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That's exactly it!  Kiss  Just as for cross stitch.  Kiss  The program only makes patterns for sc...the "wips" list for it is pretty long, so I hesitate to bring up other stitches at this point, sigh.  Undecided

Wouldn't it be wonderful if it could take a 3D object and plot it into a pattern!  Kiss  Love the way you think, because I want that, too!  Kiss

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Can you recommend a program that is currently available to do this.  I'm having a devil of a time finding one that will allow me to do this with a peyote stitch pattern?

I would like to create a pattern without adding a image.

In looking at that link, I realized that the sharpie would certainly come off easily. I would measure the length of the string I needed, mark the measurement with a sharpie and then cut it at the mark.
I did the same measuring and marking for placement of crimps, etc. If I wasn't very careful in handling them, the marks would get rubbed off as I was putting the pieces together. Tongue Out

I knew that colored strings could be purchased, I actually did purchase a set for a special order, which fell through afterwards. Undecided
But the whole point was to recycle used strings and keep them out of the landfill, they can't be recycled through traditional methods.

The headpiece was a prototype that I never got around to trying to market.
I learned that the jewelry making was just so much more work than I could do on my own.

That particuler piece of amazonite actually had a hole in it naturally, so I just attached the briolette there to try and bring out the blue in the stone. Smile

The amber piece is stored away with other pieces, I just don't really know what to do with all this stuff and was thinking of taking them apart and just destashing. Undecided
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