When so many things you "know" about your own Cricut are so hopelessly outdated and even wrong, and you start writing articles to correct and clarify things, and you realize what you're writing about affects all the hobbies you write about, the only sensible thing to do is to start a whole new web page. https://hobbycutters.com/
Right now, it's still very basic, mostly a reference site for folks trying to figure out how to get the best use out of their old craftcutters and when (or if) it makes sense to upgrade.
I have two project articles in the works, one based on on a putz blueprint that a friend was kind enough to give me permission to use, and one a complex Western storefront building that will be a cool scale model if it works out.
For a time, I didn't publish much on doing putz houses with these, because my friends who do everything with Xacto knives would be left behind. But since .svg patterns for putz house construction are all over the Internet these days, there's no point pretending craftcutters haven't become part of the hobby.
The title page is below. But you have to click on the link https://hobbycutters.com/
to actually see the site.
Let me know what you think,
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