Inside: 44 Free Monogram Fonts
Monograms are so much fun to show-off initials, display decorative style, and add a personal touch to anything. There are so many different ways to feature a monogram and a variety of types! I’ve compiled a list of some of the best monogram fonts to use for Silhouette, SVG, and embroidery; some that are interlocking, in the shape of a circle, or a fancy script, and others that are just my absolute favorites.
No matter what you plan to monogram–a cup, a pillow, a framed print, or piece of jewelry…there’s literally a monogram font for everything and I’ve got the best of the best for you right here!
Pretty Fonts for Sewn Monograms
Who remembers being a kid and having everything monogramed? From beach towels to bags, to an apron for mom… everything is better with initials sewn into them. Here are a few pretty fonts for when the need to trace and sew in a monogram takes over. These would be a great start to our monogram wreath, or a pretty way to design and print your own summer printable tattoos.
Here’s the best tutorial I’ve seen on taking these pretty monogram fonts and transferring them to clothing the easy way.
Free monogram fonts for SVG & Silhouette
And for the days when hand sewing just won’t cut it, make everything easier using one of our favorite monogram machines.
This version of the Silhouette will even allow for vinyl prints which means you can now monogram anything, even the car!
And this printable transfer paper roll is the best option for taking the free monogram fonts and transferring them to anything.
Free fonts to embroider a monogram
We created an entire post of just free script fonts to give an even larger selection of this section, but here are a few great ones to try out on your embroidery machine at home.
Free monogram fonts for embroidery: DBE: Abraham Lincoln | ARQ: League Gothic | OTG: Bellasic | LCW: Flatley | PEF: Henry Rodeo Circus | HJL: Gessele | VMR: Lucida Bright | ZDF: Bodoni MT | IWT: Agency
Lastly just a few favorite that are great for anything you can dream up, here are a couple fun ideas if you’re looking for more monogram inspiration:
- Monogram your heart out for DIY back to school supplies.
- Make creative DIY birthday gifts that your family will adore.
- Print off one of these free monogram fonts in large form to finger knit your own home decor.