PDF Stitcher

by Charlotte Curtis

PDF Stitcher is a utility to stitch together and modify line properties of PDF sewing patterns

PDFStitcher was developed to help sewists convert print-at-home PDF sewing patterns into a single large file suitable for use with a projector. Just like printing and taping together a paper pattern, PDFStitcher takes the specified page range, amount to trim from each page, and number of rows or columns and assembles the pages together to form a complete pattern.


  • Stitch together pages in any order with specified number of rows/columns
  • Rotate pages for stitching
  • Add a margin around the final output
  • Trim or overlap the edges of each page by a specified amount
  • Add blank pages by including zeros in the page list (e.g. 1-5,0,6-10)
  • Layers are automatically preserved if present in the source document
  • Exclude layers (either deactivate or remove)
  • Modify line properties (colour, thickness, style (solid, dashed, dotted))

Changes in version 0.8.5

about 2 months ago
Installed Size~256 MB
Download Size82 MB
Available Architecturesaarch64, x86_64
LicenseMozilla Public License 2.0

Installs over time

Manual Install

Make sure to follow the setup guide before installing

flatpak install flathub com.github.cfcurtis.pdfstitcher


flatpak run com.github.cfcurtis.pdfstitcher