Much of my crafting includes upcycling old or thrifted clothes, but working with a sewing machine can get tedious. You’ve got to design a pattern, cut it out, and meticulously pay attention to detail. It’s a time-consuming process, but essential to my style and sustainably keeping up with trends.
Considering how much the Cricut Maker has helped me upcycle old into new, though, I think the price is totally justifiable. Once you get a feel for the workflow and the precision, there’s no going back to hand cutting, especially if there are a lot of small details.
Trust, it’s worth the investment.