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SquarepicIn Part 2 of her series on creating customised fabrics, Lisha shows us how to design and order our own special, unique cloth - perfect for recreating your dream outfit!

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Jenny
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I am interested in reading the article posted on Facebook.
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bookwyrm
Another solution for creating a dashed line like that is to use the Text tool to write a line of dashes: ------ or dash-space-dash: - - - - - - -. Then you can rasterize and rotate or transform the line however you like. (For different effects, you can obviously you can also use equals signs, underscores, periods, carrots...)
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That's an interesting idea. I never would have thought of using text to create lines or dashes! I'll have to experiment with that the next time I make a striped or patterned fabric.

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