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Deco Studio-JPG image to Embroidery Designs

Started by sew123, August 21, 2013, 10:25:11 pm

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JPG files to Embroidery Designs...........

Many Digitizing software are available to convert the image file to embroidery designs. For example Deco Studio, DRAWing etc. convert the image vector to embroidery stitches instantly. Here I am sharing you tutorial for regarding the image to embroidery stitches using Deco studio;

1)   Open Deco Studio
2)   Click on Graphics options given at the top in menu bar.
3)   Once you click on Graphics, Deco studio will open a new window with in same software.
4)   Then just click on file menu and use import function to import the image source file. You can use JPG, PNG, EPS, Bitmap images etc. Further you can even use Drag and Drop options. Just Drag the image to the window and Deco studio will open the image dragged on your behalf
5)   Now, click on bitmap vector options on the top and thereby select the appropriate options to convert the image to vector bitmap image.
6)   Once you convert the image to vector bitmap then click on convert options to convert it in to embroidery stitches files.
7)    On the left side you will see the colour object, click on it and drag the outline colour object to the last options. This will bring the Outline Border to the top of the image.
8 )   Then click on respective objects and right click on it to select the convert to options and thereby convert it to your desired options.
9)   Once you convert it to desired options then click on file options and save the designs.

If you want to make a outline border to your designs in Deco Studio then the easiest way to create a border is to use the Outline tools.

In graphics mode just click on vector bitmap image (after converting image file to vector bitmap image), and select the outline tools (tool appear in the left toolbars options look like pen), and then specify the thickness of the outline and that's it , it will create the outline automatically.
Kaustubh Patel


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