Tie One On Blog Hop – Day 3
Now for Tie One on Blog Hop Day 3 – the incredible Sue O’Very!
Sue has been involved in the designing and sewing industry for more years than she looks capable of. Read that as she must have started in the industry when she was 9 🙂 I found her bio here very interesting. She has a LOT going on! Seriously, her street cred list is LONG!
Her blog post today lists a bunch of her other patterns that she made using Tie One On PLUS a really great step by step tutorial and video for a Toiletries Roll Up that looks pretty versatile! Sue has a been a big supporter of Tie One On from the first time I ever reached out for help sewing projects with the line. I love this, because she makes all sorts of things that I would not even think of making!
She made the very cool Bag below for our Spring Quilt Market booth. It is very well made and her skill of using cork is superb. The pattern is called Pouch in the Hoop and it is only found at your local sewing machine dealers. If they don’t carry it, tell them should and they can get it from Brewer or Checker!
Here are the Blue Nickel Visual Contributions for today’s post.
This little project is just a piece that I have been playing with – absolutely no plan for usefulness or placement. To me, the “Be a Man” quote in the middle of the pink Pick Nick tjap surrounded by the embroidery is very funny in its “gender assignment” clashing (that’s a thing, right?)
I used these blocks from my Hashabout Quilt as samples in the class I taught this summer in Sisters. Should I work them up into a Valentines runner or something else?
Reminders about the Hop…
Make sure you stop by each of the stops on the Blog Hop tour!
Remember each of them will be choosing one winner of a fantastic bundle of Tie One On Fat Quarters! And one commentor from each of my blog posts ABOUT these mighty fine peeps will win some little treat as well.
Hope that you are enjoying the Blog Hop so far, lots of cool stuff to follow.
And as always,
Keep Sewing, Keep Happy,
I love her tutorial for the toiletry bag. They’d make great stocking stuffers, etc., for the holidays. Thanks for the great blog hop. Love your the new collection.
A Valentine runner would be sweet. I am craving some of your batiks right now!
Cute bag, pretty blocks.
What a great idea Sue has for the guys! This would be very useful when traveling.
Your blocks are beautiful and would make a wonderful table topper .
Sue has so many ideas for cute little bags .I think your Hashabout blocks will be perfect for Valentines.
Love the hash about blocks! I say a table runner would be perfect for them.
Love the blog hop to introduce your great new fabrics!
I love the bag Sue made. I can see many different uses, depending on what size you make the pockets.
Sue’s tutorials are always great, easy to follow.
We’re going to the show in Asheville, NC this weekend. I want to look for this cork that is becoming so popular and looks incredibly versatile
Anita L Jackson
Adorable pouch from Sue! That pink print would make a fabulous “camp Shirt”! the tic tac toe—- I just still can’t believe how modernism has changed terminology so quickly–hashtag! # (weight symbol). Great for tic tac toe, x’s and o’s …Love it!
Cute bag., I love those hashtag blocks!
Love the Hashabout Quilt blocks!
Love your visual contributions today!!
I’m off to read Sue’s post.