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Need to convert PNG to DST file?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by darkkevinseven, Jul 11, 2012.

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  1. darkkevinseven

    darkkevinseven Thread Starter

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    Hi Noyb, can I ask one last favor?
    I need 2 more files if you can.
    I tried to resize the dst file via the Embird program which looks like an option but it won't let me, though I can resize gifs. I'm sure the issue is that dst files can't be resized due to the thread count, etc. Since this appears to be the case could you convert two more for me? The smaller is one of these first three uploads. Its for the back of a hat. I've given 3 options and none may work but I'll upload them in the order to try (if you could) The 4th & 5th images are for the front of a hat so its larger and in order of pref.

    Thanks in advance for trying, if you can! And thanks so much for what you've already done :)

    ~Kevin
     

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    darkkevinseven Thread Starter

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    could you please save them in OFM format too if possible?
     
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    I am soo sorry, could you also do this last one as an alternative for the front?
     

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    Image size has nothing to do with pattern size.
    What size do you want which pattern ???
    ofm is not one of my options
     
  5. darkkevinseven

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    Ok thanks!

    one of images 1-3: if either of the first 2 (pref. image 1) (back of hat) .92 x .893 inch (if for the longer one if have to do 1.8 x .3 inch)
    one of images 4-5: (pref image 4) (front of hat) 1.88 x 1.85inch

    just those two would be amazing if you could
     
  6. Noyb

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    Can't go that small .. all the stitch resolution is lost
     

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    cool Noyb, thanks so much for trying, I really appreciate it!!! You've given me a lot of good information. Thanks again!
     
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    You guys just don't get it .. And I don't know how to explain it without just showing the results.
    My paint brush is not very small ... I can't paint a 1 inch line with a 6 inch paint brush :D
    thread has a fixed width .. and I could probably use better software - but I'd have to pay an Arm and a Leg for it
    Do you really need to go that small on a hat ???
     
  9. darkkevinseven

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    I do get it now, but would like to maintain the logo as much as possible. I really do appreciate your help and direction throughout! The smallness is why I thought it might work for the front logo, but it would still be too small.
     
  10. Noyb

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    Sound like you might need to switch to printing a "picture" on the hat ..
    then you'd have much better resolution.
    they do make Picture transfers that even transfers white ... (not normally an Ink color) ..
    I'm not sure where you can get them .. but I could probably find out
     
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    Can you digitize my logo?!
    O'malley logo New.png
     
  12. Noyb

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    Already did that yesterday .... Here
     
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