There are actually tons of websites and apps for it. I come from a family of cross-stitchers, so whenever we wanted to turn a picture into a pattern we’d just find the place that did it as close to what we wanted it to look like. A family favorite is PCStitch, however, I’m partial to Magic Needle (iOS only I think). Top Stitch Ohana Coffee Shirt. Quite a few of them actually. Pixel-stitch.net is the first that comes to mind. I think there’s one called pic2pat. There are also a few places including the main embroidery brand DMC which you put a picture into and they will send you a full kit with the pattern, threads, and fabric to do it.
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Could it have been 1997 or even 1998? I’m dying to know if this was made using a tool I implemented – ”Photo-X Pro”. The output looks very similar. Top Stitch Ohana Coffee Shirt. There were other tools around at the time too, but they were all pretty expensive and mine was free, so it got some traction in the x-stitching community It’s the bane of anyone who uses r/all. For any popular post, people will cross-post it to any subreddit where it might possibly be relevant (and several where it isn’t) so that you have to see the same fucking post 20 times. Do we really need a mildly interesting, etc. etc. etc?
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I’m aware this will sound dismissive of grandmas talent (it’s not meant to) but if you know how to cross stitch then something like this is only a matter of the time you have to dedicate to it. Top Stitch Ohana Coffee Shirt, along with the color threads you need to buy. After that it’s like a paint by numbers….it just takes a shitload of time and patience. Ha! I only know about it because my grandma cross-stitched a perfect replica of our house in the 90s. Back then you had to mail a photo to some company and weeks (maybe months) later they’d send the pattern.
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