TIE ONE ON DAY™ – November 27, 2019  
CELEBRATING ACTS OF KINDNESS FOR 14 YEARS!

 

TIE ONE ON DAY™     Give from the heart on Wednesday – then give thanks on Thursday

This Thanksgiving Eve, Tie One On (an apron of course!) and bring joy to the life of someone in need

Participation is easy and uplifting!

    • Simply wrap a loaf of bread or baked good in an apron
    • Tuck an encouraging note or prayer into the pocket
    • Present your offering to a neighbor, friend or person in your community who could benefit from your gesture of kindness
    • Tie One On – and put the “give” back into Thanksgiving

Tie One On Day™ is a win-win, for the participant and the receiver. And by embracing TOODay, you will make someone else’s day brighter

“Women clad in aprons have traditionally prepared the Thanksgiving meal, and it is within our historical linkage to share our bounty.”     EllynAnne Geisel

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Contact: EllynAnne Geisel

605 W. 17th St.
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: 719.671.5464

E-mail: ellynanne@apronmemories.com
Web: www.apronmemories.com

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TOODay_Inspiration_Nancy Zieman
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Tie One On Day’s™ loyal supporters promote making the world a nicer place through gestures of kindness

Nancy Zieman was the host and executive producer of Sewing With Nancy, a popular PBS production for over 20 years in partnership with Wisconsin Public Television. Founder of Nancy’s Notions, a direct mail business, Nancy was an author and a designer for The McCall Pattern Company and Clover Needlecraft. Nancy was a frequent guest and presenter at sewing and quilting events nationwide, where she shared her knowledge, skill and love of sewing.

Website: https://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/

BERNINA is a fourth generation family-owned company. Swiss precision is at the heart of every product they make. Their products are known for Quality, Innovation and Design. With innovative features that make sewing easier, BERNINA emphasizes ergonomic design that lets you focus on your project and not the machine.

BERNINA’s nationwide network of fully trained independent dealerships provides the highest standard of service, beginning with free guide classes after purchase. Find a BERNINA store near you at www.berninausa.com/dealer.

We Sew It All

BERNINA of America introduced the WeAllSew.com blog for sewing enthusiasts of all ages who share their love of sewing through ideas, projects, patterns and tips. The WeAllSew blog offers a place for sewers, embroiderers and quilters to connect with fellow enthusiasts and sewing experts. Readers will also find tutorials, easy step-by-step instructions, new product information and inspirational ideas, including ways to help sewers step up to the next level. Find your next sewing idea on WeAllSew.com. With topics running the gamut on all things sewing, quilting, embroidery and crafting, you are sure to find something to spark your creativity.

Andrews McMeel Universal (AMU) is global, independent and integrated media partner for creators who specialize in comics, illustrated humor and inspirational content. AMU champions multiple opportunities and relationships to advance discovery, growth and success through global syndication; book, calendar and greeting card publishing; digital consumer experiences; and entertainment licensing.

As a proud sponsor of Tie One On Day (…an apron, of course!), Andrews McMeel Universal celebrates the twelfth year of author EllynAnne’s kindness initiative as an extension of the company’s belief that kindness brings about positivity and change.
For more information: www.andrewsmcmeel.com

 

Taste of Home is at heart a friendly exchange of authentic family-favorite recipes handed down over generations and shared among loved ones.
Taste of Home recipes are practical because they’re from home cooks—not gourmet chefs—and feature familiar, everyday ingredients; clear, beautiful photos; and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. And because each is individually tested by culinary experts in our Test Kitchen, Taste of Home recipes are reliable; we guarantee that you can count on success each time you prepare one.

But more than simply offering recipes, Taste of Home fosters a strong and loyal sense of community among like-minded home cooks of all ages, who share food preparation secrets and tips, humorous and heartwarming anecdotes, and glimpses into their kitchens, their homes and their lives.

Taste of Home is the world’s leading food media brand; we publish magazines, special interest recipe collections for sale at retail and grocery stores each year, dozens of cookbooks, and we host over 300 local cooking schools around the country each year.
Taste of Home is part of Reader’s Digest, the first and only media community designed to unify the voices and experience of everyday cooks and home entertainers.

 

Colonial Patterns Inc

For over 70 years, Colonial Patterns has provided America’s craft lovers with the widest selection of transfer patterns for use in needlework, fabric painting, wearable art, quilting, woodworking and leather crafts. Visit Colonial Patterns/Aunt Martha’s website for beloved vintage transfers, along with new designs, reproduction vintage dishcloths, aprons and much more!
Website: www.colonialpatterns.com

Country Woman magazine is a bimonthly publication with more than one million readers that reads like a chat with a good friend over a cup of coffee. Published since 1970 for women who love the country way, Country Woman magazine celebrates their diversity, strength and spirit.

Each issue features a large food section filled with mouth-watering, down-home recipes for today’s cooks, including winning recipes for the issue’s contest. There are also ideas for easy and frugal country decorating, casual entertaining, fun and appealing crafts, garden tips, lifestyle stories, health advice, puzzles, and nostalgia, as well as profiles of women doing amazing things.

In 1962, sweeping views of the Napa Valley charmed our grandfather, Caspar Escher, into purchasing land in the Mayacamas Mountain range high above the Rutherford Bench. Together with our grandmother, Virginia Crowley Escher, he created a rustic getaway from San Francisco. “Pops” raised cattle, rabbits, chickens and horses and “Vee” oversaw the fruit trees, herbs and vegetable gardens. As kids, we rode on Pops’ tractor, helped farm and fix things, and explored the property. Other days we would clear trails, hunt for mushrooms and when lucky, find Indian obsidian arrowheads.

The passing of our grandfather inspired us to preserve his legacy. We rekindled our dormant grove of century-old Mission olive trees and enriched the land with fruit trees, a garden, bee hives and an idyllic vineyard. Atop those rocky hillside soils, we organically farm 13 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petite Verdot vines.

We are blessed with the rich terrain to produce extra virgin olive oil and wildflower honey from our estate. Every harvest we experience the humble purity of our family’s land. It is our pleasure to invite you to share it with us.

The heart of Tie One On Day™ reminds us of our grandparents and our blessings, and we are delighted to sponsor this day of kindness.

Jody Harris, Gingy Harris Gable

With a mission of Advancing Sewing as an Art and Life Skill, the American Sewing Guild has over 20,000 enthusiastic members in 138 chapters and over a 1,000 neighborhood groups throughout the country. ASG members are among the most passionate sewers you will meet. If you’d like to learn the basics of sewing, take your sewing to the next level or learn new sewing skills within a nurturing environment, join ASG! To learn more about ASG, become a member or start a group in your community, visit www.asg.org

Read our blog and follow us on Twitter @SewingGuild

Workday Wear is a collaborative creative studio founded in Olivebridge, NY in 2016. Our work is based on the values we hold dear in everyday life: a love of essential things, elegant utilitarianism, and kindness. Our ambition is to produce timeless, functional workday wear that serves a purpose, is community focused, carries a story and is Handmade in New York’s Hudson Valley.

All the strong, creative, hard-working women who came before me and settled our rugged and inspirational community sparked the theme for the inaugural collection. This was the uniform worn by our people: local church ladies working to feed a family in need, an artist out in a bucolic field grabbing the last bit of brilliant light, a farm worker pulling in a load of freshly dug potatoes, a shopkeeper sweeping the sidewalk in front of their store, the women who joined the Women’s Land Army during WWII and plowed, planted, and harvested the nations crop. These are the true heroes who inspire our work.

Sarah

Workday Wear adapts to your style and encourages personal statement. It’s seasonless, timeless, versatile, expertly designed, and created for women like you and me—women who have extraordinarily ordinary lives, who appreciate fine craftsmanship, and who care about where their clothes are made, what they’re made from and who made them!

“Workday Wear was inspired by all the strong, creative women who came before me and called Olivebridge, New York their home. Their work was rooted in family, community, caring and creativity, as is mine.” ~ Sarah Stitham

MikWright is a nationally known greeting card company founded in 1991 by friends Phyllis Wright-Herman and Tim Mikkelsen, better known as the “Wright” and “Mik” of MikWright. In addition to 2000 independent retailers nationwide, the MikWright brand can be found on numerous licensed products with High Cotton, TF Publishing, Design Design and Andrews McMeel Publishing. MikWright‘s feature credits include Donny Deutsch’s “The Big Idea”, CNBC Power Lunch, Seattle PM Magazine and numerous national and regional publications.

When MikWright “ties one on,” it usually involves vodka and olives. Accordingly, MikWright is a proud sponsor and continuing supporter of EllynAnne’s national Tie One On Day.

3 Steps to Tie One On Day™ –
Wrap.Write.Deliver.

Participation in Tie One on Day™ is simple. Wrap a loaf of bread or other homemade treat in an apron and tuck in a sweet note. Then tie one on…an apron, of course! and deliver the wrapped bundle to someone…a neighbor, friend or charity…without your bounty and in need of physical or spiritual sustenance, a bit of recognition or just a kind word.

Tie One On Day™ Notecard

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     Tie One On Day™ Inspiration

“This year is the first Thanksgiving without my mother. She passed away in April at 88 years of age. I am going to try to bring back family traditions with my daughter an granddaughters this year in getting them to drop their busy lives for one day and cook together and remember what we are truly thankful for. Giving up the digital stuff for just one day and really talking with one another. My mom would really love that, all the family together creating a meal. And of course that means I will make us all new aprons as well as one to give away with a great wrapped inside.”   Cyndy Lacey

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“I am filling shopping bags with fresh boxes of crayons, construction paper, stickers, stamps and stamp pads, glitter, glue, watercolor paints, paint brushes, beads, confetti, etc., and am going to head over to the local branch of the public library. Let the kids have a good time like I used to! I can’t wait to see all the handprint turkey pictures posted in the window!!!”   Debra S

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 “Last year I found out about Tie One On Day. I love the idea of cooking something and wrapping it in an apron and giving it to a neighbor or someone who is alone.

I was very surprised when I won the Bernina Bernette! I gave it to my granddaughter because she loves to sew, and she needed to upgrade from a machine I had bought for her that only had straight stitching. She has learned so much from watching videos on youtube and is not afraid to try new things. She loves the Bernina. She even showed her older cousin how to make a pillowcase with the machine.

Again, thank you for the opportunity to win this machine. We love your aprons, and we’ll be taking part in Tie One On Day this year and every year.”   Maggie Potter, Artesia, MS

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“More often, I should sit down and write a note of thanks to others who make me feel so blessed by their love and friendship. Thank you for putting into action what became a more wonderful day because I shared a loaf of bread.”   Amy Bissell

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“We have Christmas traditions that have developed over the years but hadn’t really found any for Thanksgiving Eve until now. Thank you! We love your Tie One On Day.” Becky Smart

“I just got finished with my apron yesterday and I have to bake the bread today and tonight I will take them (along with a gift certificate at a grocery store) to a family whose dad has been out of work.”   Bonnie Ellis

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“I’ve gotten my husband involved and we decided Tie One On Day is something we will do every year with our son as a way to give back and teach him the joy of giving.”   Jennie Schaeffer

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“I raided the local second hand store for old jeans and tattered old linens to make darling jean ruffle aprons I have 6 loaves and aprons to deliver and I feel so honored to a part of such a great give-a-thon.”   René Groom

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“Hood River’s local 4-H groups heard about the Oak Street Hotel’s support of Tie One On Day, and on November 11th, they are going to have a huge apron making party. Then all the kids are going to wrap their aprons around food for the local needy and deliver in some way. TOOD is starting to catch on here and we’re thrilled to be a part of that!”

Adrienne Happy, Oak Street Hotel, Hood River, OR

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“Last year we lost our home and everything in it to Hurricane Sandy. With our family scattered, we had a Thanksgiving dinner that was offered for free to survivors. In the ensuing months in our tiny rented apartment, I’ve started to sew again on a donated machine. It has been a year and our chances of going back home are bleak, but I know I can brighten someone’s day by making aprons to be included in the Thanksgiving packages that are being handed out by our church.”   Christine

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“I plan to make an apron for a lady in my church who has started a group called Feed the Family. She has been giving classes in canning and ways to save on your food budget. She operates a garden cart where we can take or leave free excess produce, we are hoping to start a church community garden next spring. With the apron I will include something that I have canned all by myself!”   Angel dye

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“I LOVE sewing, wearing and giving aprons as gifts!

I’m happy to join in and celebrate “TIE ONE ON THURSDAY”. My precious friend, Marian, is in a convalescent home and she will be thrilled to have a visitor bearing homemade gifts.

Blessings and thanks for this opportunity,”   Carolynn Mintz

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“I create & sell aprons for a living and TOOD is my favorite day of the year. This year, I plan on wearing one for my shift at the food bank, then leaving it behind with someone who touches my heart. Whether it’s a guest, or volunteer- someone who will carry the apron forward.”   Aimee

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“I was once told that Thanksgiving was for giving thanks and gifts while Christmas was for religious renewal. It should be during Thanksgiving that gifts should be given as tokens of all the ‘thank-you’s’ you should say to those who helped you throughout the year. Giving to those in need is also a ‘thank you’ for being blessed with a kind heart and the ability to extend one’s hand in aide. I’ve tried using that lesson, giving to charities at Thanksgiving. This year I plan on donating fresh vegetables and fruits to The Mission of Citrus County. Of course I’ll have to include an apron too!”   Marcia

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“TOOD – what a clever way to recognize someone you are thankful to have in your life!! I am taking a sewing class – after an absence of 30+ years of sewing — and have found making aprons to be the most rewarding project thus far! I am making two – one for my dearest friend and the other for a new friend who has proven herself to be an “angel” over and over. One lives too far to take a baked goodie to so I will have to think of something else to “tie in” with the apron. The friend who lives nearby loves unique teas so I think some pumpkin bread, a special blend of autumn tea, and an apron will let her know how much her friendship has meant to me. Every time I “tie an apron on” myself – I hope to reflect on those I have been and am thankful for!!”   Kathy Wright

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Hood River News – 4-H’ers ‘Tie One On’   Oregon teens give from the heart::

“Since there was no school on Monday, Nov.11, due to Veterans Day, the Hood River County 4-H members gathered at the OSU Extension Building to decorate their own aprons, as well as cookies, to give to people of the community.

As 4-H Ambassadors planned for only 10 participants, they were pleasantly surprised when about 25 kids showed up, eager to help out in any way they could.

The event was created to preview the upcoming event “Tie One on Day,” on which you wrap a home-baked good in an apron and give it to a neighbor as an act of kindness. It traditionally takes place the day before Thanksgiving, to show the people around you that you are thankful for them.”     Read more..

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“This TOOD is going global. My girls and I will be giving to Sole Hope, providing closed toe shoes to African children one pair at a time. I hope others will join us!”

http://www.solehope.com/who-we-are/     Priscilla Esset

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“With one of my Sandy’s Sweet Nothings aprons using donated fabric from Indygo Junction and other donated aprons I will be donating the aprons to our local Winona Area Volunteer Service Food Shelf where they put an apron into someone’s food box to wear on Thanksgiving Day! This is something that I have been doing for several years. Thank you!”   Sandy Erdman

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“I’m going to give 10 wrapped gifts boxes with an apron, art supplies and encouraging note in each to the Salvation Army Gifts for Kids.”   Vanessa B

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“I read about “Tie One On Day” in the Country Woman magazine and plan to participate this year. My Grandmother wore full aprons most everyday and I remember all of the wonderful things she carried in her pockets.

I am also going to suggest this idea to my County 4-H group that coordinates an annual sewing project for community service. It is great to see young people excited about sewing and performing community service. My mind is spinning with possibilities for this project!”   Donna Palmer

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“I am so excited to learn about Tie-One-On Day! I work for a city department and we are actually doing a Vintage Apron display the week before Thanksgiving…with the last day being Tie-One-On Day! We just had a class yesterday learning to make aprons from men’s shirts! I plan to surprise some of my co-workers with a homemade apron and goodie inside the day before Thanksgiving! Thanks so much for this!”   Brandy Conyers

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“After much thought, I decided to give a loaf of my grandma’s favorite pumpkin bread and a new turkey day apron to the lady who works at the dry cleaners. She is a dear soul who listens to everyone who comes though the door, day in and day out… rarely sharing much about herself. I found out (quite by accident) that she is having surgery next week. So TOODay is coming a bit early this year.”   Gina Lagaly

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“My 9 year-old daughter heard about this unique day and wanted to participate so we baked muffins together, wearing matching aprons, to give to neighbors and friends. She wrote notes thanking them for their friendship and we delivered them together, explaining Tie One On Day to each recipient. We even gave treats for the dogs! Some we wrapped in scarves instead of aprons to mix it up a bit. Each person was touched and thrilled. Think we have a new tradition!”   Mindy