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software or plugin for crosstitch etc?

Postby margaret » Wed Nov 26, 2003 2:15 am

hi there,

anyone know of software or photoshop plugin to make cross stitch or rughooking design/patterns (for Mac OS X or 9) using my own images? (photos & paintings)

tia,
margaret

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Postby Louise » Sun Nov 30, 2003 10:41 pm

I use the program PCStitch, unregistered version, that you can download at this address:
http://www.pcstitch.com/Download/Download.aspx
Since it is not a registered version, I cannot use the Save and Print options, so this is what I do when the image is set: I use the Print screen key (next to the F12 key on the board), paste the image in Paint Shop Pro and then, I reselect only the image, copy and paste again as a new image. That is how I manage.. Hope you can enjoy yourself as well!

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Postby Ginger » Sun Nov 30, 2003 11:30 pm

Margaret,

Take a look at Stitch Painter by Cochenille Design Studio (cochenille.com). There is a cross stitch plug-in for this program.
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Postby margaret » Mon Dec 01, 2003 12:59 am

[quote="Louise"]I use the program PCStitch, unregistered version, that you can download at this address:
http://www.pcstitch.com/Download/Download.aspx
Since it is not a registered version, I cannot use the Save and Print options, so this is what I do when the image is set: I use the Print screen key (next to the F12 key on the board), paste the image in Paint Shop Pro and then, I reselect only the image, copy and paste again as a new image. That is how I manage.. Hope you can enjoy yourself as well![/quote]

thanks louise, but this program won't work on my Mac :o(


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Postby margaret » Mon Dec 01, 2003 1:02 am

[quote="Ginger"]Margaret,

Take a look at Stitch Painter by Cochenille Design Studio (cochenille.com). There is a cross stitch plug-in for this program.
Ginger[/quote]

thanks ginger! this works on the Mac (os 9) but it looks like its for drawing your own design using the squares? i want to find something like PCStitch for the Mac. to take my paintings or photos and turn them into cross stitch patterns. my daughter and i want to produce cross stitch kits using our images :roll:

cheers!
margaret

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Postby Louise » Mon Dec 01, 2003 2:37 am

OK Margaret, then, do you have Paint Shop Pro? If so, try to change the grid size to 1 pixel everywhere and black as the color of the grid. Then, enlarge your image until each square is a pixel. That should do it.

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Postby margaret » Tue Dec 02, 2003 1:58 am

[quote="Louise"]OK Margaret, then, do you have Paint Shop Pro? If so, try to change the grid size to 1 pixel everywhere and black as the color of the grid. Then, enlarge your image until each square is a pixel. That should do it.[/quote]

hi again louise :o) thanks so much for your help. i use photoshop. can't get PSP for the Mac.

finally figgered out how to go about it...i've ordered PCStich online and am having it delivered to my daughter's addy. (in another city from me till next april when she's finished school) she has a pc and has downloaded the demo. she's tried it last night and is sold!! this is gonna be sooo much fun!

thanks again,
margaret :D

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On-line Pattern Maker

Postby Gavorka » Sun Apr 02, 2006 2:36 pm

You can try to use On-line Pattern Maker.

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