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Get inspired by these great Cricut Maker sewing projects. The Cricut Maker makes cutting easy and accurate and can cut all types of fabric.
I’ve collected list of all the Cricut Maker sewing projects I have made in the last couple of years to inspire all of your cutting and sewing projects. Your projects will be cut accurately and quickly, and it saves your hands and wrist.
All of these projects are tutorials and most have a video so you can make your own! Some of them are even free Cricut Maker patterns!
The Cricut Maker* is a wonderful tool to help you with your sewing. It can cut all types of fabric with the rotary blade. The Cricut Maker can also cut interfaced fabric with the fine-point blade. You can use a Cricut Maker quilt pattern or a Cricut Maker sewing pattern to make clothes, bags, quilts, or more.
I love being able to cut fabric with the Cricut Maker and then switch out the blade to cut out iron-on vinyl or infusible ink to add to my sewing projects. It adds the perfect details!
Do you love using the Cricut Maker? Check out these other project ideas!
This isn't exactly a project that involves sewing, but it makes your handmade clothing a little extra special! Make your own unique lightning buttons (or any other shape) using a Cricut Maker and permanent vinyl.
The vinyl has stayed on even through many washes in the washing machine. You can use any design to make special custom buttons!
Learn to make a cat inspired purse with this Cricut Maker tutorial. It's whimsical and fun, and little kids love playing with it. I love this bag because the zipper opens all the way up which makes getting things out really easy.
Cut out the DIY cat purse pattern pieces with the Cricut Maker, and then you simply sew it up.
I love sewing swimsuits for both boys and girls. It's one of my very favorite things to sew. I made a toddler swimsuit using two Simplicity patterns found in Design Space. I used a shorts pattern and a diaper cover pattern to make the perfect little boy swim trunks!
Since there are Simplicity patterns in Design Space I cut all of the fabric out with my Cricut Maker. It make my cutting more accurate than I ever cut.
I think of myself as a beginner quilter, but my experience using the Cricut Maker and Riley Blake Designs makes me feel like I’m an expert. It has come so easy and the cutting process was much quicker than I expected.
Learn how to cut out quilt pieces with a Riley Blake Designs quilt pattern and on the Cricut Maker. It cuts all the pieces quickly and accurately. I show how I cut one quilt in this tutorial, but it can be applied to any of the quilt patterns in Design Space!
Use this free “Wild One” cut file to make a fun graphic tee! It works for any holiday, and it’s fun for boys and girls.
I used both Infusible Ink and some sweatshirt fleece to make the bear graphic. I cut both the infusible ink transfer sheet and the sweatshirt fleece with the Cricut Maker. It makes the graphic perfect because the designs were cut the exact same shape.
I love combining different materials because the Cricut Maker makes it so easy and perfect.
When I decorate I want to inspire my family with the love we have for each other. I decided to make a lightbulb pillow tutorial that says, “You light up my life”. This pillow isn't quilted, but it is pieced together.
Use the Cricut Maker to cut out all of the fabric the pieces to make the lightbulb shape. Then use the Cricut Maker to cut out the iron-on vinyl words and lightbulb details for the cutest pillow.
Learn how to quickly and easily mend holes in clothes with a Cricut Maker and iron-on vinyl! This is so much faster than traditional mending! I was invited to participate in the Cricut Party Blogger Program Kickoff. This experience is based strictly on my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with the…
Learn how to make DIY Infusible Ink dish towels for your kitchen with Cricut. Add some pretty trim for an extra special detail! I go through dish towels and hand towels so fast in my house. My kids always use them to dry their hands, to clean up spills, and to play with them. Luckily,…
Make one of these exciting Cricut Infusible Ink projects. Using a Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheet makes the colors and designing so fun! I really enjoy incorporating Cricut infusible ink tranfser sheets in my crafting and sewing. I love that infusible ink doesn’t sit on the fabric, but it sinks down in the fabric. It…
Learn about my experience of using infusible ink and an Easypress 2 on polyester fabric and what happens when you iron over fused Cricut infusible ink. I love all the cool Cricut Infusible Ink transfer sheets. Whenever I see them I think of all the cool fabric prints I want to make with them. I…
Learn all about the Cricut Maker 3 in an unboxing video and see how it’s different than the Cricut Maker. See me make my first project! I’m so excited to share all about the new Cricut Maker 3*! It’s the newest Cricut machine and it has even more features than the original Cricut Maker. I’ve…
My daughters love animals, and so do I. They have to stop and touch every animal and bug that they see. I made them some animal hair bows with a free pattern that I’m sharing with you today! This post was sponsored by Thermoweb. All opinions are my own. There are affiliate links in this…