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JPeg to DST converter?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by doubleabattery, Apr 26, 2010.

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  1. doubleabattery

    doubleabattery Thread Starter

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    I want this to be stitched on to a hat (normal baseball hat). They say I have to bring int he DST file. I dont know how to get one of those.
    Help please?
    http://i40.tinypic.com/2yll47l.jpg
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  2. Rick_in_Fla

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    I don't think you can simply convert a jpeg to a dst. DST files contain codes that tell the embroidery machine how to stitch the pattern.
     
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    i didnt forget about the thread its just closed so i cant post.

    appearently he can convert the jpegs to DST. hoping some1 else (or he) can do it again.
     
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    You're about a week too late.
    I had borrowed the Buzz 2 Stitches software for a "look see" ... The owner wanted $150 (half price)
    I didn't like it, so I returned it about a week ago.

    I have a manual way for really simple ones .. That requires some Photoshop work.
    This one looks simple enough .. Let me work on it.
    What size (in inches) do you want it ??
     
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    How's 3.3 Inches .. attached zip file ????

    Click below to enlarge stitch preview ..
    Dst.jpg
     
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    The "fatness" of the Black Border (outline) may depend on which stitch is sewn last.
    Here's one where the black is sewn last to overstitch the other colors ..
    This may be better ??
    Hat2.jpg
     
  8. doubleabattery

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    nice nice.
    Dude your always the bomb. That looks perfect.
    I think 3.3 inches is to large for the front of a hat. 2.5? that seems to be the same size as the normal hockey logos on hats.

    Again man thanks.
    Keith
     
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    Resized to 2.5 inches ... both in the attached zip file
    H1.jpg
    H2.jpg
     
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    2.5 inch diameter right.
    so like its 2.5 tall and 2.5 wide?

    sweet im will go get this on hat asap.
    ty bro
     
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    It's not really round .. so the numbers will vary a little
     
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    2.5 2.46
    i see i see.
    lolz that is unnoticable i think.
    well i think i will go get it done.
     
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