I decided to try and cut some fabric with my Cricut machine and make some fabric flower embellishments to use in a layout. These were kind of an experiment since I have not cut fabric with my machine before. I knew that in many cases the fabric is stiffened before hand with webbing or a product like Stiffy but I wanted them to be floppy so I just cut and hoped for the best. They cut out ok but I did have to take my fine tip scissors and cut them from the rest of the fabric in a few spots. I made sure to use a brand new mat since I was not going to stiffen the fabric first. I cut them out at 2 and 2 1/4 inches with my speed at medium my pressure at high and my blade depth at 4. This is a very thin fabric so I did not need max pressure to get through it or multicut. Then I just took my machine and stitched them a bit and sewed some buttons on. I left the edges raw for sort of a shabby look and let the threads stick out at the edges of the petals. I do NOT sew but I am trying to get to know my machine again "sew" to speak. Ha ha I know I'm such a riot. But really I took sewing first in Jr. High and then in High School and I never took to it despite all the amazing seamstresses in my family. It frustrates me! But I really want to incorporate stitching into my paper crafting so I now find myself wanting to practice. Next time I will use two or three different fabrics to make the petals stand out more and add more layers. I might try some beads in the centers too. Thanks for looking.