- "Btw, the data for the patterns is stored as the raw bytes it sends via the Link Cable. The software builds a buffer for the packet, and for the data section of the packet, it just copies specific sections of the ROM. So, if you change the data at that ROM address, you change pattern it creates.
- To get fully customized patterns, you'd need to alter the code that creates the actual packet though. Otherwise, if you just edit those ROM addresses, you're still limited in certain ways, (e.g. you still have to have the same number of stitching points as the original pattern, you wouldn't be able to do something shorter or longer)"