A lot of single-line and hairline fonts are on the more formal side. So I decided to take one of my favorite quirky handwriting fonts, MUGGSY, and convert it to single-line format! It has all the same features, but in a format built for sketch pens, foil quill, engraving, infusible ink pens, and more!
MUGGSY has two uppercase-height alphabets (with a few lowercase-style letters like a and e in the lowercase set), plus a full set of 63 "smallternates" -- the same letters, numbers, and ampersand sized down, so they can be mixed in with the full-size letters for variety. Plus 30 double-letter ligature sets, and a few additional alternates! You also get a ton of punctuation, and my usual 300+ extended Latin characters for language support, for a total of over 600 glyphs.
Even though these are TTF files, all of the alternates are OpenType coded and PUA-encoded, for easy access in a ton of programs. You can even use these fonts in vector programs like Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, Affinity Designer, Inkscape, and more! Just apply a stroke and not a fill, and you can make the font as heavy or light as you like, then expand the text to outlines!
Single-line and hairline fonts aren't your ordinary fonts; they can't be used for word processing, printing, or cutting. They're meant for a sketch pen, foil quill, engraving tool, infusible ink pen, or any other stylus or nib that draws letters with a single line instead of an outline. This font comes in both a single-line version and a hairline version; different software programs will use different formats. Not sure which format you need? You can download and install both!
These fonts have been tested in Cricut Design Space, Silhouette Studio Designer Edition, Adobe Illustrator CC, Inkscape, CorelDRAW, Affinity Designer, and Rhinoceros 6. Due to issues with Brother Canvas Workspace, I cannot guarantee that my hairline fonts will work in that program; Brother users will want to create designs in an alternate program such as Illustrator or Inkscape, save to SVG, and import those into Canvas Workspace.
Please ensure you're familiar with single-line and hairline fonts before purchasing. And be sure to download the two PDF files; one is a guide to help with which font to select, and the other puts all of the alternates, ligatures, and extras at your fingertips!
Also, note: these are going to look really, really weird in the font previewer down below. That's totally OK! :)