Brooke Tote Bag

Brooke Tote Bag with Chic n Scratch, Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Angie Juda

I’m excited to share with you how to make the Brooke Tote Bag!!

I named it after my daughter Brooke and it’s super easy to make, even though it doesn’t look like it!! And… my FREE pdf includes the measurements to make all five sizes (the photo below is missing the largest size).

You’ve seen this tote bag before… my previous video was the Small Tote Bag and it’s the smallest of the five sizes I’m sharing with you.

Here’s the fabric requirements for the one we made in the video today (medium wide).

  1. Outside fabric (front fabric) 12-1/2″ x 9″ (two pieces)
  2. Pellon 987 Fusible Fleece (two pieces)
  3. Lining fabric 12-1/4″ x 8-3/4″ (two pieces)
  4. Pellon 931TD Interfacing 12-1/4″ x 8-3/4″ (two pieces)

How to Video

Step by Step instructions on how our Brooke Tote Bag. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO.


The free printable is a guide to use with the video.

These are the supplies I used in my video and you can find most of them on my Chic n Scratch Amazon Shop.

The Chic n Scratch labels were purchased online at the Dutch Label Shop.

The fabric is: Beautiful Day by Corey Yoder

The following pictures shows a variety of sizes. One of them being my original fabric basket video.


You have two ways to enter to win Chic Candy 170!

  • One (1) entry for every $25 when placing a Stampin’ Up! order with me July 1st – 15th. Be sure to leave a comment… to get more entries.
  • One (1) entry – Leave a comment at the bottom of the Chic Candy 170 blog post.
  • Card Club members will receive one (1) entry.  Once all the payments have been received on July 5th I’ll add your names to the Chic Candy spreadsheet.

Chic Candy 170 includes:

  • Brooke Tote Bag made by Angie (medium size)
  • Assortment of adhesive that includes – Liquid Glue, Tear & Tape, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.

We will announce the winner for Chic Candy 170 when we post Chic Candy 171

Thanks so much for stopping by, have a great day!!

17 thoughts on “Brooke Tote Bag”

  1. Thank you so much, Angie, for posting the beautiful tote bag. I’ve got to make time to make it since I am sewing tropical toddler shirts right now. Have a wonderful 4th!

  2. Oh Angie another winner tote bag. I love these and will be making them for sure. I’m making some of the regular totes to donate to our animal shelter workers. Going to fill with goodies for them they do such an amazing job with all the animal’s and I thought they deserve a little gift of fun

  3. Hi Angie, just saw your video on Youtube. The tutorial was so well done that I might just attempt making this one. Thank you so much. Happy 4th.

  4. Angie – You amaze and inspire me. These bags are absolutely adorable and your sewing is always perfectly matched up. I want to get my machine out and start one.

    Linda D.

  5. Your video on how to make the tote bags was so nice and easy to follow, thank you for great inspiration. I can’t wait to try my hand at these Tracy Hughes


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