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October 19, 2010

Caching Patterns with Imagine

Wasn't that a Haunted House tote or what by Audrey. What a marvelous idea and yes the gypsy danced!! (as sassy says. Shhh.. don't tell her or nurseviper aka Dawn that I still believe think of gypsy as a machine and it is definitely an "It"

Now dont you know cool things have to happen when I have no means of testing them. Life sucks!! or rather Imagine sucks!! :)

Well I guess there is a way to cache patterns. This is directly from Cricut offical page - under discussions. More a post to myself so that I can get a hold of it easily

Cricut - The Official Page! Steps for Caching a Pattern:
1. Select Print and Cut from the Main Menu.
2. Insert the Imagine cartridge that contains the patterns you want to cache.
3. Select any image and edit it by clicking on the pencil icon to go to the Edit screen
4. Find the pattern you want to cache, select and hold your stylus down on the pattern.
5. A small box will pop up saying, “Cache Pattern.” Select it to cache the pattern.
6. You will see an hourglass symbol for about 10 seconds while it caches the pattern.
7. Drag the pattern scroll bar until you can see the cached pattern to the right of the cartridge color pallet. You will see your cached pattern. 

Steps for Using a Cached Pattern
1. To use your cached pattern select the image you want and edit it by clicking on the pencil icon to go to the Edit screen.
2. Select the cached pattern and it will be added to the image or layer you selected.

Steps for Deleting a Cached Pattern
1. To delete a cached pattern select and hold your stylus down on the cached pattern
2. A small box will pop up saying, “Clear Pattern.” Select it and the cached pattern will be deleted in a couple of seconds.
3. Also, simply turning off the Imagine will delete all cached patterns.



Audrey Frelx said...

Thanks, Pam! I really enjoyed doing that tote!

Linda Kaiser said...

I so can't wait to try this. Wow! Thanks for sharing and for your nice commnents on my blog!

Linda K

Chinajo said...

Cool!!! Thank you so much for sharing this as I am just learning how to use my Cricut Imagine.

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