Welding has become an increasingly popular craft since the introduction of Cricut, the handy home crafting machine. Welding is a process used to fasten two pieces of material together, usually fabric. It is often used to create custom apparel and other projects.
But, if you’re wondering what welding on Cricut is all about, there are a few things to know. Over
5 million Cricut users across the country have been able to take advantage of the welding feature to craft beautiful custom designed works of art. Additionally, a survey found that out of those 5 million users, 60% welding for the first time because of Cricut.
With welding on Cricut, you can cut two or more pieces of material exactly how you want, and then weld them together permanently with just the click of a button.
What is Welding on Cricut?Welding on Cricut is a feature within Cricut Design Space which allows you to join two images together as if they were one. This can be done with text, shapes, and images within the program.
It is a great tool to have when designing projects that need more than one layer. With welding, you can create a continuous, professional looking design that gives you a clean and crisp look.
Why Use Welding On Cricut?Using welding on Cricut is a great way to make complex and intricate designs.
It can be used to create elaborate logos and shapes, combine fonts together, and even make repeating patterns. All of this would be difficult to do without welding. There are many different uses for welding on Cricut.
Here are some of them:
- Combining two layers into a single, continuous design
- Combining fonts and shapes to create logos
- Combining text into a continuous design
- Creating intricate repeating patterns
- Creating shapes or logos with interior spacing that can’t be achieved with a single layer
How To Weld Images or Text In Cricut Design SpaceWelding in Cricut Design Space is very easy and can be done in a few simple steps.
- First, upload your images or choose from ones you have already uploaded.
- Select all of the items you want to weld and click “weld” in the bottom right corner.
- The images will join together to form one, cohesive image.
- If you need to unweld them, select the item and click “Release”.