CROSS STITCH Commerical Font


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YouTube License grants TTF permission only

One of my first typefaces from 2011 where I started to use a grid sections of similar shaped images for the design process by turning off or on locations for the stems and crossbars I guess this was the precursor for my ALPHABRIX typeface @ this time BRIX instead of STITCHES were used to the same effect.

If anyone would like my Wife's Photoshop files that will allow you to create a Cross Stitch Pattern from any picture then drop me an e-mail then payment via PayPal of $7.50 and it's yours via password encrypted archive file, example of Spider-Man has been posted for you to look at.

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PostScript Type 1 is a font standard developed by Adobe that is usable by any computer system. TrueType is a type of font developed in the 1980s between Apple and Microsoft that offers greater control over how fonts display. It became the most common format for fonts for a time. OpenType is the successor to TrueType, developed by Adobe and Microsoft. It contains both PostScript and TrueType outlines, and it can be used on Mac and Windows operating systems without conversion.
OpenType can include more font features like old-type numbers, ligatures and languages for a font. This format is used for our standard desktop single user license, the desktop logo license also includes printing rights for electronic media.
We supply either the basic webfont bundle by itself or as part of the Company License that is shipped with the editable OTF version. A webfont is a special font kit for use on websites using the CSS @font-face declaration.
The standard webfont comes with four files: TTF (True Type Font WebOnly™ disabled for desktop use); WOFF (Web Open Font Format) ; EOT (Embedded OpenType) file and an SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) file.
Each one is designed to target different browsers. You will need a minimum of these four when using webfonts to build your company website.
Since 2017 only deliver your typeface orders using our secure folder on box, in order to expedite your order we ask all customers to register for a FREE personal account using the following link @
Due to the nature of digital delivery as soon as the order as been marked as shipped we will be unable to offer any refunds in line with our online company policy.


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