Fun Patriotic Hat Project

ScanNCut Specialist Erin Bassett creates a one-of-a-kind Patriotic Hat using some festive red, white, and blue fat quarters, a ball cap and her ScanNCut DX. Get ready for those upcoming patriotic holidays that we celebrate in the summer! This cute hat is easy to make, and you can customize it for whoever is going to


Personalizing Fabric

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer talks about how she love decorate fabric pieces with stencils made with her ScanNCut DX. I love to create personalized fabric!  My favorite method is gelatin printing.  I used a Tattered Lace design to create a stencil to decorate my fabric.  The Tattered Lace design is the flowered portion of


Fun Baby Quilt Project

ScanNCut Specialist Julie Fei Fan Balzer recalls a visit to her local quilt guild where swaps of fat quarter pieces of fabric were traded, bartered, and exchanged! What did she make with her new assortment of colors? Read on to find out! I am a member of a local quilt guild. At our most recent


Using Cork Fabric with ScanNCut

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother Crafts USA. Cork Fabric is a cool new textile that is cropping up everywhere!  It’s not the cork rolls you’re used to. Traditional cork (on the left) crumbles and breaks when you fold or bend it.  Cork Fabric (on the right) is


Make Quilt Block Designs with ScanNCut

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA. As you know, Brother is a sewing machine company.  Therefore, it’s no surprise that the ScanNCut contains lots and lots of built-in quilt block designs. In this video, I show you how to use those built-in designs to draw on


Cutting Fabric: New Technique with the ScanNCut

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and educator, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA. Today I’ve got a super cool technique that makes cutting fabric without a high tack fabric support sheet or a fabric blade possible! Seriously. It’s almost like magic! (And perfect for the casual fabric cutter). Check it out:   Isn’t