has more than 100 alphabets for your monogramming projects.
Some alphabets consist of capital letters only; some include
lower case, numbers, and punctuation. You can browse through
the wide variety by visiting the
Alphabets category here.
packs of letters and numbers. They're not "fonts" or .ttf
files, or files that you can install in a lettering program.
fonts both have benefits and detractions. Alphabets give a
better quality results than fonts, but the letters are placed
and stitched one at a time. You can merge letters together to
form words and monograms, as shown below.
are faster to use. But because they're created "on-the-fly"
with embroidery programs, they have insufficient lock-ins and
cover the fabric poorly. For the best quality, choose
you're going to add a three-letter monogram to a towel. You
can stitch one letter at a time, as you would any design. You
can also merge the designs together in a software program,
then send that as one design to your embroidery machine. This
concept is demonstrated below with Embird, a program available