Another digitization tutorial
Turning chunky line art into embroidery is harder than it seems. I wrote about it.
Some while back, I made a mini-tute on turning Truetype (etc.) fonts into embroidery. It is very low-level, for folks who have never used Inkscape before much less Ink/Stitch. And then I wrote a more involved tutorial on turning bitmaps into embroidery designs.
And now I’ve written a more specific tutorial about something that comes up a lot: digitizing designs with thick outlines.
It leads naturally into an even more specific tutorial on making clean satin joins and corners, but I need to finish the French Fries design
so I’m not going to write that one just yet. Soon, though! Update: Satin joins and corners