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How to use the iPad pro for your quilt patterns and illustrations using Adobe Sketch.

Many people have asked for a tutorial on using iPad Pro for quilting, so I’m re-posting this rather than doing another one or just directing.

I am Pam Holland

I’ve been traveling for almost 3 months and many of you have followed the travels, the photographs, the illustrations and the blog.     During that time and at my lectures and classes, I promised  that I would share some of the techniques I use to do my patterns and illustrations.

In January this year, my creative life changed when I purchased the new iPad pro.

I bought the largest screen and the largest memory iPad that I could. Then came the wonderful apple pencil. It really has taken me almost all of the year to work through the applications that work in my favor.

The main one I use is Adobe sketch.

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So to the steps.

Open Adobe sketch, the pens are on one side and the sketch layer on the other. Press the + sign and a new image layer sign appears.

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Click on the image layer and you can import…

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