I’m not going to lie.
I intentionally chose something less complicated than a skirt because… 1) It’s Wednesday and 2) It’s February. I’m not sure if other teachers share this feeling, but February has always been a bit of a doozy for me. In January, I’m still somewhat rested from having 1-2 weeks off, and March brings the promise of spring break. February, though, just has some bad weather. And Valentine’s Day. It’s only the third… oy.
Anyway, this is the test of a new blade for our Silhouette Cameo- one for fabric! I obviously decided to cut out a brontosaurus. The flower is just to take a little more advantage of the space.
1) If you want to use the Cameo to cut out fabric, it needs interfacing. Silhouette makes its own, but I used leftovers from an old project without any trouble.
2) Make sure you have the adhesive side of the interfacing touching the wrong side of the fabric, and iron the smooth side of the interfacing (glue dots facing the board).
3) Attach the fabric and interfacing to the cutting mat.
4) Make sure you have swapped out the normal blade for the blue fabric one, and line up the mat.
5) Use the fancy cameo program to choose a design. I would go into more detail here, but Max did it for me tonight.
6) Watch it go! It’s more fun than it sounds.
Look at them! Aren’t they precious? Now I just have to go find something to put them on…