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Floriani FTCU Fonts

Did you know that there are over 175 different Floriani FTCU Fonts?

That is a lot of fonts to sort through when you a looking for the perfect one for your embroidery design.

I have created a PDF of sample images of all of the fonts from FTCU. If you would like a copy of these font samples, fill out the form at the end of this blog post and I will email it to you.

Here are samples of each of the FTCU fonts:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is just a small sample of the first few FTCU fonts. As I said, there are 175+ Floriani FTCU Fonts. Lots to choose from!

If you would like a copy of this pdf of the sample fonts, please fill out the form below and it will be sent to your email inbox.

Do you need help with learning FTCU?

I  would love to help you learn to digitize your own embroidery designs. You are invited to join the Embroidery Gatherings Membership Club.

There are over 75 step-by-step written lessons and videos to help you learn to digitize and edit your own embroidery designs using the FTCU software. The lessons will also show you how to resize and edit purchased designs as well as explain lots of “how to do” questions.

All of the lessons are self-paced written lessons that have a pdf download and you can watch the videos as many times as you would like.

Click HERE to find more information!

When you join, your membership is a Lifetime Membership and anytime you have digitizing questions, you can contact me at: paula@embroiderygatherings.com. Your questions are important to me and I will send you an answer ASAP.

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16 thoughts on “Floriani FTCU Fonts”

    1. Hi Kayla,
      You can get the PDF by filling out the form at the end of the blog post above. The PDF be sent to your email.
      Thank you for your interest!
      Paula

    1. Hi Grace,
      You can get the PDF by filling out the form at the end of the blog post about the FTCU font. It will then be sent to your email.
      Thank you for your interest!
      Paula

    1. Hi Jennifer,
      You can get the PDF by filling out the form at the end of the blog post about the FTCU font. It will then be sent to your email.
      Thank you for your interest!
      Paula

    1. Hi Rosemary,
      You can get a copy of the PDF emailed to you by filling out the email subscribe box at the end of this post. You can download the PDF from that email. Thank you for your interest!
      Paula

  1. I am trying to type a line of test (a quote) using a qtr. inch font. The words stitch fine in bx, but there are no spaces between the words, even if I use two spaces between each word. What would you recommend?

    1. Hi Susan,
      You can manually move each of the words using the text edit mode.

      In the sequence view, select the text. Then, on the workspace, RIGHT click on the word and in the menu, choose EDIT TEXT. Now you should see little BLUE diamonds between the letters. Left click on one of those blue diamonds that is between two words. Drag the diamond to the right and all of the letters will move. You can continue to move each of the words as needed.

      If you click on a diamond before any of the letters, you can also move the position of any of the letters.
      Hope this helps!
      Paula

  2. Hi,
    I would love a PDF of the Floriani Fonts. I was asked to sew a name or monogram on the “inside” of a tie – STRESS! I may have to sew on the outside. I’ve never seen a small font that looked clean to me??
    Thank you so much!
    Carol

    1. Hi Carol,
      You can have the PDF emailed to you by filling out the email subscribe box at the end of this post. The lesson pdf will be emailed to you and you can download it from that email. It works that way for any of the PDF lessons that you would like to have.
      Also, FTCU has several small size fonts that are specifically digitized to stitch well at a very small size. You can find them in the properties box. After you have placed text on your workspace, then choose the small fonts in the dropdown list of fonts in the properties box. They work very well for these kinds of projects.
      Good luck!
      ~ Paula

  3. This is awesome!! I have been searching and searching how to print out a sample of the fonts that come with FTCU! Please send me a copy of the PDF!
    Thanks so much!!
    Sue

    1. Hi Sue,
      You can have the PDF emailed to you by filling out the email subscribe box at the end of this post. It will be emailed to you and you can download it from that email. It works that way for any of the PDF lessons that you would like to have.
      ~ Paula

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