Brother Scan n Cut Tutorial: Direct Cut Scanning – Paper & Fabric Alanda Craft October 13, 2014 3 Comments This post may contain affiliate links.TweetPin525Share525 Shares QuestionDid you know that you can scan an image from paper or fabric into your Brother ScanNCut and then have the machine cut out the image for you? In this video we show you just how easy that is to do.
Vicki Camilleri says
Firstly, thank you for your videos on various subjects. I am an absolute newbie to cutting machines, and have purchased the Brother Scan n Cut DX. I have spent literally days trawling the internet for a comprehensive Videos that I can learn from. I have found instructions for the DX in short supply. I do not yet have access to the Canvas software either. I figure it’s best to learn one thing at a time.
I have your first free class on the other Brother, but having no prior knowledge, I find it difficult to convert..
After having watched hundreds (no exaggeration) of different videos, I find yours to be the best out there. You get to the point without confusing talk of five other operations that could be done, and then coming back to what I wanted to see initially, by which time I’ve forgotten where instructions left off. Your camera work is excellent – I can always see the screen without either your hand being in the way-or glare on the screen. Your audio is easy to hear, you don’t move away and still talk.. I have encountered each of these situations while watching a myriad of the ‘other Brother videos.
In short, would you consider doing classes solely on the Brother DX? I would very happily pay the tuition cost.
Alanda Craft says
We already have Vicki. You can find our DX courses on our Alanda Online site. We have a free DX Getting Started course and then if you feel like you need more advanced instruction you can go with one of the paid courses.
You can see the courses here: https://www.alandaonline.com/product-category/brother-scanncut/
Thank you so much, I’ll check it out now.