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In reply to RipStitcher
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Date: 12/2/12 2:12 PM
I bet you could just do it yourself. And it would be good practice too. Even if you have no embroidery software. It still probably would be super easy for you. Easiest and quickest free wise, would be to use that little free downloadable Wings Embroidery "My Editor" software here just for that:
I did try that one the other day, even though I have several huge and deep manual digitizing programs already. That little free one, actually lets you add some manually placed single hit stitches into a existing embroidery design, in a very easy way, and save it out as a new named embroidery design with a different name to it, that contained your new and extra manual stitches. And it even lets you put a stop code in to change thread colors there. It actually would be perfect for just only what you want to do with just adding some eyelashes. Just because eyelashes could be put in with very few mouse clicks with just a more regular single straight kind of stitches. You would not really even need to know much of anything about manual embroidery digitizing or making a embroidery design to just do that either, as long as you had ever hand embroidered anything, with just a hand needle, a wooden hoop and a hand running stitch or even better maybe a hand done outline or backstitch kind of stitch. As you could do the same for your eyelashes there. Because if you did that there, like that, you could just pretend that your mouse cursor was a hand needle with some hand embroidery floss in it instead.
So I was very impressed with that little free program- maybe try it, you might like it.
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