Hand Embroidery- Tote Bag Video Tutorial

Hand Embroidered Tote Bag TutorialVideo #1 of 3 by crafty gemini

Hi all! I’m back with another installment in my hand embroidery video tutorial series. This time I wanted to use some of the stitches we’ve already learned to embellish a cute tote bag. The bag is fully lined and features some fun denim fabric and an embroidery design from the Stitched Style book by my friend, Amy Barickman of Indygo Junction.  It’s a great little resource guide with a variety of hand embroidery designs and 20 cute projects.

stitched style hand embroider book by indygo junction

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The supplies I use in this series of videos are listed here for you. For more info or to purchase any of them just click on the links below. If you’re new to hand embroidery and want to learn, click HERE to watch my beginner videos where I teach you everything you need to know to get started!

Stitched Style Book

Indygo Junction’s Crossroads Denim fabric (I used Pistachio color.)

• Good Company by Jennifer Paganelli for FreeSpirit Fabrics- I used Vickie in Garnet for the lining fabric. Here it is in a few other colorways.

My favorite cordless iron

 My favorite basting glue & fine glue tips

Now here is Video #1 in this Hand Embroidered Tote bag Video series. There will be a total of 3 videos that walk you through every step of prepping your fabrics, hand embroidering the design on the tote, making the lined handles, etc. Hope you give it a try! Feel free to share this post with your crafty friends. Chat soon!

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2 Responses to Hand Embroidery- Tote Bag Video Tutorial

  1. craftygramma March 9, 2016 at 12:08 pm #

    Hi Vanessa-
    Love this series. I’m just getting back into embroidery so this is perfect! Also needed a stronger way to make a strap, how awesome is the one you teach here!! Can’t wait to do it. You look great, btw.
    Blessings to you and yours.

  2. Christina May 5, 2016 at 8:18 pm #

    It’s like you’re on a misiosn to save me time and money!

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