Attention all Cricut Design Space users! I have started the process of modifying my cutting patterns so they are more smoothly compatible with Cricut Design Space. All you have to do is import the file, resize it according to the measurements given in the instructions, ungroup the pieces then click Go! This video walks you through the process.
Christmas is almost here! I’m sure a lot of you are working on Christmas decorations (if you’re one of those super organized people who are already all finished I don’t want to hear about it! LOL) so here’s a fun one to add to your treat table!
This adorable Toy Train has four cars, an Engine, a Passenger Car, a Box Car and a Caboose. The roofs on all the cars open so you can hide small gifts and treats inside. The cars can be mixed and matched to create your own holiday train; all the cars can be purchased separately, or the bundle can be purchased at a discount.
Click on any of the images below to see the item in the store.
Our popular 3D Santa’s Sleigh cutting file has been updated in the 99 Cent Store! Dashed score lines are now included for even easier assembly. The papercrafting pattern includes SVG, MTC, DXF (for Silhouette users) and PDF file formats. Click any of the images below to purchase the pattern in the store.
I sometimes get emails from people asking how to re-download a file they’ve lost or that they didn’t receive the email with the download links when they made their purchase. So I thought it would be helpful to post a brief tutorial showing you how to download files directly from your store account, in the event you ever need to.
To begin, click on the Log In link at the top left of the 99 Cent Store. Type your Email Address and Password in the appropriate fields and click the Login button. If you’ve forgotten your password, click the Forgot Your Password? link and you will be able to have a new password emailed to you.
Once you’ve logged in, click the My Account link at the top left of the screen.
This will take you to your account home page where you’ll see a list of all the orders you’ve placed in the store. Find the order containing the file(s) you need to download and click the View button.
This will take you to a page that shows everything you bought as part of that order. Each item should have a Download button beside it. (If you don’t see download buttons, this just means the links have expired. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will reset the links for you.) Click the Download button for the file or files you would like to download, and the download will start for you.
My mom taught me to sew at a pretty early age. It was a skill that had been passed down to her from her mother, and she was the most talented seamstress I’ve ever known. She taught me to sew on a Singer Featherweight, which is the machine this latest pattern is based on.
And what seamstress wouldn’t love to show off this beautiful 3D Vintage Sewing Machine in her studio? The balance wheel turns, the fabric plate lifts up and the base is a drawer that is large enough to hold a small gift or even a few sewing notions. The pattern also includes a spool so you can add embroidery floss or baker’s twine and thread the machine.
The finished Sewing Machine stands approximately 6 inches high and 8 inches wide. Score lines are included in the pattern for easy assembly. The download includes SVG, MTC (for Make the Cut! software), DXF and PDF files. Step by step illustrated assembly instructions are also included. This file cuts best on a 12×12 mat. For people without electronic cutters, a scissor cutting file in pdf is also included that can be printed on the 8 1/2 x 11″ paper of your choice and cut using scissors or a craft knife.
Click on any of the images below to purchase the 3D Vintage Sewing Machine SVG Paper Crafting Pattern in the 99 Cent Store.