple and timeless basics designed by Amy to coordinate with her designs AND A MYRIAD OF AGF COLLECTIONS.

Featuring: the petite dots, the petite stipples, and the petite checks in a soft modern palette

to round out your fabric collection.


Q &A

Amy

SINIBALDI

“MAGNOLIA TREES ARE MY FAVORITE” 1.Charleston fabrics is all about the beautiful city that you arrived to after taking a cross country roadtrip. Can you tell us all about your exciting trip? In the summer of 2016, we hopped in the car and started off on a cross-country road trip from Los Angeles to Williamsburg - our final destination. We had already seen so many beautiful places but when we were leaving Savannah I decided on a whim that I wanted to stop off in Charleston for dinner. I had seen that there was a really cool dungeon called the Provost and so I was curious about this town. We arrived right after a rain storm. It was damp and lush and the architecture immediately drew me in. The old cobblestone streets, the gas lamps, colorful window boxes filled with flowers, charming storefronts, the smells, and all the history that is imbued in every nook and cranny of that city just instantly had my heart. We stopped off for dinner on Queen Street, thanks to some good tips from my followers on Instagram for a place to eat. 82 Queen, was the name of the restaurant. It felt like you were in an old southern home and sun had gone down so the room was candle lit and moody and oh, the shrimp and grits were so delicious. When dinner was over, it was pouring rain and we left the city, but I knew I’d be back. Those few short

hours made a big impression on me and it stayed with me as I arrived at my new home in Williamsburg, VA. Right away I started the Charleston collection. 2. A few of your prints feature blooming magnolias, quirky barnacles, and fun pineapples. Are any of these elements staples of South Carolina? In Charleston, the magnolia trees are my favorite, the welcoming symbol of the pineapple is everywhere, and the barnacles are my reference to oysters, the crab soup, the shrimp, the seafood that people enjoy in this city thanks to its location by the sea. There is a legend about the pineapple -- it says that a sea captain returning home from the Caribbean Islands would spear a pineapple to the gate of his house to let people know he’d returned from sea and it stood as an invitation to come by and visit. And so the pineapple is a symbol of hospitality. It’s so iconic in Charleston they built a gorgeous pineapple shaped fountain in Waterfront Park. 3. For those who don’t know, you were originally from the West coast and you recently moved to the East coast. What are some things that are completely different but you absolutely love about your new home? As a California city girl, it’s definitely shocking to find myself in Virginia where life is slower paced but we absolutely love it. We’ve settled and adapted so quickly. Here we have room to breath, to bloom and grow! 4. Has your creative schedule changed since the big move?


it’s not stiff, so it can be used perfectly for garments. I need someone to sew me a skirt with this print!!

I’ve always had a somewhat hectic working schedule and I have tried to work “normal” hours, but the hard truth and reality is that I’m a night owl. I work best when the house is quiet and everyone is sleeping. I can do this because my husband takes care of the children in the morning. 5. How do you manage your time between designing, blogging, sewing, and taking care of your family? We think you’re a super woman! Time management is a tough one but we’ve fallen into a sort of routine at my home that seems to work. Besides designing, blogging, photography and sewing, I’ve been spending a lot of time getting our home up to speed. That means shopping, antique hunting, choosing finishes, and going over plans with my husband. There is time allotted for kids movies and going to the park and getting frozen yogurt and also I take Sundays off. I’m in the church choir, so that involves 2 ½ hours a week of rehearsal. My husband and I go to the gym together and I think that’s very important time for us as a couple and as a stress release. So when my days get overfilled I find myself working into the wee hours of the morning. I think when you’re passionate about what you do you don’t notice the time ticking. 6. What do you envision being made with all of your beautiful prints? Especially, the Ananas Cream canvas! I love the Ananas Cream canvas print!! It came out so beautiful with it’s larger scale pineapples and great color balance. Also, AGF canvas is so cool because of it’s hand…

7. Now, let’s talk about Les Petits! Can you tell us all about your idea behind this classic blender collection? Way back when I began sewing I was making mostly small quilty items for my children and I bought a lot of novelty prints. I quickly realized that to achieve a good balance, tonal blenders are needed. In building my own “library” of Amy Sinibaldi prints, I craved the dots, the stripes and checks on the bias. These prints are timeless and so usable, but I also needed them in my colors. Les Petits ticks off all the boxes for me. I seriously love them SO much. 8. What style of quilters do you have in mind when you design your collections? How do they inspire you to create your designs? When designing collections, I think first and foremost… “how would I use this print?” And then I also think about the English Paper Piecer, the modern quilter, the smaller quilty zakka item maker, and the garment sewists. These are my audience. And they are also all ‘me’, as well. So scale and usability become considerations, besides, thoughts of just “Hey, isn’t this pretty!!?” 9. What’s on your sewing list for both of your sweet collections? I’m really excited to make some garments with these two collections. I see the smaller scale check and bias stripe as amazing little strips of binding at the end of a skirt or dress, or on pockets. And of course, I’m still trying figure out a perfect quilt design to make for the bed in our “Charleston” guest room. :) 10. To bring everything full circle, do you see yourself taking a cross-country roadtrip again for a family vacation? I would absolutely do another cross-country road trip. This is an amazing, beautiful country with climates and landscapes so diverse -- I could never spend too much time exploring it. It’s inspiring, and instructive, and honestly… I love being on the road!


Make it Yourself! 8128 Misses’ Two Piece Dress by Simplicity Featuring LEP-913 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


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Pineapple Eats

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Make it Yourself! Baguette Bag Pattern by You Sew Girl Featuring LEP-712 and CHA-51700 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


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Make it Yourself! Adjustable Apron by Purl Soho Featuring CHA-41700 and LEP-813 CLICK TO SEE THE FREE TUTORIAL!


Make it Yourself! Drawstring Leggings by Brindille & Twig Featuring K-41703 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


Make it Yourself! 6429 Misses’ Dresses by New Look Featuring K-41703 and LEP-613 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!

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Make it Yourself! Retro Cardigan

by Brindille & Twig Featuring K-41705 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!

Make it Yourself! Toddler Dress

by Burda Style Featuring CHA-41702 and CHA-51702 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


Make it Yourself! Garden Walk Block by AGF Studio CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN! CLICK TO WATCH THE FREE TUTORIAL!


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Make it Yourself! Hometown Pillow

by AGF Studio CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!


Made by Katy Livings


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Make it Yourself! Vintage Patti Dress

by Burda Style Featuring LEP-612 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!

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Made by Jennifer Chon


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Made by Cassie Massolia & Alexis Wright


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Make it Yourself! Vintage Bandana Bowl Covers

by Sadieseason Goods CLICK TO SEE THE FREE TUTORIAL!


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Made by Jennifer Chon


Make it Yourself! Checkered Streets Quilt by AGF Studio CLICK TO SEE THE FREE TUTORIAL!


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Make it Yourself! Peaks Quilt

by AGF Studio Featuring LEP-813, LEP-910 and LEP-812 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!

Cloud Baby

by Miss Daisy Patterns CLICK TO SEE THE FREE TUTORIAL!

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Make it Yourself! Sweet Dreams Pillow by AGF Studio CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!

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Make it Yourself! Reusable Snack Bag by Beth Huntington Featuring LEP-710, LEP-910 and LEP-613 CLICK TO SEE THE FREE TUTORIAL!


Made by Saija Elina


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Simply Modern Quilt

by Martingale - Cindy Lammon Made by Paola Baker CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


Made by Crystal Thoreson


Make it Yourself! 1387 Bag

by Simplicity Featuring C-51704 and LEP-911 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!

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Make it Yourself! 8216 Misses’ Tunic

by Simplicity Featuring LEP-711 and CHA-51702 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


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Made by Crystal Thoreson


Made by Jodi Godfrey


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Make it Yourself! Flock of Rain

by AGF Studio CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!


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6431 Misses’ Dresses by New Look Featuring K-41700 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!

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Make it Yourself! Lumme Pleated Skirt

by Named Clothing Featuring CHA-41705 and LEP-610 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


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Make it Yourself! Patchwork Playball

by While She Naps Made by Abby Glassenberg CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


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B6520

by Burd Featurin CLICK T THE PAT

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Made by Jane Maikranz

0 Misses’ Dress

da Style ng CHA-51705 TO DOWNLOAD TTERN!

Made by Cassie Massolia & Alexis Wright


Make it Yourself! Picnic Quilt by AGF Studio CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!

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Make it Yourself! Queen Street Quilt by Amy Sinibaldi CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PATTERN!


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Made Alexis Wright


Made by Alison Brorsen


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Made by Cassie Massolia & Alexis Wright


Make it Yourself! Groove Dress

by Made it Made by Emi Shimokawa Featuring K-41700 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN!


W AT E R F R O N T P A R K

also in knit K-41700

CHA-41704 ANANAS POWDER

SUNSET HARBOR

angles | premium cotton

CHA-41700 MAGNOLIA NIGHTFALL

CHA-51700 MAGNOLIA SUNSET

CHA-51704 ANANAS CREAM

also in canvas C-51704


CHA-41701 STEPPING STONES MARBLE

CHA-41702 RAINBRELLA MIST

CHA-41703 BARNACLES CHERRY

CHA-41705 GARDEN OF DREAMS ROUGE

CHA-41706 WALLFLOWER AZALEA

CHA-41707 PAVILION TEACUP

CHA-51701 STEPPING STONES QUARTZ

CHA-51702 RAINBRELLA SHADOW

CHA-51703 BARNACLES BLUSH

CHA-51705 GARDEN OF DREAMS ROSE

CHA-51706 WALLFLOWER JASMINE

CHA-51708 THE ROW

also in knit K-41705

also in knit K-41703


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Charleston & Les Petits by Amy Sinibaldi  

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