Nothing is more personal than a monogram. Choosing the right font can help you say so much about you, your family, your event, or your business with only a few letters.
Master Circle is a popular favorite in DIY circles, most likely because of its outline effect that makes it easy to transfer onto textiles as an embroidery. Of course, you can also use it in your digital documents and projects, especially if you’re going for a retro look.
A font for those who dare to be different, Etiquette Font commands attention with its extra-thick strokes and encircled characters. It’s perfect for logos and titles, but it would also work great for monograms in an unconventional type of design.
I know this response is a few years after the original post, so I’m not sure if anyone will see it. These are not embroidery fonts. Unless you convert them to .pes or whatever type of file your embroidery machine uses, you won’t be able to use them for an embroidery monogram. They are .ttf files or true type font, and they are meant to be used on your computer. I think with digitizing software you could probably digitize the letters and save them as your file type of choice. I’m not sure about circuit or silhouette or any of the vinyl cutting machines/software. Hope this helps someone.
This monogram font proves that not all monogram fonts have to look like they just shipped from the 17th century. A modern, geometric font that comes in two variants Lowercase characters don’t have a border around them, so you can combine them with uppercase for some truly eye-catching effects.
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