Stitch’n’Glitch is an open-source image corruption program and cross-stitch pattern generator. Its purpose is to aid experimentation with the combination of the random electronic process with a more deliborate, tactile one.
This is an open-source project in appreciation of textile art’s history of sharing techniques and patterns. Feel free to modify for your own use in keeping with the same spirit. If you would prefer to download the original version, the site has been archived.
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