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About

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“So Ellie, What do you do?”  The answer changes all the time depending on who asks me and what mood I’m in.  I’m a Homemaker, Wife, Mother, Singer, Songwriter, Bowtie Maker, Seamstress, and Choir teacher… to name a few.   In June 2009, I began making bow ties and it’s become a rather fun adventure for me.  I’m learning what it is like to start a business, nurture my craft and care for my family and home at the same time.  We live in South Carolina and even though I’m not a native southerner, I really do enjoy our culture down here.

This blog is a collection of whatever gets me excited. Here you’ll find things like my most recent thrift store find, a beautiful photo of my child, a recipe, a craft, an idea for a new song or my most recently made bow tie.

Join me on this journey, Won’t you?

Cheers,

Ellie

11 Responses to “About”

  1. Sharon Joy

    Hey, Ellie!

    I had a few minutes of browsing time…so I came to your blog to be inspired! So many things you’ve posted that I have well-loved over the years…stretcher.com, my More With Less cookbook…I was so excited to read that there was someone around with similar exquisite tastes! Hope you guys are great!

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  2. *Taz*

    Thank you for coming through to my blog and showing love.. you said that you have been making seersucker bowties for some time now… If so, could i get your information to talk about a possible purchase and how you began this entreprenuership..
    thank you

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  3. Paul South

    Dear Mrs. Stager:
    Thanks for a wonderful site. Love the ties. Also, thanks for the brief discussion of Reformation Day parties. As a more theologically reformed member of the student body here at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, I appreciate it.
    Blessings,
    Paul South

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  4. David

    Greetings,

    I too am a bow tie maker. Where do you buy your fabric? I have not been able to find good silk.

    By the looks of your site you do some great work, everything looks very professional. I look forward to your response.

    Regards,

    David

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  5. aimee

    Hi Ellie,
    I am trying to find a yellow and white seersucker bowtie for my boyfriend for a christmas gift. I has to be self tied and not a clip and I was hoping you would be able to help me. I saw the seersucker ties for the little guys, but are you able to make them for an adult? I know he would love it if I could get it for him. Thanks!

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  6. Jeremy

    Hi Ellie,

    I’ve been going nuts trying to find some sliders to try my hand at making some ties. Do you have any concrete leads on where I could get some? I need about 10. Thanks in advance for your help!

    Best,
    Jeremy

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  7. Eric

    Hello-

    I am so disappointed that your scarves have sold out. I sent you an email, after adding one to the cart, asking about the color available while there was still stock available.

    I have a feeling that the contact form on your website does not work. I will be ordering some ties from you, but I am very saddened by the scarves being gone.

    Eric

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  8. Alice Bryant

    I am interested in having a boys bow tie made to match his suit. He is our ringbearer. He also lives in SC. However I am near Nashville, and would like to know if you use your customer’s material? Please let me know and what the yardage and cost is. Thank you very much. Alice

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  9. Isaac Chery

    Hi,

    Please send me information on bow ties. I want to order for me and my two boys.

    Reply

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