Cricut Maker

What is the Cricut Maker?

The Cricut Maker is a digital die-cutter that can cut, draw, score and perforate paper, cardboard, vinyl, textiles, leather, balsa wood, and iron on materials. This is an amazingly versatile machine that is extremely popular with crafters. You can create a wide variety of projects with precision and ease.
The Cricut comes with its own software program, Cricut Design Space, which is compatible with Windows and Mac. Design Space is a free subscription that gives you access to a variety of predesigned projects. You can also add your own creations to Design Space to be cut out by the machine.

Interested in Creating Designs and Using the Cricut Maker?

The Library offers Graphic Design classes to learn how to use Inkscape, a free, vector graphic program. Check our online calendar each month for up-to-date program listings.
You can find video tutorials for the Cricut on creativebug, and an Inkscape tutorial on LinkedIn Learning, online resources offered by the Library. You can access these using your Library Card and PIN. You can also find tutorials on YouTube.

Cricut Examples

Curious to see how the Cricut Maker works?

Watch this video to see how to use Cricut Design Space and the Cricut Maker!

Cricut

The Library is welcoming the public into our Makerspace!

Among some of the equipment we offer is the Cricut Maker. This is a digital die-cutter that can cut, draw, score and perforate paper, cardboard, vinyl, textiles, leather, balsa wood, and iron on materials.
If you would like to use the machine or have the Library cut out a project you have created please let us know.
We have a limited amount of supplies for the machine. You may have to provide your own materials.

The Library reserves the right to refuse any Cricut request.

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