Converting a SVG to EPS
May 18, 2011 3:21 PM Subscribe
Using free tools such as Inkscape, is there a way to turn my SVG into an EPS that a screenprinter can use to make jerseys?
posted by Doofus Magoo to technology (8 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I'm trying to DIY a logo for a soccer jersey. The T-shirt printer lady says she needs a 300 DPI EPS, which I totally grok. I read up a little on what that meant, and then went and found an SVG graphic very similar to the one here
. I opened the SVG in Inkscape, futzed around for a while (added the team name in an arc over the graphic, mostly), then exported it as EPS (I forget what options I chose). The T-shirt lady says, however, that they "can't open" it.
Is there an easy (i.e., relatively foolproof for a non-designer person) way to get my SVG file (which has the added text) convert to an EPS file that the T-shirt lady can use -- without spending $*00 on Illustrator?