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SewWhat Pro (64-bit) is software for viewing, editing and converting embroidery files arising from various different sewing manufacturers. It can be used to write a floppy disk that is compatible with the HUS Designer-1 embroidery machine. You can view embroidery files, even if they are included in zip or rar archives, view thumbnails of files in your working directory, create Designer-1 floppy disks, use any TrueType font [TTF] to create monogram lettering, resize, reposition, delete, rotate, and merge sewing patterns, convert from, and save to, various file formats either individually or in batch mode, simulate the real-time stitch out of a pattern, and Change individual thread colors and background. Other features include cutting toolbar allows graphic separation of patterns at specific stitches, graphical or text-based reordering of thread color stops is available, capability to write Smart Media or Compact Flash cards for Singer, Brother, Janome, and new Bernina machines, and supports a command-line interface for file conversion which has the form.
Price USD65
License Free to try
File Size 80.77 kB
Version 4.2.9
Operating System Windows Vista Windows 8 Windows Windows 7 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows NT
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