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Fabric Studio Overview

April 17, 2019

 

 

Fabric Studio Details

 

Figure 1

A. Design Preview

The design preview is where you can see all the detail of what your print will look like.

B. Zoom

Use the zoom to see what your design will look like when full scale. For example: 100% zoom will be representation of full size when printed. Fit to screen is best used for designing so you can see you whole pattern.

C. Rotate & Crop Image

This button opens up a new window (Figure 3 below) to allow rotating and cropping of your current image.

D. Upload Image/Choose from Gallery

Use this button to choose from our default image gallery, upload your own images, or choose from your previously uploaded images. See Figure 2 below for more details.

E. Image Quality Meter

The quality meter tells you if your image is high enough quality to be printed clearly. If your image is showing as poor or fair you can adjust your image size (See D below for details) and make your image smaller until the quality is Good.

Good = Best printing

Fair = May be blurry or pixelated

Poor = Will not print well and will likely be very blurry or pixelated

F. Repeat Style

Choose how you would like your pattern to repeat or choose center to not have any repeat.

G. Change Color

Add some color layers to your image and easily change the color without having to edit your file.

H. Image Size

This is where you can change the size of the image you have uploaded. This only changes the size of your individual image, not the size of the complete pattern.

I. Image Size Ratio Link

Use this checkbox to link or unlink your image width and height.

J. Choose Your Fabric

Choose the fabric you want to have your pattern printed on. If you are unsure which fabric to choose for your project, use the question mark to the right for more details on all of our fabrics.

K. Choose Print Size

If you have an image that you would like to print with no repeat larger than 1 yard, use these options to extend the design preview window to see your full image.

For example: if you want 5 yards printed of a mountain landscape then choose 5 Linear Yards and you’ll be able to see your full image. Then choose quantity 1 below and you’ll receive 5 linear yards of your mountain landscape.

L. Choose Your Quantity

Choose the quantity to be ordered. This is the quantity of the size you have chosen above. See examples below.

Example 1: I choose “1 Linear Yard” under choose size and my quantity is 10. I will receive 10 continuous linear yards of my print.

Example 2: I choose “4 Linear Yards” under choose size and my quantity is 2. I will receive 8 continuous linear yards of my print.

M. Total Price

The total price shows the full price of your order for this specific print. The price will adjust as you change your size and quantity.

 

Figure 2

A. My Designs

This is where you can see all your images you have uploaded.

B. Upload Image

Upload your own image by clicking this button. Be sure you have the rights to use this image before uploading anything and you will need to click the checkbox (See D below) to verify that you have the rights.

C. Gallery

This where you can view our default images. We have a large selection of patterns and images to choose from. Please keep in mind, you will not be able to edit these patterns.

D. Rights to Use Image

When uploading images you need to make sure you have full rights to use the image. Check this box to confirm you have the right to use the image.

E. Search

If you know the name of an image or pattern you’re looking for you can search for it here.

F. Choose Your Image

The ‘+’ sign is used to select the image. Click this and you will see your image on the design preview.

Figure 3

A. Reset

When you are making changes to your image in this screen you use the reset button to take you back to your original image.

B. Rotate Left/Right

Rotate your image left or right

C. Continue

Once your image is to your liking, click continue to see what it looks like in your design preview.

D. Crop & Zoom

Use the blue box to crop your image as needed. If you need to zoom in or out you can use your mouse wheel to do so.

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