Create image designs that resemble manually knitted tapestries and cross-stitches with the help of this feature-rich application
|Updated||Nov 21st 2017|
Ursa Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||46.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 10|
A creative way of spending your free time is knitting. Unfortunately, you do not always find your preferred models and thread colors do not always match your preferences.
WinStitch is a handy and creative application that can help you “knit” various models and patterns with your mouse, and not with a needle and thread. You can design cross stitch-like images and print their pattern model, so that you will be able to knit a real embroidery.
You can use the application to create virtually knitted tapestries and beadworks, then print them. You are provided with a wide palette of colors and rich pre-rendered models to chose from.
Furthermore, as each color has a symbol, you can switch the view to create custom stitch charts that you can use as a reference when you are knitting a real embroidery. The application can also estimate the amount of thread that will be used.
In addition, you can save your images and send them to friends, so that they can enjoy your work and even use your image as a stitch chart.
Aside from design creation, WinStitch Crack can help you turn your favorite images or photos in embroidery models and stitch charts. You can import scanned photos and images, then convert them to stitch designs, which you can print and use to knit a real model.
This is a handy feature, as you do not need to create a model from scratch, you just need to use one of your favorite photos as base model.
WinStitch allows you to create impressive digital embroidery, as well as reliable base models of your favorite images that can be used for knitting a real cross stitch tapestry.
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