New Scallop Square Extended Totes

I think many of us have seen the sweet Scallop Square bags that can be created with the Big Shot Die Cut Machine and the Scallop Square Die from Stampin’ Up! (check out my bag from a year ago).

But this winter I decided that I needed a small tote that’s a little wider than the regular Scallop Square size.  No problem!  I’ve come up with a solution and created a Video Tutorial to show you how to make these bags on your own.

Here are 2 Video Tutorials for the Extended Scallop Square Tote.  Part 1 includes directions on cutting your fabric with the Big Shot Die Cut Machine.  Part 2 shows the sewing instructions for assembling your bag.  Watch for Part 3, coming tomorrow, for directions on creating the Eyelet Flower Embellishment.

Yes, be very afraid, I have created a tutorial on sewing.  **Disclaimer: I am NOT a seamstress, I just play one on tv** 🙂

And here is Part 2 of the Video Tutorial:

The finished tote comfortably fits a 4-1/4 x 5-1/2″ card, so this is the perfect tote for carrying a few swap cards at a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Event, or for making a really special set of cards for a gift.

Stampin’ Up! Supply List: (order 24-7 through my Online Store)

  • Big Shot Die Cut Machine (includes regular Cutting Mats) (113439)
  • Scallop Square Die (115950)
  • Sweet Stitches Designer Fabric (121818)
  • Early Espresso Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon (115615)

As I’m posting this today, I’m also working on finishing 10 of these Extended Square Totes for the demonstrators on my LovenStampfuls Team who are headed to the Stampin’ Up! Leadership Conference in Nashville this week.  Here’s hoping there’s not too much snow for those Southern gals!

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3 thoughts on “New Scallop Square Extended Totes”

  1. Hi Meg!

    I love your little bag and your videos! Thanks so much for making them and giving me another idea for using the great SU! fabric we have! Can’t wait to get home to try it out! I’m a fairly new demo (signed up last March – so your ideas very much help me!) 🙂

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