Here some of these Deco Punchcards are presented as charts, others as cut-files and some as charts AND cut files.
Click on the folder below and download the zip-files which you need.
In the explanatory text "Hints..." you find a table with a survey.
Have fun knitting with the Passap Deco!
Download 2 files that enable you to make computer controlled die cutter punchcards
by Courtesy of Rumpledsilkskeins from Ravelry
She has made two Inkscape svg files for three different styles of punchcards! The
JAC40 for 4.5mm machines and a single file for either/both Passap
Please read what Rumpledsilkskeins explains about this offer:
"Die cutting machines, like the Cricut Expressions or the Silhouette
Cameo 2(like mine), can sketch like a plotter or use a minute knife in
the place of the pen to cut along design lines. Therefore, they can make
extremely intricate cutouts. So a punchcard is not a challenge to cut
IF you have the intricate graphics file of the punchcard you want to
cutout. SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphic which a different type of
graphic from a jpg (or a raster type graphic). Raster graphics distort
if you zoom them bigger. SVG files do not distort, meaning that the
edges stay very sharp and clear, if scaled to a different size. sharp
edges are necessary for cutting a line. SVG files are used by the
different die cutter machines’ software. Inkscape is the FREE programme
used to make the svg files. and is probably the easiest way to edit the
file into different patterns that can then be cut on the machines. The
different types of punchcards have different spacing of holes, of
course, but getting that spacing right WAS the challenge in designing
the svg files."