My Big Shot Rag Purse

I'm on a roll with sewing, and I'm just LOVING the ease of cutting out all of the fabric with the Big Shot.  Did you know that the Big Shot will cut 8 layers of fabric at a time?  It made cutting for this purse a breeze!  All of the squares for both the outside and the inside lining were cut with the Stampin' Up! Scallop Square Bigz Clear Die.

Here's a close-up:

And here's the purse and flower purse charm that Missy Shipman shared at our All-Day Fabric Class.

The possibilities are endless with the Big Shot die cutting machine and Stampin' Up! dies!  Contact me today to get yours!

Don't Forget!

  • To contact me about registering for the Syracuse, NY Regional Seminar – details are HERE!
  • To Sign Up for our Spring Stamping Retreat Weekend! Click HERE for more details!
  • To order your February Card Kit.  Click HERE.

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More from Leadership Conference 2010

Did you know that the Big Shot and all of the Bigz dies will cut through 50 different materials?  We were in for a real treat at Leadership Conference when Jill Olson displayed her incredible quilts.  Fabric was cut for all of her quilts using the Big Shot!  Here are some of Jill's beautiful creations:

At the end of the Conference, EVERYONE at the conference got to take home her own handmade quilt square — all 1000 attendees!  They were made at the Stampin' Up! home office.  Everyone brought in their own sewing machine and created these just for us!  I'll be bringing my quilt square to each of my workshops to show.

Okay, so have I piqued your interest yet?  There are so many things you can do with the Big Shot die and fabric!  Interested in hearing more?  If you live in the Finger Lakes area of New York State, give me a call or email me, and I'll be glad to come to your home for a private fabric and quilting class!  You can reach me at 585-554-4479 or 

Don't Forget!   

  • To register for the Valentines (and more!) Class — click HERE!  Registration is due by January 22nd.

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