Running Ink/Stitch from Command Line

Ink/Stitch extensions can be run from command line.

Example command line code


For example if you want to do export your file into a zip-archive (with a dst, pes and threadlist file) you can run the following command:

./inkstitch --extension=zip --format-dst=True --format-pes=True --format-threadlist=True input-file.svg >

Stitch Plan

Here an example of outputting a stitch svg for two specific elements, which will hide the original design layers, display the needle points and is positioned right on top of the original design.

./inkstitch --extension=stitch_plan_preview --id=path1 id=path2 --move-to-side=False --layer-visibility=hidden --needle-points=True input.svg > output.svg