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What it is
In manual stitch mode Ink/Stitch will use each node of a path as a needle penetration point, exactly as you placed them.
How to Create
- Create a path. Line style or width are irrelevant.
Extensions > Ink/Stitch > Params.
Manual stitch placement. The other settings will not have any effect in manual stitch mode.
Each node of a path represents a needle penetration point. It doesn’t care about bezier curves.
A clean representation of your manual stitch path can be achieved as follows:
- Select all nodes (
- Click on in the
Tool Controls Bar.
Extensions > Ink/Stitch > Params to change parameters to your needs.
|Running stitch along paths||Must be enabled for these settings to take effect.|
|Method||Choose running stitch for the running stitch type|
|Manual stitch placement||Enable manual stitches|
|Repeats||This setting has no effect on manual stitches|
|Running stitch length||This setting has no effect on manual stitches|
|Running stitch tolerance||This setting has no effect on manual stitches|
|Zig-Zag spacing (peak-to-peak)||This setting has no effect on manual stitches|
|Allow lock stitches||Usually manual stitches to not add lock stitches automatically and you have to include them directly into your path. But you can enable them through the setting
|Force lock stitches||Enables lock stitches for manual stitches.|
|Trim After||Trim the thread after sewing this object.|
|Stop After||Stop the machine after sewing this object. Before stopping it will jump to the stop position (frame out) if defined.|