Tool Caddy

Join us for the Sew on the Go mini-series. Learn how to make a Tool Caddy with Ashley Hough, managing editor of National Sewing Circle and National Quilters Circle. Make sure to tune-in LIVE every day of the series for a chance to win an Oliso Mini Project Iron!

Click here to download the materials list, patterns, and instructions!

Check out the entire mini-series schedule below. All live events will be available for replay. If you make any of the projects from the series, share with us by using the hashtag #ShareCraftsy on social media!

Series Schedule:

Monday, August 2nd at 2:00 p.m. CT – Iron Cord Wrap

Tuesday, August 3rd at 2:00 p.m. CT – Drawstring Bag

Wednesday, August 4th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Que Chula Fabric Basket

Thursday, August 5th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Tool Caddy

Friday, August 6th at 2:00 p.m. CT – 30 Minute Zipper Pouch

Download free patterns Brought to you by Oliso and Craftsy

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. Sweepstakes are open to legal residents of the 50 United States or District of Columbia, age 18 or older. For Official Rules, click here. Entries must be received between 2:00:00 PM Central Time (“CT”) on 08/02/21 and ends at 3:00:00 PM CT on 08/06/21 (the “Sweepstakes Entry Period”). Void where prohibited by law. Sponsor: TN Marketing LLC.
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250 Responses to “Tool Caddy”

  1. Nusrat Merchant

    Love the tutorial and watching the iron being used shows how convenient it would be to have at the little ironing station made from a TV table next to my machine

  2. Cate Shaffer-Shelby

    I watched this video and was looking for the quilt pattern for the quilt hanging behind Ashley but have been unable to locate it. Would you please provide the link that she indicated would be posted within a month or so of this video release??

  3. Sandra Starkey

    I am enjoying, the project I will make one to for my art room.. the Olliso iron sure looks handy. I see all the sewers using them

  4. Sandi Matteson

    Never had an Oliso iron, I would be in heaven to win one since I am taking quilting lessons and love my new hobby.

  5. Donna

    This would be such a handy iron when I make coaster sets. No more steamed fingers.

  6. Carla

    Love my Oliso iron, but the smaller version would be great for pressing binding to go around my quilts. It’s so cute, I would display it in my craft room! It would be awesome to win it.

  7. Sharon L Conroy-Smith

    I am handicapped. This iron would make it easier for me to setup a closer work station. Thank you for your tutorial and this opportunity to win the Oliso iron.

  8. Celia Ambrose

    thanks for the live videos. It would be great to win the small Oliso iron.

  9. Anne Leger

    Thank You for the chance to win the Oliso Mini Iron. I would use it to press my sewing seams.

  10. Shari Edwards

    It would be a great iron to take with me on quilt retreats, the size is prefect!

  11. Tess

    August 5th @9:40. Tess (Guest): I would use the Oliso Mini Project Iron on my craft/sewing table so my daughter and I could work on projects together.

  12. Karen Dick

    The iron would be very useful in making doll clothes and other small craft items.

  13. Lori Matheson

    I would love to have the little iron . It would make working on my quilts so much more pleasant. Thank you.

    I would love to have the little iron. It would make my working on my quilts so much more pleasant. Thank You

  14. Annette Stenger

    It would be so nice to have an Oliso Iron to keep close to my sewing machine for pressing seams on blocks, etc.
    Thank you for putting on such good info programs.

  15. ToniToni Gulis

    I would love the Oliso portable iron – I have the full size version in my sewing room already and it would be fabulous to have the portable smaller version one to take on my sewing retreats and outings –

  16. Darlene Norton

    I find these instructions very helpful. If I didn’t win the iron where could I buy it? would love to have one at my work station. A fairly new quilter here.

  17. Julia Schuler

    This little iron would go to every quilting retreat I go to, right by my side.

  18. Karen Harris

    This little iron would be great for ironing difficult projects such as microwave cozy’s!!

  19. Sandy

    The mi I iron would be great for traveling. Light weight and small enough to fit in suitcase. Great for sewing table, too.

  20. Cathy Miller

    I would use the oliso mini for piecing my quilts and bags right at my work station!

  21. Katy Owens

    I would use the oliso small iron for appliqué!! On retreats and share so others can try it!!’

  22. Katy Owens

    I would use the olio small iron for appliqué!! On retreats and share so others can try it!!’

  23. Susan

    The Oliso mini project iron would be perfect in my mini sewing space and crafting studio!