An umbrella package of 8 essential FreeSewing build-time plugins


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An umbrella package of 8 essential FreeSewing build-time plugins


  1. plugin-cutonfold : Add cut-on-fold indicators to your patterns
  2. plugin-dimension : Add dimensions to your (paperless) patterns
  3. plugin-grainline : Add grainline indicators to your patterns
  4. plugin-logo : Add a scalebox to your patterns
  5. plugin-scalebox : Add pretty titles to your pattern parts
  6. plugin-title : Add pretty titles to your pattern parts
  7. plugin-round : Rounds corners
  8. plugin-sprinkle : Add multiple snippets to your pattern

Note that these are all build-time plugins. In other words, plugins used by developers/pattern designers, rather than run-time plugins that are used when generating patterns.

Without exception, all freesewing patterns use all these plugins, so it made sense to bundle them.


To load this plugin, add it to your instantiated pattern.

On node.js:

import freesewing from '@freesewing/core'
import plugins from '@freesewing/plugin-bundle'

let pattern = new freesewing.Pattern().with(plugins);

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