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Bruce_Berryhill

USA
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Posted - 09/19/2015 :  10:30:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It would be darn cool if there was a print to option that included sewing machines. By that I mean attaching your computer and using it to create a file or set of instructions that are used to manipulate modern sewing machines that also support various types of formats for creating automated sewn patterns, shapes, pictures.

If you could do that you'd have a real winner on your hands.

What do you guys and gals think?

Children's Horror Writer, Game Designer, DJ, VJ, Fractal Artist, Animator, care giver to my older mentally retarded brother

I've created 91,000 fractals, 16,800 HD-8k VJ Loops, 60+ short fractal animations (deep zooms), two major science fiction themed games (with their own custom laws of physics and language), I've written dozens of short stories for children's horror

Dragonlair

USA
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Posted - 09/19/2015 :  12:44:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
There is a product by myriaCross that converts patterns to other formats and it does include many of the machine emobroidery formats. The problem for many is that the sewing/embroidery machines tend to be rather expensive.

As for me. I have gobs of embroidery thread (hand stitch of course) and could not afford either the materials or the machine at this point. I'll stick to my hand stitching that I can do with my feet up watching TV while I stitch (assuming my cat doesn't decide to "help").

Diane
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