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Author Topic: Finding the Rhinestone Count in a Design  (Read 2613 times)

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Finding the Rhinestone Count in a Design
« on: December 07, 2012, 08:44:33 AM »
A while ago I had an email request from a lady who wanted to know how to work out how many rhinestones would be needed for a particular design. As rhinestone designs are popular I thought I would create a video to show a few different methods.

If you have basic Inkscape experience you don't really need to watch beyond about 4 minutes. The rest of the video is examples of different combinations.

Here is the cheat sheet I mention at the end of the video

*Inkscape Rhinestone Count.pdf
(794.44 kB - downloaded 237 times)


 Please do not upload it to any other website. I will be adding the video and cheat sheet to my blog for anyone who wants the file but isn't a forum member.

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« Last Edit: September 01, 2015, 11:15:56 AM by brynn »