Also embroidery machines and fabric cutting machines: https://inkstitch.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 4 months ago
Go to their official website and follow their install instructions. Source: 10 months ago
If you are trying to make your own, from a picture or something there are some commercial options or you can use Inkspace with the plug-in called https://inkstitch.org/. If you do Cricut, then the same line drawing transformation ideas apply to make your own patterns. Source: about 1 year ago
No tutorials, I just read the docs at inkstitch.org, they did a good job and guiding initiates along with that alone. I do have a few things to add: 1. Make sure your paths don't have node breaks you can't immediately see. During a Params visualization, a few satin stitch columns stopped short, but looked complete on the artboard. After 3 hours of trolling around for a similar predicament solved and no luck, I... Source: about 1 year ago
Look at the free Inkscape design software with the free InkStitch plug-in, and the tutorials on using them in the LowTechLinux youtube channel. Source: about 1 year ago
I'm relatively new to this hobby, and I've been playing with the InkScape extension Ink/Stitch to digitize some of the logos and art I've created into vectors into embroidery patterns for my Brother embroidery machine, and with some success so far. Source: about 1 year ago
Inkscape is free, a vector editing tool, and can trace the edges of images to create vectors. There is a free plug-in, Inkstitch which gives you the tools to take the vector art and decorate it in the app with how it will stitch out, saving as a file that you can copy to your embroidery machine. Source: over 1 year ago
I use Ink/Stitch, which is a free plugin for Inkscape (also free) to digitize. If you have experience working with vector art, the learning curve is pretty reasonable. SVG is Inkscape's native format, and with Ink/Stitch you can export to a variety of embroidery file formats. Source: over 1 year ago
Inkstitch IS the name. :) Check it out: https://inkstitch.org/. Source: over 1 year ago
I use draWings for my DSTs, but this program is open source and supposedly pretty good: https://inkstitch.org/. Source: over 1 year ago
For those wondering, this is seems to be what OP is talking about. Source: almost 2 years ago
The tutorial uses Inkscape (which is free) and Inkstitch (which is a free add-on for Inkscape.) Other videos on the same channel go further into Inkscape+Inkstitch, but once you see the technique you may well be able to reproduce it with the software you have. Source: almost 2 years ago
The Inkstitch plugin for Inkscape is free, and Inkscape is also free. The free tutorials on the LowTechLinux youtube channel are very useful. Source: about 2 years ago
There is an addon for free vector drawing program Inkscape, addon is called Ink/Stitch. You install it in Inkscape, and it allows you to draw embroideries in Inkscape. Source: about 2 years ago
Inkstitch is a free add-on to Inkscape. It's worth checking out. Source: over 2 years ago
InkStitch - a free Inkscape plugin for turning SVGs into files to drive embroidery machines. Source: over 2 years ago
You can use the open-source, free, cross-platform Inkscape to help you convert your .png or .jpg to the vector .svg format, then use the open-source, free, cross-platform Inkstitch plug-in for Inkscape to decorate the .svg, describing how the design should be stitched out, then use Inkstitch to save the result as a .pes file that the machine can use. Source: over 2 years ago
Ink/Stitch is one way to make your own using Inkscape. I would like to see their original design and know what kind of printer they are working with. Source: over 2 years ago
I often scan artwork to a JPEG, use the free Inkscape to turn that to vector art, the free InkStitch plugin to lay out how it will be stitched and write files that I copy to the actual sewing machine. Source: almost 3 years ago
If you want to go the Ink/Stitch route, there are few facebook groups, this subreddit, inkstitch.org and Ink/Stitch User Community that can give you some help if needed as there is a learning curve. Source: almost 3 years ago
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