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ORGANIZING QUILT PATTERNS

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  • Judy Clay

    I have researched for quite some time and there are several.  There are several Embroidery programs that will allow quilt Patterns   but the best i believe is QPI, Quilt Pattern Indexer.  it will allow you to keyword your designs... i.e. say you want borders that have hearts you can look that up.  It is better to start NOW to keyword your designs because you will be buying more and you don't want to spend a ton of time going through all your designs looking for the right E2E.  It's is not that expensive and it is designed for quilt patterns.  

    https://www.quiltpatternindexer.com/

     

    judy

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  • Judy Clay

    I have researched for quite some time and there are several.  There are several Embroidery programs that will allow quilt Patterns   but the best i believe is QPI, Quilt Pattern Indexer.  it will allow you to keyword your designs... i.e. say you want borders that have hearts you can look that up.  It is better to start NOW to keyword your designs because you will be buying more and you don't want to spend a ton of time going through all your designs looking for the right E2E.  It's is not that expensive and it is designed for quilt patterns.  

    https://www.quiltpatternindexer.com/

     

    judy

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  • Tracy Harris
     

    Catalog Function

     
    • Browse to find and see your designs: Quilting patterns AND Embroidery Designs.
    • Sort into categories, create your own categories and subcategories.
    • Sort your image files: very helpful to include images of designs that are on your wish list in your catalog, or keep photos of finished projects close to the designs used in those projects.
    • Sort your vector artwork: great for designs-in-progress.
    • Search the catalog by design type, category, date etc.
    • Print the resulting catalog on paper or - using a PDF writer - create a PDF (to view your catalog on a tablet and show to customers).
    • Export as HTML (for your website).
    • Influence the size of the images in the printed or exported catalog.
     

    File Organizer

     
    Organize your designs with Design Manager - automatically copy the actual files into a main folder with subfolders in the same structure as your catalog. For example to copy your designs to an external drive (as a backup) or to a second computer in a nice structured and organized way.
     

    Batch Converter

     
    If you have a lot of designs in all sorts of file formats, you will love the Batch Converter inside the program.
     

    Edit Existing Longarm Quilt Patterns / Embroidery Designs

     
    You can edit designs too: resize to fit a chosen hoop (stitch count will be adapted), resize parts of a design, recolor, change stitching sequence, copy parts of a design into another design to create a new combination. There's a sew simulator to see how your machine will stitch the design.
     

    Text and Lettering

     
    You can even add text / lettering / Monograms to existing designs.
     
     
    QE-Pattern Finder - the quick and easy way to find, organize and edit your
    quilting patterns AND embroidery designs.
     
     
     
     
     
     

    QE-Pattern Finder

    the perfect solution to find, organize and edit 

    your Quilting patterns and Embroidery designs

     

    Tracy

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