Ever wanted to know how to get your Cricut to cut a file with an SVG file extension?
It is easy with this how to video that takes you through the entire process step by step. We show you how to clearly see where your cuts will be plus make size and position adjustments. This tutorial takes you through from the beginning to when you are ready to hit the cut button on your machine.
Watch the video to the end to see the bonus tip.
The abbreviation SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphic. Basically its a type of image file. Behind the scenes, your Cricut machine uses a SVG file as a set of instructions to tell it where to make the actual cuts. Think of an SVG file as a template instead of a picture. Our above video demonstrates this with a puzzle template . Check our library often to find new svg files including a puzzle template which is coming soon.
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