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    Does anyone have or use the coyote stencil shop does it work and does it work.....thanks

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    Thanks for all the help..... I bought it..... And it is way harder than it looked......just have to keep working with it..... Thanks


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        Gee, Sorry you got no help with that....
        That's no too common here. Most folks are truely helpful.
        ..As far as using stencil shop, I've never tried it, but I have an old version of PhotoShop. Very similar bells and whistles as far as converting a photo into a pattern. One thing I have found with PS is that once I get the design to a certain point, I print it out and using tracing paper, work out the rest of the details.
        I like doing tracings of nearly everything I make for a few reasons. One being that I can become more familiar with what I'm doing, figuring out what to cut first, IE. And I get to work out the technical details with pencil and eraser.

        And also...WELCOME... Great place really. And like Mike said...Pictures, we love pictures...
        After 21 years of scrolling, I'm still learning stuff. This really is a great place....

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        • #5
          Welcome to the forum. I always see the ad for Coyote but never had the money to invest in it. I think most people here use the free Gimp.
          Go to all the topics, I'm sure you will find a lot of interesting information.
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