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Design for embroidery alphabet "Amano"

This font has been added on request.

Amano is a more or less free hand drawn alphabet. The letters have thicker and thinner parts, they are not all of the same size and aren't exactly placed on one line. That's the reason why when you translate the letters to cross stitch patterns they must be relatively big.

Below pictures of the capitals, the small letters and figures in two sizes. Feel free to add or to delete one or two stitches if you think the result is better.

You have permission to copy and/or print the working drawings for own use. If you send me a photograph with the result I put it on this site.

Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 1
Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 1

Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 2
Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 2

Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 3
Amono alphabet, embroidery pattern, plate 3

All translations in cross stitch by Jos Hendriks.

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