Web Tips: JPG Images

.JPG Images {pronounced JAY PEG} are used widely throughout websites, quilt design programs, and more. We know that creating a JPG image of fabric, product, etc. can take up lots of your time to cut, scan, and size the image needed for your project or website. We do this to every single piece of Moda Fabric for our Marketing and web and want to share our efforts in creating these images with you to help in your project design or simply to share your love for fabric on your blog/website.

We provide a Download JPG link to every Moda Collection published on our website. Simply click on the image for JPG images.

Save the .zip file to your computer.

Once saved, right click on the zip folder and select Extract All… 

This will extract all the images from the .zip folder into a new folder on your computer in the specified location you select.

You can now use these .JPG images on your blog/website or quilt design program such as Electric Quilt. We not only provide you with a scan of every fabric image in the collection, but we also provide images of all our precut images, collection image, quilt, and any finished product for that collection.

So stop creating all those images yourself and save some time by downloading the .JPG images that we provide on our website.

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7 comments on “Web Tips: JPG Images

  1. momto2wasd says:

    As an online retailer, I really, really appreciate the photos and other jpegs you provide!! It saves me tons of time and I know I’ll have quality photos to show my customers. I figure this into the cost of products because my time is valuable. This, along with other things, makes Moda a top notch company to buy from. Thanks!

  2. Sherri says:

    This is a great post…great information that a lot of people will really appreciate!

  3. Dianne says:

    Yes…GREAT POST!

  4. What a time saver! Now I can easily create my own database with these images. Thank you very much for making these images available.

  5. sauberfrau says:

    Thanks a lot for this information. I was looking for the download of the new urban chicks line “Dream On” and I didn’t found it. Will this line also be available in jpg-format?

    Thanks
    Alex

  6. This, is great, I Love to design my Quilts with Moda Fabrics

  7. vickya says:

    Very good interest to read. By Regards Wholesale Printing And Letterhead Design

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