Nancy Zieman's Tablet Keeper Blog Tour

I’m excited to kick off the Tablet Keeper Blog Tour today! Twenty bloggers have been selected to participate in this fun and creative Blog Tour. Clover sent each blogger a Tablet Keeper template set, plus all the findings (shapers, create-a-strap, hardware, stabilizer, etc.) For 20 days in January, a different guest blogger will showcase their Tablet Keeper creation. With the impressive lineup of bloggers, I know the creative options will be noteworthy! Plus, Clover gave us three product collections to give away as prizes! Scroll down for details.

Nancy Zieman's Tablet Keeper Blog Tour

During this blog tour, I know you’ll find artsy quilting and sewing techniques featured on both the E-Tablet and Paper Tablet options. Since the tablet keepers can be made in three sizes, you’ll find a technique that’s ideal for you! I’ve already detailed the basics of how to make an E-tablet Keeper and Paper Tablet Keeper in previous blog posts. Click and review! 

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Interior of the medium-sized E-Tablet Keeper

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Interior of large-sized paper tablet keeper

Here’s my idea:

I selected the embroidery collection, Text Talk, which includes emoticons, smiley faces, and texting abbreviations. There are 117 embroidery designs: abbreviated phrases, smiley faces, Emoticons, full upper and lower case alphabets, numbers, etc. The unique part of this collection is that there are two placement stitching outlines to aid in perfect placement of the design no matter what size of Tablet Keeper you’re making.

Text Talk Embroidery collection by Nancy Zieman

Blog Tour Details

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Each weekday, for 20 days in January, be sure to visit the guest blogger’s site to see their Tablet Keeper creation. Each day on my Facebook page, I’ll be directing you to the next stop on the Blog Tour.

January 3            Nancy Zieman         

January 4            Amy Ellis                  

January 5            Sharon Pernes          

January 6            Vicki Christensen    

January 9            Joan Hawley             

January 10            Pat Sloan                 

January 11            Eileen Roche           

January 12            Liz Hicks                 

January 13            Fran Ortmeyer       

January 16            Ilene Miller             

January 17            Julie Herman         

January 18            Jenny Gabriel        

January 19            Natalia Bonner      

January 20            Frieda Anderson   

January 23            Cindy Cloward       

January 24            Beckie Hansen       

January 25            Amy Webb               

January 26            Allie Robertson      

January 27            Mary Mulari             

January 30            Laura Wasilowski  

January 31            Carol Porter              

We’ve added a Give Away to the Tablet Keeper Blog tour. We’ll be sending three lucky, random winners a Clover Prize Package valued at $135.00. Names will be drawn on February 1, 2012. Here is what’s included in each of the three Prize Packages:

  •  45 mm Clover Rotary Cutter
  • Quick Bias Marble Tapes
  • Silk Thread
  • Magnet Pin Caddy
  • Double Sided Thimble
  • Nancy Zieman Grandmother’s One Patch Template Collection with Free project sheet
  • Gold Eye Needles
  • Clover Pins. 


For chances to win one of the prizes, please post comments on this site (yes you can enter once a day). Share your thoughts about the Tablet Keepers you see on the blog tour and/or about the Tablet Keeper you plan to make. Three random winners will be selected and posted, Wednesday, February 1st.

I am extending a big thank you to Clover for sponsoring the Tablet Keeper Blog Tour! Check out this free project sheet for more inspiration.

Have you made your Tablet Keeper yet? Share a photo of your completed Tablet Keeper at my Tablet Keeper Flickr site. 

Bye for now,

Nancy Zieman The Blog

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