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I built a tool for my wife to help her generate crochet patterns.

jamestomasino.github.io/stitch

Choose the number of rows and columns you want and the number of colors to extract from the image used to generate the pattern. Upload the image and transform it by resizing, moving, or rotating to get everything where you want it. Click "render" and it will flatten everything into your grid.

When it's done you can right-click and "save as..." to save the image for crochet reference.

Stitchy looks at the dominant color in each grid block and compares it to the nearest neighbor of those colors extracted for the palette. That color fills the block.

If you have any suggestions, you can add them here: github.com/jamestomasino/stitc

@tomasino Mind if I share this with my maternity group? Quite a few people in there would enjoy it, I think

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