NOTE : If you’re wondering why the patterns in the video are all fall-themed, it’s because I recorded this video several months ago when fall patterns were in season. Took me a little while to get this video ready!
In this video, I’ll show you how to use pattern fills to create custom patterns for print & cut in Silhouette Studio. I cover 2 ways to apply patterns to shapes, and I also show you how to upload patterns to your Silhouette Library.
We’ll also go over both basic and more advanced options for further adjusting and customizing pattern fills, as well as the (relatively) new bleed feature that’s available in Silhouette Studio.
There’s SO much that you can do with pattern fills, from making custom elements for card making to patterned vinyl projects and lots more!
Check out the video below for a step-by-step video tutorial on how to use pattern fills in Silhouette Studio for print & cut:
Supplies Used in This Project
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Thank you for this excellent video. It was very well done and packed with useful information. I purchased a pack of patterned paper at Amazon and was so disappointed in the colors when I received it. I had planned to risk a trip to the craft store today, and then I found your “How to Use Pattern Fills” tutorial. I knew I could fill a design with a pattern, but was unaware of the options for scaling, angling, mirroring and panning. Also, I was thrilled to find out that your Light Orange Plaid, which I have on my Silhouette wish list, has several coordinating patterns. Exactly what I need for the card I’m designing! So there’s no need to risk a trip to the store. I have everything I need already. Thank you, thank you!
Thank you! enjoying your site!
What paper and printer do you use in this video?