Embroidery and sewing software helps designers and clothing makers digitize, edit and quilt custom designs. Sew or .sew is a a file created by the embroidery software Janome. A digital image is uploaded or scanned into the software and used for embroidery designing. Janome cannot convert a JPEG file into a .sew file. Therefore, files with .jpg extension must first be converted into a .bmp (or bitmap) file before converting it into a .sew file.
Open MS Paint application. To open Paint, click "Start" located at the bottom left corner on the Windows screen, click "Programs" then "Accessories" and click "Paint."
Open the JPEG file via the Paint application. To open the file in Paint, Click "File" and click "Open." Locate the .jpg file and select it.
Convert the .jpg file into a .bmp file. To convert the JPEG file, click "File," click "Save As" and click on the drop down menu "Save as type." Select .bmp as a file extension and save the file to a destination folder. Now the image file with an extension .bmp is saved onto your computer.
Download and install Digitizer 10000 from the Janome website. It is one of the two embroidery applications the company offers.
Launch the installed Digitizer 10000 application.
Open the .bmp file into the Digitizer 10000 application. To open the .bmp file, click "File" and click "Open." Locate the file and select it.
Covert the .bmp file into a .sew file. Once the.bmp file is opened into the Digitizer application, click on "File" and then "Save As." From the drop down "Save type as" select ".sew" as a file extension and click "Save." Now the image file with the extension ,sew is created and ready for use.