March 20, 2010 HomeEmbroidery PatternsAlphabetsVintage Script Lettering For Monograms Vintage Script Lettering For Monograms By cherie Alphabets, Embroidery Patterns 16 Comments Alphabet embroidery patterns are just my type for monograms or maybe I’m just a wordsmith. Tags:initials, lettering, monograms, script Related Posts Perfect Pine Cones Embroidery Patterns Adorable Baby Embroidery Patterns Anchors Aweigh Embroidery Patterns 16 Comments Anwar | Embroidery Digitizing Excellent embroidery fonts that will never disappoint you for the quality. I can apply almost any type of manual stitches on these nice fonts. That’s satisfying. November 15, 2018 Jane Hill Thank you so much for these fonts, I’ve been looking for some nice ones but, then I found some fab ones here instead, xx March 6, 2015 Jackie Not only are monograms a lost art but legible handwriting is hard to find. The alphabet is beautiful as well as useful. Important words or sayings can be embroidered as well as innitials. June 5, 2013 cherie You are very welcome! We’re not the first generation to have this obsession since many of the vintage patterns that I buy have never been used. I’m always amazed at the sheer volume of designs that were available. August 18, 2012 Elisa Thank you for your patterns. I have recently re-discovered the joys of embroidery – I’ve long been a mad crafter in many mediums – but I’m loving this new obsession and your site is inspirational! August 14, 2012 cherie You are very welcome! It’s my mission to keep the art of hand embroidery alive 🙂 January 13, 2012 Misty Thank you so much. I have had quite an enjoyable time looking through your collection. I am definately adding your site to my favorites list. Thank you again. January 10, 2012 cherie Thank you! I’m also a fan of the lazy daisy and for me it’s appropriately named because I am a lazy stitcher. September 7, 2011 Julianna I’m in love with this site. I love the lazy daisy patterns. All of them actually. Thanks for putting this together. The world is a better place because of you! September 7, 2011 cherie Thank you! August 6, 2011 Karen Totally wish I had this a week ago! I have been all over the web and you have one of the best collections I’ve found yet! August 2, 2011 cherie You are most welcome! I believe we find comfort in surrounding ourselves with things from the past or new heirlooms that remind us of a life that was slow and simple. I hope your daughters enjoy the towels! July 25, 2011 Laurie Roe I had a list of things to do tonight and I can’t even remember one of them. It’s been a challenge to locate your website as I have looked for it off and on for a week or so. I learned how to embroider in junior high, but quit and didn’t pick it up again until a few months ago. Now I’m constantly searching for vintage embroidery patterns that resemble the ones on tea towels my grandmother made. They lasted for more than 40 years, and I’m determined to make mine last as long. I’ve already completed 10 towels and am working on ones to give my daughters for Christmas this year. Your website is awesome and I will visit it regularly now. Thank you so much for sharing your treasures with all of us. God bless. July 20, 2011 cherie Thank you! I’ve used fonts on occasion but I find the lettering expressly designed for embroidery never fails to produce fine results. May 17, 2011 Jen Thank you so much for posting so many versions of script. I love doing my own hand embroidery and had crafted my own out of graph paper but I didn’t have all the letters and some of them were stumping me. This is perfect! Thank you so much for sharing. And I love your name. I love making French Knots. 🙂 May 16, 2011 Neal Morgan Nice post you have here, thanks for posting, my it takes a long time to find good stukk on the net. But you have saved me messing up a table cloth i was going to print tomorrow, I’ll have to remember to reverce the text before i cut it out 🙂 CommentLuv April 15, 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.