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The Crafty Cricut

Meet The Cricut Maker

 A Crafter’s Blessing

What exactly is a  Cricut Maker?  What makes this different from any other crafting machine? Why would I use this? If you’re thinking about questions like these, and you are a bonified crafter, then you have came to the right place!  


What can Cricut Maker cut that my Cricut Explore machine can’t cut?

Can I use the new Cricut Maker tools, like the Knife Blade, in my Cricut Explore machine?

Is it worth upgrading from my Cricut Explore machine to Cricut Maker?

We hear you and we want to make sure you as many of your questions are answered. So let’s talk about Cricut Maker compared to the Cricut Explore family of machines. This includes the Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Explore Air, Cricut Explore One and Cricut Explore.

More Tools. More Materials. More Possibilities.

Let’s start with the biggest difference between the machines, Cricut Maker’s Adaptive Tool System™. Cricut Maker has a completely different technology built into the machine, that we call the Adaptive Tool System, which allows for us to expand the suite of tools you can use for a number of cutting and scoring applications.

The Adaptive Tool System can control your tools to cut from side-to-side, move up and down, and lift and turn, so you can cut more materials with more pressure than ever before. This is what makes it easy to cut through fabric without a backer (right off of the bolt) using the all-new Rotary Blade. We’ll talk more about the Rotary Blade below. Cricut Maker can cut hundreds of materials from delicate papers and fabrics to denser materials like leather, chipboard and balsa wood. To see the full list of materials you can cut with Cricut Makerker cut that my Cricut Explore machine can’t cut?

Can I use the new Cricut Maker tools, like the Knife Blade, in my Cricut Explore machine?

Is it worth upgrading from my Cricut Explore machine to Cricut Maker?

We hear you and we want to make sure you as many of your questions are answered. So let’s talk about Cricut Maker compared to the Cricut Explore family of machines. This includes the Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Explore Air, Cricut Explore One and Cricut Explore.

New design for iPad Devices!!

How is Cricut Maker Different from Explore Machines?

So Many Color’s to choose from

How is Cricut Maker Different from Explore Machines?

Cutting and applying chipboard to make incredible 3D projects.

Quilting Cricut Maker

Making Quilts ???  Meet your new best friend!

Cricut Maker is the ultimate smart cutting machine that is a match made in heaven for quilters. Quilters can cut any shape from hundreds of fabrics using a variety of tools designed to make the cutting process easy.

Cutting appliqué made fun and easy.

If you love making intricate appliqué quilts but find cutting with scissors tedious (while creating issues with accuracy), see How to cut using the Cricut Maker. Cricut Maker does all of the fabric cutting for you easily and quickly. All you have to do is cut your design, peel your fabric off the mat and focus on applying your quilt pieces.

As a bonus, you get tons of Free Projects and Images to help you out!

Customize Baby Items

If you love your Cricut Explore family machine and really stick to cardstock paper projects, iron-on and vinyl, the Explore lineup is a great option for you.

However, if you’re someone who likes to push the boundaries of what you can make – from 3D to sewing and fabric projects – and are looking for the next evolution in cutting machine technology, Cricut Maker is the right choice. We want to bring you more tools, more materials, and more possibilities so you can make anything you can imagine.

We hope this was a helpful guide to what differentiates Cricut Maker from the Cricut

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