Sure Cuts A Lot 4 Basics - Lattice function

*Note- SCAL4 pro used.

1- Open SCAL4 software.

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2- Select a shape in the library. I have used a square.

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3- Resize the square to the size you would like your lattice.

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4- Go to Effects > Lattice.

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5- A new window will appear. This is the lattice setting window.

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6- Here in the lattice settings you can change the width of the lattice.

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7- You can also adjust the gap, which will make your lattice thinner.

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8- you can also change the angle, making the lattice straight and not on a diagonal angle.

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9- You can also rotate the lattice effect.

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10- You can also inverse. This will then cut the inside not the actual lattice.

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11- You also have a small drop down menu to adjust the lines.

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12- You can choose horizontal lines

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13- Or vertical lines. and depending on where you have the angle they can be straight vertical.

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14- Once you are happy click OK. The lattice will appear on your design mat and you can now color fill and resize to your needs.

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