Stitching (Sewing) Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Stitching (Sewing) Brushes

Brushes: 33

Photoshop 7, CS-CS6, CC
Photoshop Elements 2+
GIMP 2.2.6+

Description: Various shapes and types of stitching and stitches. Works great for borders! Includes: arrowhead stitch, basque stitch, blanket stitches, a bullion knot, cable stitch, chain stitches, leather stitching, coral stitch, cord stitch, corset laces, cross stitching, darning stitch, ladder stitch, running stitch, zigzag stitch, and more!

Stitching (Sewing) Brushes
How to Install?
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Download the image pack (for those without Photoshop & GIMP)

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35 Responses to Stitching (Sewing) Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. bluebellesmom says:

    Thank you for this brush set. I’m just learning how to use brushes and this looked like one I could handle. Thanks again!

  2. elanna says:

    I downloaded the stitches but they are fuzzy.


    • Stephanie says:

      You may be trying to make the brushes too large for what they were made for, if they’re not coming out well. These are not very large brushes, I’m afraid – I made them a looong time ago, before I started doing stuff in higher resolution.

  3. Noa says:

    Thank you so, so much!

  4. zodiac says:

    its like a diamond set for me…
    thanx SIR.

  5. Margo says:

    Thankyou so much. Your generosity is appreciated very muxh

  6. Ficha says:

    When I downloaded, it says the file cannot be opened or extracted because it’s empty. What should I do?

    • Stephanie says:

      If you’re using a special extraction utility, like WinZip, try using the one that came with your operating system instead. I’ve seen those special programs do some odd things, and people seem to have more trouble with them. If you’re not sure about how to use the one that came with your OS, check out my tutorials section for how to unzip.

      Other than that, the only thing that might’ve happened was a corrupted download. I just checked the file, and the ABR file IS in there.

      Also make sure your browser didn’t already unzip it when it downloaded it. If it’s an ABR file, that IS the file that you want. Again, in my tutorials section there’s a tutorial on installing brushes, as well, and what to do with that ABR file to get it to work in Photoshop.

      Hope this helps!


    OBSIDIAN.. YOU ARE AMAZING!!! tysm for everything youve done and put out there for us to use… you rock!! thanks again

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