In less than a minute your digital image can be imported into Bead-n-Stitch and converted into a designed pattern for a work of beaded or stitched art. Hundreds of palettes, sophisticated editing tools enable you to customize and perfect your artwork!
Creating art with beads or threads is your passion, but the handwork involved in building the patterns and diagrams can be daunting. Experience the freedom that Bead-n-Stitch software brings to your favorite hobby or business. Import a digital file of a photograph, drawing, or other art into Bead-n-Stitch. Follow the simple directions onscreen; select one of the hundreds of palettes included, like Miyuki Delica and Toho, for beads and threads (or create your own special palette). Chose image size, bead size, color conversion model, stitch (over a dozen options, all Peyotes), and convert. BnS easily creates highest quality designs and patterns for traditional, round, partial embroidery and combined weaving and embroidery techniques.
Making use of the great features of Bead-n-Stitch to bring your creativity to life doesn’t require artistic skills. Quickly create the desired design and pattern with an array of intuitive, easy-to-use digital tools. Edit colors with precision, even remove an isolated single color. Bead-n-Stitch contains a fantastic toolset to create variations of your design. The image you’ve chosen will be shown on the monitor, with all changes you’ve made. Change the contours, the points of needle insertions, the color engine used for conversion. BnS calculates the number and color of the beads or threads needed to produce your finished piece. When you have used our suite of editing tools to perfect your bead or stitch project and are satisfied with the image onscreen, Bead-n-Stitch allows you to print the finished product at any available resolution or to output to a PDF document, including a word chart showing the exact placement of every bead or stitch needed for the finished piece.
If you work with jewelry, bracelets, necklaces, etc., Bead-n-Stitch offers you its “blank canvas” easel option. Select the palette, bead and easel sizes, choose one of the major weaving formats (Loom, Peyote, Brick, for example), open the empty grid and place the beads or threads within the grid to complete your design.