Draw stitch patterns on your meshes and customize them as you like.
Digital design studio Roel Deden presented a stitch generator for Blender created using Geometry Nodes. You can easily draw patterns on your mesh and customize the rotation, distance, length, height, thread thickness, seam and creases, materials, and the rotation randomness.
Here are the patterns you can use and even adjust to make new ones:
- Line stitch horizontal
- Line stitch vertical
- Double line stitch
- V-stitch Horizontal
- V-stitch Vertical
The studio says that the best method is to draw on your models, but it is also possible to copy an edge loop of your model and set the mode to "mesh" or convert the edge loop to a curve to easily add a stitch line.
Roel Deden has plenty of Geometry Nodes tools: you can make snacks, pie charts, or stacks.