Crosti is an open source tool that lets you build your own cross stitch designs. It allows you to make your own unique cross stitch design from custom images.
With Crosti users can resize and rotate image, reduce the number of colors, change image palette, make cross stitch design, preview it, save and print.
Cross stitch design edition available: colors and icons changing, new color addition, color fill, design pixel draw, lines and half-stitches.
- Convert custom image to cross stitch design.
- Edit cross stitch scheme.
- Save and print the scheme that you created.
- Metric and imperial system selection.
- Cross stitch scheme background color feature.
- Tools include image rotation, stitch type, line, color picker, pen, fill, and palette.
- Input pictures: BMP, GIF, ICO, JPEG, JPG, MNG, PBM, PGM, PNG, PPM, SVG, TIF, TIFF, XBM, XPM.
- Output cross stitch scheme: BMP, GIF, ICO, JPEG, JPG, MNG, PNG, PPM, TIF, TIFF, XBM, XPM, PDF, CST (crosti scheme text file).
- English and Russian translations.
Developer: Sergey Levin
License: GNU GPL v2
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