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  1. Version 2.3.6 Trial

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    The free trail version of EmbroideryWare lets you use all the features of the program for 30 days. After 30 days DST output is disabled. After your trial period is over you can continue to create embroidery designs and save them. Then when you do purchase you will already have something to stitch out. EmbroideryWare runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. Windows XP is not supported. This version has the following features Free Updates for one year Running stitches Single Double Triple/Bean Quad Fills Custom fill patterns Definable fill direction and order Combine or subtract graphic objects to create complicated fill areas Gradient fills Automatic fill ordering Satin stitches Fixed width Tapered Variable along its length Linear and curved columns Satin feathering Satin patterning using fill patterns Satin edge shapes Free motion embroidery Fixed stitch length By time straight stitch By time Zig zag Advanced editing Scale, rotate, translate, align curves or points. Offset curves Add or delete curve elements Join or break apart curves Precise dimension based nudging Arrow key nudge Embedded objects within the graphic Underlay Start path End path Embroidery objects Embed an entire embroidery design in a graphic object Link the object to a file on your system and any objects referring to this link will update automatically Resize, rotate, and move the object and all the design elements in the embedded design will update automatically Import SVG PES PNG, BMP, and JPEG bitmaps to use for digitizing Export DST SVG (future release) Decorative stitches Chain stitch Hand stitch User created, can follow any path Text Convert true type fonts to running stitches, fills and satin outlines Digitized keyboard lettering which can be scaled and follow any path Patterning Linear Circular Cut work 2 needle 4 needle Hoop sizes 360×350, 360×200, 260×200, 260×150, 120×120 mm 5×7, 4×4, 2×2 inches Custom Definable jump anchors Thumbnail view of embroidery objects Stitch simulator with 3D rendering mode Drawing aides Rulers Stitch length marker mm, cm, inch units Grid snaps Usability features Keyboard short cuts Status bar step by step instructions
  2. View File EmbroideryWare Trial The free trail version of EmbroideryWare lets you use all the features of the program for 30 days. After 30 days DST output is disabled. After your trial period is over you can continue to create embroidery designs and save them. Then when you do purchase you will already have something to stitch out. EmbroideryWare runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. Windows XP is not supported. This version has the following features Free Updates for one year Running stitches Single Double Triple/Bean Quad Fills Custom fill patterns Definable fill direction and order Combine or subtract graphic objects to create complicated fill areas Gradient fills Automatic fill ordering Satin stitches Fixed width Tapered Variable along its length Linear and curved columns Satin feathering Satin patterning using fill patterns Satin edge shapes Free motion embroidery Fixed stitch length By time straight stitch By time Zig zag Advanced editing Scale, rotate, translate, align curves or points. Offset curves Add or delete curve elements Join or break apart curves Precise dimension based nudging Arrow key nudge Embedded objects within the graphic Underlay Start path End path Embroidery objects Embed an entire embroidery design in a graphic object Link the object to a file on your system and any objects referring to this link will update automatically Resize, rotate, and move the object and all the design elements in the embedded design will update automatically Import SVG PES PNG, BMP, and JPEG bitmaps to use for digitizing Export DST SVG (future release) Decorative stitches Chain stitch Hand stitch User created, can follow any path Text Convert true type fonts to running stitches, fills and satin outlines Digitized keyboard lettering which can be scaled and follow any path Patterning Linear Circular Cut work 2 needle 4 needle Hoop sizes 360×350, 360×200, 260×200, 260×150, 120×120 mm 5×7, 4×4, 2×2 inches Custom Definable jump anchors Thumbnail view of embroidery objects Stitch simulator with 3D rendering mode Drawing aides Rulers Stitch length marker mm, cm, inch units Grid snaps Usability features Keyboard short cuts Status bar step by step instructions Submitter jimmysb Submitted 01/31/2017 Category Embroidery software
  3. Hi Everyone, It been a while since I posted. EmbroideryWare has come a long way since I introduced the Beta version back in March 2016. It went into a commercial phase back in June of 2016 and has been updated quite a bit since then. If any of you are interested in where it is now you can check it out at https://www.embroiderywaresoftware.com or see what people are saying about it on https://www.facebook.com/EmbroideryWare Thank you for trying it out. Jim
  4. Hi Everyone,I just wanted to let you all know that EmbroideryWare has moved into a new phase. It is now a hobby buisness. Wish me luck and thank you for trying the beta version.I want to personally thank anyone who has given me feedback. I have learned alot along the way and have some wonderful plans for the program.If your are interested in what I am up to with EmbroideryWare you can check out the web page http://www.embroiderywaresoftware.com Jim
  5. Yes you cam import a jpeg file and sketch on top of it. It also handles bmp and png files. Jim http://www.embroiderywaresoftware.com/
  6. That is awesome! Hi Everyone, I am pleased to announce that I now have a web page http://www.embroiderywaresoftware.com/ My web page will be the best place to see what is going on with EmbroideryWare development. EmbroideryWare is still free. I have a storefront where it can be download for free. The program will still be up on sourceforge too. I think the webpage though in the long run will be a better way to communicate with my users and also show some projects I am working on. I am after all a hobbiest embroiderer first and a programmer second! Jim
  7. Hi Everyone A new version of EmbroideryWare is just up. It now does jump stitch anchoring and cutwork. I have two new videos up showing how these features are used. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGT-bc4V6EIgSqvnTJY9ifw You can download it here https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/ Jim
  8. Hi everyone, There is a new release of EmbroideryWare posted recently. I am really proud of the this release. The biggest improvement is being able to set the stitch order of a fill. Jim https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/
  9. Below is a picture of the stitch out of the shield shown above. Jim
  10. Nice work! I am impressed that someone other than me, the developer, is using EmbroideryWare! That makes me happy :).
  11. Hi Everyone, Currently the program only inputs PES and outputs DST. Eventually I want to make it be able to input DST and output PES so color info goes with it. My priority though is to add more design functions and improve the ones that already exist.
  12. Hi There is a new version of EmbroideryWare that was just posted. It can now do patterns, and underlay. First check out my YouTube channel to see how its used. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGT-bc4V6EIgSqvnTJY9ifw And then if you like what you see download it at https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/ Here are a few designs that were done with it. Flower.dst Scroll.dst
  13. Hi There is a new version of EmbroideryWare that was just posted. It can now do patterns, and underlay. First check out my YouTube channel to see how its used. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGT-bc4V6EIgSqvnTJY9ifw And then if you like what you see download it at https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/ Here are a few designs that were done with it. Scroll.dst Flower.dst
  14. Hi Everyone, I am writing a free program for machine embroidery. It's totally free. I started the project about three months ago because I wanted to create a program that would do interesting stitching along a path that my commercial software did not do. It has evolved to something much more than that. The satin stitching is pretty complete. I am still refining fills, they work but do more jumps than I would like. Please check it out and let me know what you think of my program. https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/
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