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Topic: How is this done? (Digital sewing project planning)  (Read 323 times)
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megtrip83
« on: January 29, 2014 11:15:49 AM »

I came across this (ikrod.blogspot.com):



Does anyone know how this was made? Is it a special program or just clever photoshopping? I vaguely remember seeing a tutorial for something like this years ago but I can't remember where and I don't even know what to call it to google it. Does anyone know where this tutorial might be?

I really want to do this for my future sewing planning!

Sorry if this is in the wrong category, this seemed like the most appropriate one but please feel free to move this thread if it's wrong.
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stillatthetop
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2014 12:40:27 PM »

Well, there is some text in the bottom left which might lead you to the artist who created it, but I can't quite make out what it says. Bottom right says 2011, so it wasn't that long ago. If you are able to enlarge your "capture" of this image, then perhaps you could go on a google hunt and find the creator. Best that I can help you. Sorry.

I Googled "sew project planning program" and it popped up with several available programs. Perhaps some of those might have your answers. Some offer Free trials.

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Wanting 6" x 6" I spy panels. For a quilt like this:
http://www.grammasbabystuff.com/I_Spy_-_Hill_3_Finished_Smaller.jpg
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megtrip83
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2014 04:11:05 PM »

Thanks for your reply but I've figured it out. Apparently this is called a storyboard (learn something new everyday!), a quick google search led me to the tutorial I was looking for. Thanks for trying to help!
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