FYI - Fritzing was a great tool for me and I made many parts and used them in PCB’s, until I needed a bit more horsepower (and less hassle) so, I switched to Kicad.
Been a SolidWorks user for 23 yrs! and added FreeCAD to my toolbox (and seldom use Solidworks now). FreeCAD has a Plugin to go hand-in-hand with Kicad and the Forum is excellent…
FreeCAD’s “Part-Design” workbench is Similar to SolidWorks in ‘how you do things’ but what things are Called is different. Ex: Extruding is called ‘Padding’
Kicad has it’s own built-in Parts (called Footprints) making tool and can use .STEP and .WRL files for the graphic representation in a PCB. There is No BreadBoard panel (but, can trick it…)