Cross-stitch embroidery is an ancient way of decorating clothes, household items and in general a popular method of embroidery.
The scheme for embroidering a cross can create yourself, both with the help of specialized programs, and millimeter paper and colored pencils.
You will need
- - a computer-
- - access to the Internet-
- - browser program.
Select the photo you want to useTo make a diagram. If necessary, process it in a graphics editor, such as Adobe Photoshop: set the desired size, crop, color correction, adjust the brightness and contrast, add a frame, etc.
Then click on the link to the online service for creating cross-stitch patterns http://www.pic2pat.com/index.ru.html. The given site allows from any image to receive the scheme with a set of threads of the chosen manufacturer, and also with the set value of the image and the scale of the location of stitches.
Click the "Choose a file" button to selectPhoto from which you want to make a diagram. In the window that opens, navigate to the folder with the photo file, double-click or select and click the "Open" button. Make sure the photo size does not exceed four megabytes. Click "Next". Wait until the sending of the photo to the server.
Select the type of thread that will be usedIn the scheme for embroidery photography. This system provides a choice of the following manufacturers: DMC, Anchor, Madeira, Venus. Select the desired number of stitches per centimeter - from 3.1 to 7.1. The more this value, the more realistic embroidery will be obtained as a result, the density of the future picture depends on this index.
Next, choose the embroidery size, from 5x4 cm to 60x45See also the selected photo in this window. After selecting the settings, click the "Next" button to continue creating the embroidery scheme from the photo.
Select the required scheme from the next window.Presented on the screen. The presented schemes differ in the number of colors, click the left mouse button on the scheme that suits you. The scheme will automatically download in pdf format to the computer. Creating a scheme for embroidery with a cross from the photo is completed.