Help To Identify Font For Attached File

fayala70's picture

Need help to identify embroidery font. Thanks for your help!

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defiantone's picture

hm. only two letters... try ITC Zapf Chancery

fayala70's picture

Thank you so much for the quick reply!

fayala70's picture

Thanks you for the quick reply!

charles ellertson's picture

FontFont fonts are expensive. IF you're looking for a sample of a *typeface* to use as a model for hand stitching, and IF a chancery is to be that model, here is a place where you can get them legitimately, for free.

http://www.fontspace.com/category/chancery

particularly -- though the W is different --

http://www.fontspace.com/gust-e-foundry/texgyrechorus

A generally more useful site for free fonts is font squirrel

http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/list/category/Calligraphic

If you're really after a *font*, that is, some software that will be used (more or less automatically) to drive a printing press, laser printer, sign-painting machine, or in your case, a sewing machine, you may need to keep looking

hrant's picture

Charles, why did you just randomly say that FontFont fonts are expensive?

BTW, although for many projects you can get away with using a free/cheap font, that does not mean there's zero correlation between price and quality.

hhp

fayala70's picture

Thank you Charles!

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