Using the QR Code and Custom Design Creator in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch)
Animal crossing: new horizons on Switch allows players to create personalized clothing and share it with others online. There are many ways to share the parts you create, and there are many ways to create custom gear for people.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to create and share custom templates.
Make custom designs
One way to create templates is to use this template editor website. It allows you to create designs in your browser or even upload images, which it will convert into an Animal Crossing design. From there, it will allow you to save the model with a QR code which you can scan and import into your game.
You can then create patterns in the game. New Horizons, you can create clothes almost immediately using the simple pattern tool. Once your tent has become a home, buy the Custom Design Editor for 800 corner miles of Corner stop. This will allow you to create more sophisticated designs for all kinds of clothing, like hoodies or beanies.
Sharing with QR codes
If you import a code from the above design creator or from Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you will need the Nintendo Switch Online app for Android or iOS. Once logged in with your Nintendo Account, you will be able to access Corner link.
Press the More button on the New Horizons the title screen to link your character to your Nintendo Account and use the app to scan the QR code.
After scanning it, open your designs on your Nook phone and press the More button to download the design.
Sharing the Able Sisters store
This method requires a Nintendo Switch online subscription.
After building Nook’s Cranny, My beauty will come to visit your city. After visiting several times, she will ask you to place a land to open her store on your island.
At the back of the Capable sisters the shop will be a Custom designs kiosk. Here you can upload and download designs.
After uploading a design, Animal crossing: new horizons will give you a long string of numbers and letters. Enter the string of numbers and letters to download other people’s drawings.