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4.09.2009

New Video Tutorial

You asked for it.
And you GOT it.

The Scrap Review has a new, exclusive tutorial video on our YouTube channel.
HOW TO CUT FABRIC WITH YOUR CRICUT MACHINE.

Yes, it can be done.
And we'll show you how.....here.



By the way, this finished project is completely machine washable. That fusable web will make it permanent. You can also machine stitch around the edges of the applique if you want for extra security.
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14 comments:

Cynthia B. said...

Very cool! Thanks for the tutorial!

weezer said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I so would have tried to stick it in there and cut like they showed on the infomercial!

DeniseHunter said...

Great video! I can't wait to try it.

Karen K said...

thanks so much. just love all the helpful hints you ladies pass along to us :)

cassie said...

How timely. I just picked up some a little pack of 4 or 5 coordinating fabrics today not for anything specific - I just thought they were kind of cute. Now I'm going to have to make something with my cricut!

Maria said...

This video was so timely! I have to help my son make a quilt square for an English project and this will be perfect!!!

Joli said...

That is pretty dang interesting!!!!

noel joy said...

love the onesies em. wonder if this little trick will work on the silhouette too. hmmm.

Amy said...

thank you SO much for this tutorial....my mom and i have tried to use the cricut to cut fabric before without any luck. :)

Kimberly said...

I could not hear anything. SO, I will have to watch it again. I love my Cricut and it is great that you have shown this...I will try it for sure!

Jenn said...

My friend was wondering about this, THANKS! Now I need to find some cute fabric to play with. I would love to get my hands on the cosmo cricket line.

Delaina said...

Great Video.....Love the tip using the Blue Tape....Thanks!!!

Kim M said...

Does this only work on the Cricut Expression or will it work on the regular cricut too?

Anonymous said...

hi, I can't get this to work. I have tried different materials. Help!