MacStitch is a program for creating cross-stitch and tapestry designs.
You can even scan a photograph or other image onto your computer. Import it into the MacStitch program, and go from there.
The application folder contains a manual in PDF format that requires the free Acrobat Reader program for use.
For more detailed information, including later updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
System requirements: MacStitch works on Macs with system 7.1 or later, requires 32Mb RAM. (virtual memory may need to be enabled for this). It will operate best on a high-color screen, but can be run on a 256 color system.
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