Fonts play an important role in our life – they are an element of visual communication, and as such, they need to be selected with the utmost care, when to be used in design projects. Know this that the fonts affect the success of the designs – after all, each font has its quirks and traits. That it brings to the design taking your design project to a higher level.
One such font is the ‘stitched font’ – not only they are pleasing to look at, but they can also be a great addition to any logos of websites that focus on hand-made crafts.
So, come and let’s take a look at some of the best (yes, they are free, too!) ‘stitch fonts’ that you can add to your collection of fonts.
If you are looking for a cute and roundish type of stitch font for your design project! this font has to be it.
This font features the letters in round form, and thus, making it a perfect choice for design projects that are related to kids, such as storybooks or even kids animation video if you so want!
Home sweet home
If you have a blog that focuses on sewing, then, this font is the one that you should have. Consisting of uppercase letters, this font features the letters in cross-stitched form, and apart from sewing blogs, you can also use in design projects that feature hand-made products.
Hack & Slash
This font is purely a hand-drawn font – and thus, it comes off as a perfect fit for design projects that features products such as hand-made bags, pouches, and even scarfs, to name a few.
Consisting of uppercase letters, this font is free to use for both personal and commercial projects. This font also features a saccharine cross-stitch font and is a must add to any design projects.
Looking for a squiggly-type of a font?
Opt for this font! it features a hand-drawn font whose appearance is that of squiggly letters, and thus, it is a perfect fit for projects that features hand-made yet cute small products such as toys, ceramic bowls, to name a few.
Another cross-stitch font, this font features both uppercase and lowercase letters. It is free to use for both personal and commercial design projects.
It is a great choice for logos or in any books that feature sewing projects.
This is a cross-stitch font, alright, but it is quite a minimalistic one – featuring both uppercase and lowercase letters. Also, this font is a must to use in design projects that feature textile design, and even hand-made products.
Goodbye crewel world
Also a cross-stitch font, this font has the appearance of roundish letters in the form of cross-stitched letters. It also appears to be in bold form, and thus, it is a good choice to use in logos or as titles on book covers.
Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters. Also, this cross-stitch font is a perfect fit to be used in design projects that are focused on branding.
Despite being a cross-stitch font, it has a bold look, and so, it’s a must to add in your collection of fonts, if you work mainly on branding projects.
Just like the name, this font will be a great fit to be used in design projects that are more on the hand-made side, such as sewing.
Consisting of both lowercase and uppercase letters and this font features the letters in jagged form, just like when a beginner learns to sew and it ends up being irregular. That said, this font can also be used in other design projects Like logos, or as main typographical content on web banners.
If you are looking for a cross-stitch font for design projects that pertains to branding such as book cover titles or say poster headings, then, this font is for you.
Featuring both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font is free to use for both personal and commercial projects.
On the hunt for a unique cross-stitch font?
Opt for this font – consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font looks like it’s been cut straight out of black paper, and thus, would make for a perfect fit for design projects that features hand-drawn projects that related to art such as logos for graphic portfolio sites or even that of an illustrator, for instance.
This font is suitable for design projects that are related to kiddies such as kids’ fabrics, or even toys, and as such, this font features letters that give off a cuddly kind of vibe, that will make you want to squeeze the font!
Heh, if only that’s possible!
Consisting of uppercase letters, this font has the appearance of letters created with a plain stitch, and thus, this font is the perfect choice for sewing projects. Surely, you can use it in other design projects, but sewing projects is where this font will shine.
Also a plain stitch font, this font consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters. And thus, it will be a great addition to design projects that leans towards the hand-made industry.
This font also consists of special characters and punctuations, and as such, will be a great addition to your fonts’ collection.
Just like a needle when used to create letters on fabric in perfect balance, this font, too, has that appearance. This is a great choice for designing projects that feature sewings such as sewing eBooks, notes, and blogs.
It consists of both lowercase and uppercase letters.
Available in TTF format, this font consists of uppercase letters and is a great font to go for if you want to create a stylish logo.
This font features the look of letters created by cutting out of scraped paper, and then, stitched along the border. A great find to add to your font collection if you are more of the artistic type.
This font is a stitch font, but more than that, it’s also considered to be a floral font. The reason being that this font has florals lining the outline of the letters.
This font consists of uppercase letters and has two versions. One version comes with black font and the other is of a white-toned font.
Stash of dashes
This font, although a stitch font, gives off a minimalistic vibe and as such. This font will be suitable for creating logos for minimalistic websites or even design projects relating to interior design.
It consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters and is free to use for both personal and commercial projects.
This font consists of uppercase letters and features two variations – white-toned font and black-toned font.
This font has the appearance of cut-out figures from a magazine, and thus, makes it a great choice for creating logos.