I am getting ready to free motion quilt a couple of projects that have been stacking up for a while. Even though I tend to eyeball designs, or rely on the quilt blocks themselves as guidelines for various designs, sometimes it helps to add additional centering marks. You can use a pounce pad, chalk pencil,… Continue reading DIY Quilt Stencils With Your Cricut — Free Template!
Happy Father's Day to my husband and father of our two kids 🙂 He's happily modelling one of my favorite shirts that I have made for him for Father's Days past. Materials: T-shirtHeat Transfer VinylCricut Explore or MakerCricut Easy Press or Iron or Heat Press Get the design on Cricut Design Space Project Here Instructions:… Continue reading Father’s Day Shirt
Happy Pride Month! I am a proud mama bear and wanted to share with everyone my Cricut T-Shirt design. This was super easy, using two colors of Heat Transfer Vinyl (it comes in rainbow!), a cotton t-shirt, and an Easy Press or Iron. The project file can be found here. This project is embedded in… Continue reading Pride Month T-Shirts
In my previous post , I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 to cut fabric for appliques that I can sew onto a project. I had success! But there are more methods of applique that I thought the Cricut would be well suited toward. I discovered that my machine did not easily cut quilting fabric that was… Continue reading Cutting Needle Turn Appliques with Cricut
This cute hanging sign was pretty easy to make. This was one of my first attempts at layering multi-colored vinyl together. I have been exploring crafts with the Cricut Explore Air 2 that I got for Christmas. I found the heart shape sign itself at Target already painted with blackboard paint. There are three colors… Continue reading Love Lives Here