Just when you think the team at MCDI has outdone themselves with their latest pattern (all the love for the Adalynn)- they blow it out of the water with Cut Files! Woo Hoo!!! I was so excited when they sent out a call for testers for these cut files as that gave me the perfect excuse to spend more time with my Cricut Maker. Like I needed another excuse. 

I’m new here, so let me introduce myself! My name is Ruth Stanfield. I’m a stay at home, homeschooling, crafting wife to my hubby of 15 years and mommy to a 14-year-old man-child and 6-year-old sassy pants.  I have my Grandmother’s 1960’s Singer Touch & Sew and a Simplicity Serger that I use on a regular basis. Then, my parents gave me a Cricut Maker for my birthday (eeeeeekkkk!!!!) and it has taken my crafting to a whole new level!

I’m a HUGE fan of MCDI. I’ve tested for them a couple times and can testify that these girls put their heart and soul into their patterns. They go above and beyond to create designs that are perfect for the beginner as well as the experienced seamstress.  These cut files are no exception.

When you purchase one of these cut files you are going to receive all the images in the bundle through a zip file.  One of the most common questions I see in Cricut Design Facebook groups is – the image downloaded as a zip file, how do I get it into Design Space? I’m going to answer that!

I’ve put together this video tutorial to walk you from purchase to unzipping to uploading into Design Space!  Stay tuned for another tutorial on how to use slice and contour to make the images perfect for whatever project you’re working on!

Don’t forget to grab these cut files while they are on sale! Click HERE to purchase.

**The links in this post are live affiliate links. When you purchase through these links you help support my love of making all the things!** My hubby thanks you 🙂



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