Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Paperie by Amy Sinibaldi - Blog Tour


Sometimes a fabric range comes along and it is just magical - just the perfect prints in the most delicate and beautiful colours.  Amy Sinibaldi's first fabric range - Paperie for Art Gallery Fabrics is just stunning.  I was so excited getting to work on this Blog Tour with these prints.  


I have been a long time fan of Amy and her creative work.  She has such an inspirational style all of her own and this range just exemplifies this.  This range, inspired by her love of books showcases individual prints that match and co-ordinate in harmony with one another.  Striking dark colours that perfectly compliment the softest pinks and peaches .  And can I say that her "Stamped" text print is about to become my new favourite background print.



As soon as my bundle of fabric arrived I quickly set about sewing one of my "Cotton Reel Pincushions" while I decided what larger project I would make from these prints.


This Butterfly Charm Block was the start for an Undercover Maker Mat.  I have been wanting to make this pattern since I first saw Nicole's from Lillyella make hers.  Paperie worked beautifully to create the individual pockets and Mat. 




I just adore this range and I know it is going to be a well loved fabric addition in your stash.  I have several other projects planned for Paperie to add some other accessories and I think my girls would love a dress made with this range.


If you would like to win a pack of Charm Squares from Amy, then head over to my Instagram account @tiedwitharibbon and leave a comment. If you are not on Instagram then leave a comment below as to what you make like to make from these sweet fabrics to enter.  Winner will be chosen at random. 1 comment per person please.  EDIT - Giveaway now closed and winner has been announced by random number pick from all comments and IG comments over on IG.

Jemima x x

Paperie Blog Tour

January 25 ~ Heidi Staples of fabricmutt.blogspot.com
January 26 ~ Kerry Goulder of kidgiddy.com
January 27 ~ Cheri Lehnow of tinkerwiththis.blogspot.com
January 28 ~ Sharon Holland of SharonHollandDesigns.com
January 29 ~ Jemima Flendt of tiedwitharibbon.com
January 30 ~ Michelle Curtis of chellesquilts.com
February 1 ~ Christina Egner of onelittlepooh.net
February 2 ~ Ali Brorsen of BecauseofBrennaClothing.com
February 3 ~ Kristine Lempriere of townmouse.typepad.com
February 4 ~ Nicole Young of lillyella.com
February 5 ~ Lori Landenburger of sewpsyched.blogspot.com
February 6 ~ Jennifer Chon of sunnyincal.com
February 8 ~ Melissa LeRay of ohhowsweet.com
February 9 ~ Megan Jimanez of quiltstory.blogspot.com
February 10 ~ Faith Essenburg of saranaave.wordpress.com
February 11 ~ Renee Lange of sewnwithgrace.com
February 12 ~ Sedef Imer of downgrapevinelane.com
February 13 ~ Kristyne Czepuryk of prettybyhand.com
February 15 ~ Heather Andrus of quiltstory.blogspot.com
February 16 ~ Stacy Olson of stacyolsondesign.blogspot.com
February 17 ~ Erin Cox of whynotsew.blogspot.com
February 18 ~ Amy Sinibaldi of nanaCompany.typepad.com

64 comments:

  1. Such beautiful things you have made with Paperie! I would love to win the charm pack and I think I will make the Undercover Maker Mat....just like yours! <3

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  2. Would love to be entered in your drawing for the Paperie Love Letters. I just found your blog this week and have been enjoying it so much!! The projects you have done with this fabric line are wonderful and so creative.

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  3. I'm still too new to quilting to attempt the Undercover Mat- that is stunning! I would LOVE to make a Valentines table runner with that pretty charm pack though. Btw, I love your neat, pretty work area! So cheerful! Thanks!

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  4. I love all your creations,I think the Undercover mat,will be a sweet sewing project for my granddaughter,Mckenzie Lee to make on her new sewing machine!

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  5. I'm loving all the creativity with Amy's fabric, Paperie. The butterfly square is beautiful. Thank you for the chance to win a charm pack.

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  6. I have waited long for this lovely line of fabric! I'm going to buy some every single time I see it in a quilt store (I've already ordered some online...)

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  7. gorgeous Jemima. just gorgeous. thank you so very much for showcasing Paperie fabrics so well! xoxo amy

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  8. What a wonderful use of the Fabrics, thanks for sharing.

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  9. I really need to make this,Amy's fabrics are stunning. Thanks for the tutorial link x

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  10. I really need to make this,Amy's fabrics are stunning. Thanks for the tutorial link x

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  11. Your Undercover mat is stunning! You did such an awesome job. Love your sweet pincushion too.Paperie is the prettiest fabric line ever!!!

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  12. Lovely projects! The actual size of the butterfly surprised me after seeing it close up -- impressive! I would love to make pincushions with this fabric to give as gifts, or a sweet little dress for a girl. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

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  13. Love Amy's fabric line! Your sewing may is perfect and I especially love the butterfly block!

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  14. I love what you made with this line. It seems to fit the style of the fabric perfectly and your butterfly is beautiful. I'd like to make a few pouches to hold my sewing notions with this line.

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  15. Wonderful, definitely making this!!

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  16. Wow, this is beautiful! It would be happy mail indeed to win this. I think I might make a few pincushions and maybe some mug rugs. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  17. I'll just have to sew an Undercover Maker Mat!

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  18. I would love to make an Undercover Maker Mat just like yours. It's gorgeous! chocolatewiskers@aol.com

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  19. Your Undercover Maker Mat is gorgeous and I think I need to try to make one. I would also like to make a pillow and pincushion with this collection. Maybe something from hexies too!

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  20. I love your butterfly and the Undercover Mat truely beautiful! With a charm pack I would make a cute little doll quilt something really simple like nine-patches to show this cute little fabrics!

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  21. I would love to make a baby quilt for my 6-month old daughter... Isn't it the perfect collection for little girls? ... Can I be considered a little girl and make a quilt for myself?

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  22. I like your projects. I would make a lap quilt with the charm pack. Thank you for the inspiration and the giveaway.

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  23. HI,love your Butterfly Block! such a pretty giveaway>Thank You!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  24. I love Paperie! I'd first make a pincushion and then a table runner - such delicate, beautiful fabric! peks1001(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  25. I would love to make this mat! It is gorgeous! I just love the butterfly!

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  26. I love all you have done with this fabric! It looks soft and lovely.

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  27. Love the idea of the mat and the fabrics you used. I need to think about making one of those too. Thanks.

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  28. Beautiful projects. I would happily replace my plastic sewing machine cover with this stunning mat! Really enjoying the blog tour and so far want to make everything!! Would love to win a charm pack.

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  29. I am not on instagram...but I love this line!
    I want to make a quilted pillow cover. I would make a dress out of these fabrics too! not sure which one.

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  30. Love your blog and love this new fabric line! Can't wait to start following you on Instagram as well!

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  31. There are so many things that I would love to make with this fabric...but at the top of my list will be a dress with the manuscript print for my 8 year old daughter. I absolutely love the mat you made as well, I might have to add that to my list!! Thanks for the chance to win

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  32. I love everything that Amy makes her work is stunning. Her fabric line is so very pretty and I would make some for myself - like a bag or a cushion.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  33. I think Paperie would make a beautiful baby quilt :)

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  34. Love your undercover mat! I think I really need to make one for myself. Paperie is a beautiful collection. I think I would make a small quilt for my next grand baby. Thanks!

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  35. Love your Mat...and the Scraps Mini Quilt!! With a Charm Pack...I think I would make some Pillows for Grangirlie's bedroom! Thanks for chance to win, even tho I don't do Instagram (or FB,or Twitter)

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  36. This fabric is so lovely. I would love to make a huggy blanket for my granddaughter. I have already purchased some of this fabric, and it is luscious!

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  37. I love this fabric line and I would love to make a machine mat with pockets like you did.

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  38. Love the butterfly. This fabric is perfect for it.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  39. I would add enough other fabric to make a sweet lap quilt. This fabric is so delicate and light. Wonderful.

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  40. I think a little "envelope/love letter" wall-hanging mini quilt would be ideal to make from this charming fabric.

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  41. I would make a doll for my daughter's first birthday x

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  42. I absolutely love the cover for your machine with the handy pockets!
    I would either make a quilt for my 8 month old grand baby, or perhaps some doll clothes.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity

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  43. I have grandbaby #12 on the way, this would be a cute blanket for her. thank you for the chance, their so lovely! sewfabrics@outlook.com

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  44. Love all your projects with this gorgeous fabric! I think I'd make some pouches with these.

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  45. These are such pretty fabrics. I would probably make some cushions as I really need some new ones, or an EPP bag made with hexagons which is what I often use my charm packs for. I love your sewing tidy, such great idea. x

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  46. Sweet fabrics. I would love to recreate what you made, it is just precious. I am planning to make some sweet valentines gifts for my grandbebes.

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  47. Oh my gosh, I love everything you make! Your butterfly ready shows off Amy's fabric, it's beautiful!

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  48. I would probably make my daughter a new ballet bag - hers is on its last legs!

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  49. I would make a charming mini-quilt to use as a wall hanging in my sewing room. These colors are so feminine and sweet!

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  50. I love the fabrics. I am not sure what I would make from them. Maybe a string quilt. The colors are so soft. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    Joyce Frazier joycemarlane@aol.com

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  51. I don't have instagram and would love to enter the giveaway. I think the charms would make a great pillow.

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  52. I would make a table runner for my toddler class snack table...they would love the colors and patterns!

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  53. Hi Jemima
    It's really nice to meet you via blog and appreciate your quilt works. Love the undercover mat and in particular the paper pieced butterfly charm block..oh so...so beautiful. Your motto "when life gives you scraps, make quilts" is so fun and so very true. Quilting makes it all better. Thank you for sharing.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  54. Love all of the items you have made! Such lovely work! This line would be so much fun to work with, it would be hard to decide what to make, but am sure I would come up with something :o)

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  55. Lovely fabric - i would make a charm box quilt. Love the sewing machine mat!

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  56. I've been wanting to make a sewing machine mat! You can pick me please!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  57. Thanks for including those of us who aren't on IG. I would love to add the charm pack to my Art Gallery stash and see how well they mix and match together to make a quilt and a matching throw pillow!

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  58. What a gorgeous fabric collection. I would make a quilted bag for my jewellery x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  59. This collection is delightful. A small quilt for a little girl would be the perfect platform to showcase it's appeal.

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  60. I love your projects, especially the wall hanging behind your machine. Everything that Amy touches turns out simply stunning. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  61. Such lovely fabrics, and your project is gorgeous! I would love to make a baby quilt from this line.

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  62. Just found your blog... LOVE It! The fabric is soo beautiful!

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  63. Would love to do a mini quilt with these fabrics!!!

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