Sunday, June 16, 2013

Tammy Project Bag and a giveaway coming soon...

...where does the time go..today is day 4 of the
Tammy Project Bag Blog Hop
I'm so glad to be participating in this fun blog hop
hosted by Mdm Samm at Sew We Quilt.
Thank you Mdm Samm for making this blog hop possible
and for designing this sweet bag pattern...I luv it!!
I will definitely be making more of them.

My first bag is a sewing kit....
...a bag I can carry all my hand sewing supplies when travelling in the car
or taking to quilting.
The outside fabric is a sewing print by Debbie Mumm with an
orange pin dot by Moda.

a view of the inside...
yes, all these goodies can fit into the bag!!
My second bag is for my embroidery projects.
It's a black gingham on the outside
with a yellow, orange and white floral print lining.
The crocheted flower has a yellow button center.
You will find some needles, a variety of flosses, 
tracing pens, scissors and patterns...
...I was able to fit 6 patterns in the bag.
It definitely holds more than you think.
Some of my favorite embroidery patterns lately are Rag-Tag Stitchin' 
designed by
Michelle Ridgway...an Australian designer.

Thanks for stopping by...Ü
please visit the other talented ladies
participating in the Tammy Project Blog Hop today...
be prepared to be inspired!!
 June 17th (Monday)



Pauline...this is me


  Martina  

I haven't had a give away in awhile...
be sure to come back on Friday and see what I've come up with
...and what I've been up to.

Many thanks to Mme Samm for all her hard work in 
organizing the hop and for supplying us with her great Tammy Bag design.

Many thanks to the sponsors of this blog hop
Riley Blake Designs
 Jim at Corrado Cutlery

hugs and happy stitching 

52 comments:

Judy B said...

Your Tammy bags are lovely! The black check is my favorite. Thank you for sharing.

Martina said...

Cute fabric with the sewingmachine and notions! And the flower adds a special touch to the gingham. Very sweet!

Vickie said...

Super cute fabrics Pauline ! The flower on the gingham one looks perfect on it !

The Thimblemouse of Country Crossroads said...

Cute bags, both of them...and you certainly know how to pack 'em!

Patty C. said...

I love sewing notions with The Tammy ... nice work ;)

feltfree på Åsly said...

The orange Tammy is a beauty, love them both. Thanks for sharing. Great job. Frederika

Pauline said...

Two beautiful Tammy's, cute fabric choice and combinations, you know how to put lots in them!
Thanks for sharing!

Britt-Inger said...

I love your two Tammys. They are so cute with wonderful choices of fabric
Great job. Thanks for sharing

Mara said...

So pretty, it's just amazing how much you can get inside of them.

Gill said...

Great Tammy bags - it's incredible how much stuff you can fit in them!!
Thanks for sharing!

Madame Samm said...

Hi Pauline..nice to see you and your bags...are those sewing machines on your bag? great bags as always you shine

gpc said...

Your bags are beautiful! I can't wait to make one. :)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Cute, cute Pauline - I can't believe you got 6 patterns in there! I only made 2 of these bags and I'm using them both for makeup but I now know I want more for my sewing projects. There's never enough time to make all I want! I haven't tried any Rag-Tag patterns but I've fallen in love with Kathy Schmitz patterns - am working on a BOM of hers right now. blessings, marlene

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I just love the bags!! great fabric

Jeanie said...

Great bags! I think the sewing fabric is my favorite... thanks for sharing!

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

Thr bags are lovely. Thanks for sharing.

suemac said...

Love the gingham with the crocheted flower.

Linda J said...

It is amazing how much will fit in that bag---the blousy, pear shape is a little deceptive when you look at the outside of the bag. Then of course, there are pockets that expand a bit too.

Both of your bags are lovely but I like the gingham one the best with the white crocheted flower. Very sweet bag in the true "Tammy" sense.

Linda said...

Your bags are so pretty!! Great job!

apple blossom said...

thanks for sharing your bags today

patchouli moon studio said...

Pauline your Tammy bags are both so beautiful.

MooseStash Quilting said...

Love em both. Don't you just love Debbie Mumm fabrics? :-)

Patty said...

I LOVE your bags. Love the black gingham.Sometimes plain is best;)

Kathy H said...

Very cute bags and I can't believe how much they hold. I especially like the black check with the floral accent. WOnderful.

Julia Plunkett said...

Both bags are just lovely! Thanks for sharing.

Marla's Crafts said...

Both bags are lovely but I think I love the first one. Thanks for having a give away.

Bettina Groh said...

My husband would really like me to make one of those bags for our car trips...it would keep me organized in the car. I'm currently working on a pincushion to attach near the car door handle ( he tired of pins being stuck in my car seat!)

Loralynn said...

Awesome Tammy bags!

LJ said...

Both of your bags are totally wonderful. The gingham one is "me" and the lining and the flower are just so sweet. I am astounded at how much stuff the Tammy bag will hold.

Carol said...

Goodness...such cute bags! Love the colors and fabrics you chose. It still amazes me how much fits in that tiny bag. :O)

Carrie P. said...

really cute bags. I can't believe how much you can get it them.

Lou said...

Cute bags!
Love teh fabrics you picked!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Pauline, I just love them, especially the black gingham. I cannot believe how much we can fit into our bags! amazing!

vicki said...

Such cute bags! love the fabric, esp. the first one. Thanks for sharing.

madebymeinred said...

Both bags are unique. Neat fabrics.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

Hello Pauline,
your bage are gorgeous, how could we ever have lived so long without these Tammy bags...
Thanks for sharing.
Liebe Grüße
Bente

krislovesfabric said...

Love your bags, great fabric choices :)

The Slow Quilter said...

WOW!! I just love the fabric and look at all the stuff you can but in that bag.

tink's mom said...

great packing. the capacity of these bags is amazing. yours are very sweet.

maggie said...

O h, such a sweet bag. I love the checks. So sweet.
Good job
cheers
maggie
maggiemine42@gmail.com

Lesley said...

Aren't you the smart one! Two bags and both so pretty! Amazing how much they can hold. Well done!

sandra said...

Very lovely bags Pauline I especially love the Debbie Mumm fabric as I don't see it very often anymore I really loved her when I first started to quilt. Those bags sure seems to hold lots are they hard to make if your hands have a lot of arthritis?

OhioLori said...

Awesome job!! Love your Sewing Kit one!! (Is it Flannel? I made Jamma pants from flannel of same print!! LOL)

Janarama said...

I can't believe you put all that stuff in the bag! They all turned out terrific!

Emily C said...

Love the sewing fabric on the first bag, so appropriate for the contents. Great bags.

Theresa said...

Lovely bags, great job!

Karen said...

Gorgeous fabrics in your bags. They look wonderful! And I am amazed at how much you can fit in them. That is also amazing. Beautiful work!

Sherry Von Fumetti said...

The blue gingham bag is really cute. I've never tried a snap closure like that. Thanks for the giveaway.

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Great job on your sweet Tammy bags! Seeing all the different colors of gingham in these cute bags has made me a big fan of gingham.
Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Great bags. Those bags look so small, I can't believe you can get all that stuff into them. Wow!

Anita said...

Very cute bag!

Anonymous said...

Where can you purchase this pattern?

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