Typestyles

Hebrew Typefaces:

Typestyle is a personal preference and, fortunately, I have quite a few to choose from!  The styles on the chart below are considered standard, which means that I can produce the wording in these Hebrew fonts.  Click on the image for a larger view:

STANDARD HEBREW TYPEFACES

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I can vary the appearance with italics and, for an additional charge, can outline the letters (in another color, if you wish) or reverse the process so that the letters are only an outline.  Price depends on the amount of text.  Also look at the last line and note that letters can be produced in a regular satin stitch or with a complex fill, but if the lettering is large, it will automatically be done in a fill stitch to avoid snagging of the threads.

TEXT VARIATIONS (may be additional charge)

Below are a few “specialty” typefaces.  These were professionally digitized as individual letters and each letter has to be set up one at a time.  This is a time-consuming process which makes them expensive.  One or two of them are available in a slightly smaller size, but they are not for an entire blessing — only an accent of no more than 3-4 words.  I’m happy to quote a price once I see the text.  Click on the image for a larger view:

SPECIALTY TYPEFACES (additional cost)

 

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For labels and other embroidery in English, I can convert any Window-compatible true-type font (TTF.)  These are some of the nicest ones (print and script) that stitch out well.  There is a serif and non-seric choice and a few scripts.  Both caps and lower case are shown.  Click on the image for a larger view:

 

 

ENGLISH TYPEFACES