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    I am having trouble locating a cursive script font to use for scrolling. Carolyn (Tulsa Scroller) posted the attached, but I am not having any luck finding the font.

    Would you please share any fonts that you use for cursive script that I can get downloaded for some projects for Christmas presents?

    Thanks in advance!!
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    Try team spirit.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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    • #3
      another option is Handwritten, you can find the download here Script > Handwritten fonts | dafont.com
      Note: there are 83 pages of different style writing.
      Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the info. I assume to make them scroll worthy, you either do not fully complete the loops or use a vector type program to "erase" the completed loop to something that will avoid drops?

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        • #5
          Sounds like a plan to me with whatever font you go with..........eager to see your results.
          Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

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          • #6
            You can use the "Formal" font and make your own bridges.
            Don

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            • #7
              Cotillion. This is the font I would use. If you are cutting letters from the wood then you will have to add bridges to prevent floaters. If you are making letters from wood (using the cut out part) then maybe a small bridge to the dots of i and j would be needed.

              Mike

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