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Stich and Sew
The primary purpose of the Stitch and Sew tool is to join together object edges that have the same number of points. The tool works in all three modes (point, edge and polygon). However, it works with somewhat limited functionality in the polygon mode. In most cases, a selection is required.
To use the Stitch And Sew tool, in point or edge mode select the edges that you want to join. Click and drag from the first edge to the other edge. While you drag, a highlighted line will appear that connects the two edges. Release the mouse button to apply the change.
You can also use the Stitch And Sew tool to cap arches or circles in point mode (see sphere example, above). An even number of points is required.
The following functionality works in all three modes:
The tool works differently in polygon mode. This mode only makes sense if a polygon strip is selected that is a single polygon wide.
You can modify the functionality using the
If you hold down the
Or if you hold down the
Using Stitch And Sew when no elements are selected
In point or edge mode, if no points or edges are selected, you can drag individual points or edges onto neighboring elements to weld them together. If you simultaneously hold down the Ctrl-key the join will be at the position halfway between the two elements.