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You can't use effects or brushes with entire rectangles. Simply create one side, then draw the other three sides of a rectangle. Create the triangles easily by drawing a path and choosing Effect > Distort & Transform > Zig Zag Choose Object > Expand Appearance Grab the Pen Tool and draw the other three sides of a rectangle.
Open the file and choose File > Save for Web... In the Image Size area input 87x87.
Could be grid snap, or pixel grid alignment. You can try turn off both options. For grid snap go to View menu and uncheck Snap to Grid. For pixel grid open the Transform panel, select the object and uncheck Align to pixel grid.
You do this with Clipping Masks. What you basically want to do is draw a path outlining where you want the person to appear, place the picture below your new object, then create the clipping mask. I'll outline this in more detail below. Starting out with some random lady I found and a diamond shape with a square below that. To begin the creation of ...
Are your objects grouped when you copy and paste them? I've been able to replicate the behaviour you've found. For some strange reason, I've found copying groups brings in that single pixel line. Grouped: Ungrouped:
Ok do this: Make a line about the length of the ZigZag size you need(use the line tool or pen tool). Make sure to put a color on the Stroke or Fill of the line before the next step. Go to Effect > Distort & Transform > ZigZag Click the preview checkbox and adjust the Size and Ridges per Segment sliders until satisfied. Once you've hit OK you'll have ...
Try and Object > Expand your pattern before saving it as an .svg. That way, the pattern is converted into actual objects, and those are bound to show up in your export.
First, you may need a pathfinder. Which can be found on Window > Pathfinder. Then do the following: Select the lines that you may need to cut it out, and then do Pathfinders > Outline. (optional)2a. You may ungroup them, to select each individuals. 2b. Now, you can select the following excess lines by using any selection tool you like. I prefer, ...
Of course, all you have to do is have the scale in mind. You can work with whatever size you wish in Illustrator actually, and as long as everything is correctly proportional when scaled up or down (or not scaled at all, for that matter) you will get a sharp and crisp pattern for your garment as the design would be done in vectors. There is a quite ...
Make sure that the initial jpeg and the CS6 file resolution are both on inches. The conversion done on Adobe's cut/paste between software usually works best on the same suite (within CS6 all around, etc.).
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