A few weeks ago I mentioned that my Cricut Imagine was for sale on Ebay, it sold. I didn’t get quite what I wanted to out of it, and it was a bear to ship, but I was glad to see it go. I liked the thing, it was just way too big, and I found myself using my Expression, and especially my Mini all the time.
Anyway, the sale of the Imagine made room, both in my craft space and budget, for my new toy, an embroidery machine. I’m still learning, but I’m loving it and can see all kinds of potential for this thing beyond traditional monogramming, clothing, and appliques. I’m already plotting on how to incorporate it’s use in papercraft. There are tons of cool designs out there and once I get the hang of the digitizing software, I think it’s going to expand what I can do in some unexpected ways.
Here’s one of my first projects, an Art Nouveau apron.
I can’t wait to play around with this some more, but never fear I haven’t given up on paper.
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