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    Here is a link to a neat and simple-to-use software.
    Celtic Knot Font - Create custom Celtic Knotwork on your computer! It allows you to simply use your keyboard to create elaborate or simple celtic type designs. Create a pattern and just change font size to fit your particular purpose. Often used in leather work but, should fit into scroll work nicely.
    Hope you find it fun

    Regis
    An old beginner leaping in.

    Pleased with my new EX-16.

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    I went to the website and it was information overload. I didn't try to download the "font" but saw that they have a lot of STUFF for sale. Everything seemed reasonable in pricing, but I didn't really understand what format things came in.

    What did you download or buy and what has your experience been?

    Any screen shots or pictures?

    Steve.
    Steve.
    EX-16, DW-788, Dremel 1680

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Steve_S View Post
      I went to the website and it was information overload. I didn't try to download the "font" but saw that they have a lot of STUFF for sale. Everything seemed reasonable in pricing, but I didn't really understand what format things came in.

      What did you download or buy and what has your experience been?

      Any screen shots or pictures?

      Steve.
      What you get is a differen set of fonts and simply type them from your keyboard. Change font size to whatever suites you.
      I bought the 2 basic fonts a few years ago and used in leather carving but, will use them here as a get better with scroll saw.

      Here is a simple pattern and the keyboard layout. Hope it makes sense. You'll have to click on the keyboard to see it large enough.
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      An old beginner leaping in.

      Pleased with my new EX-16.

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        Thanks a bunch!! Can't wait for payday
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