- You will get over any fear you might have of PatternCAD.
- You will end up with your very own, unique pantograph, because you will be drawing to link elements together.
This is what will be covered...
Using layers - Swapping and Merging
Using the Pattern options - Draw and Edit - you will use most of the features in these options.
Using the optimize function - changing quilting steps and connecting elements
Using the End Point Continuity feature.
I could break each part down and do weekly post for the next 3-4 months or I can do a PDF of the whole process. Or I can do a combination of both, which might give us the best flexibility. I want to get us to where we are doing more advance things, but I don't want to scare anyone off. I promise to break it down, step by step, so that you can work through it and learn. Some of the more complex items could be broken out into individual post with more information for anyone that needs it.
I know I am not talking to myself anymore, so comment back or email me and tell me what you think! Learning to use this program needs to be a two way street. I have no problems sharing what I learn, but I need input to know what you want to learn too.