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  • Tools
  • The Wizard
  • Posterizing
  • Saving Embroidery
  • Main Window
  • Project Window
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Margie Smeer Senior editor

SewArt is a handy application that offers you the possibility to turn images into embroidery files. It can use both raster and vector images as input files, though the best results are achieved when using clip arts or simpler pictures. Anyway, even if you provide less simple images, this powerful program offers you the tools, functions, and options needed to prepare that image and make it suitable for being converted to a proper embroidery file.
For example, it lets you reduce their colors and make them smoother, making them more suitable for being digitized. It also includes neat pattern fills that can be applied to sew individual areas of the loaded images.

I like that SewArt supports all the popular image file formats, including both raster ones (BMP, PNG, JPG, etc.) and vector ones. Furthermore, it can output to various embroidery file formats including Brother's PES, Tajima's DST, Janome's JEF, Melco's EXP, and more.

Another cool thing about SewArt is that it either automatically digitizes the images into embroidery files using the best settings or it lets you thoroughly adjust the digitizing options and manually control the parameters of the conversion.

Last but not least, this tool is also easy-to-use. Its interface is quite self-explanatory and intuitive, and there's a mini-tutorial and a wizard that guide you through the steps of the conversion process.

In conclusion, SewArt is a nice tool worth having if you are interested in creating embroidery files.


  • Simple-to-use.
  • Supports plenty of various input and output file formats.
  • Allows manually controlling the digitizing parameters.


  • Pricey.
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    Guest Last year

    I am thinking of purchasing this product and have tested the trial version. My problem is that when the image is opened it is jagged and when converting it to stitches, there are too many colours even after using the wizard. Half the image is missing as well. Can you help.

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      Guest Last year

      You need to use the needle and click on the zones you want to embroider one at a time. It did that for me too and I figured out how to do it. You can also change the angle of all the colors, I recommend reducing the stitches to 2 and 2. Good luck!

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    Guest 2 years ago

    Need help. The download installed but I can't find it anywhere.


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