Creating An Interlinking Design Using The Divide And Weld Functions In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut GC

Scan It Saturday Creating An Interlinking Design Using The Divide And Weld Functions In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

In this video, I will show you how to create an interlinking chain effect using the tools found in Canvas Workspace for the Brother Scan N Cut.

Designs that could incorporate this could be a pair of wedding rings, a celtic weave or larger geometric frames.

Creating An Interlinking Chain In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

Hopefully you can see the thing that we are aiming for in the image above, especially in the last example where the four rings are weaving in and out of each other.

I discovered this technique by accident the other day when I was trying to think of something to do for this post so I’m genuinely excited to share this discovery with you.

Right, let’s get on with the tutorial bit.

Cuppa ready? Good, let’s go.



Right, that’s it for this post. Hope you find it useful.

Many thanks for stopping by and I look forward to bringing you more of these in the near future – as well as news of those exciting changes for the Digital Craft Emporium website.

Bye for now.

J :)

5 thoughts on “Scan It Saturday Creating An Interlinking Design Using The Divide And Weld Functions In Canvas Workspace For The Brother Scan N Cut

  1. Enjoyed the video. Any basic advice about selecting and highlighting? and some information on the use of the shift key. I know its basic but I’m learning the IT as well as the scan and Cut and bits of information is missing!!!
    Qll the best

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