Yes there is a lot more information in the book that supports use of the program. I am all ready starting to write a more in-depth second book.
Author EQStitch companion book
--- In EQStitch@yahoogroups.com, "mulleryvonne" <mulleryvonne@...> wrote:
> Yvonne, thanks for the quick replay! I will make the changes tomorrow, this night I have to work.
> I think this kind of solutions will appear in your book??
> Have a nice day! Yvonne M.
> --- In EQStitch@yahoogroups.com, ycjm@ wrote:
> > Absolutely! You need to edit the lines where they overlap. Just click on the shape tool to select it and then click on the line you wish to edit. Nodes will appear. Click and hold on a node and drag it out from under the overlapping area. Do this to as many nodes as necessary. Or, you could click on the entire shape you want to move with the select tool and drag the shape out from under the overlapping piece. You may still want to edit it somewhat with the shape tool. This is why it is a semi-automatic digitizing program. A full auto-digitizing program would only convert to stitches and not allow this small amout of editing.
> > Yvonne Menear
> > EQ7/EQStitch educator
> > Author EQStitch companion book
> > http://www.yvonnemenear.com/
> > http://members.shaw.ca/lmeg/
> > --- In EQStitch@yahoogroups.com, "mulleryvonne" <mulleryvonne@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Is there a way to skip overlapstitches??
> > > example: I've tried to make a embroidery of Sun Bonnet Sue. When you make a regular applique, you have to overlap the fabricpieces. But, when you make a embroiderydesign, you avoid thick, overlap areas filled with embroidery stitches.
> > > Is there some trick to avoid these dubble layers???
> > >