Depends on which brand you own. Here is the type of font you could add to your software. Though some of these fonts can be best. But the real flaw of using stitch file fonts is that. They are not keyboard-based. Instead, they look elsewhere or get creative. Find out how to get the fonts right is crucial for a good emb design.


Wilcom is known as a world-class leader in emb lettering. Its embroidery allows laymen to take an edge of high-quality digitized fonts. That is added with WILCOM , Composer and Digitizer Embroidery Personalizer.


Different fonts have diff limits. Wilcom Embroidery includes many “system fonts”. These fonts are digitized fonts by experts. That have been digitized and programmed one by one to work within the software program. You also have TrueType Fonts (TTF) .Where Wilcom Emb can auto give rise to stitches based on the TTF artwork.


 All fonts will have specific limits that need to be noted. Take a look at the chart of fonts that are put in your wilcom Embroidery software.


It is also imp to keep in mind that the size of a font will differ .It depends on if it’s written in upper or lowercase lettering. Lowercase lettering is approx. 70% of the height of uppercase. Keep this in mind when you make sure that your lettering is contained in the parameters. Take a look at some of the examples that use popular fonts below.


Min: .4in/10mm Max: 2.0in/50mm

Edwardian Script

Min: .5in/12mm Max: 2.0in/50mm

Run Stitch (Block)

Min: .2in/4mm Max: .25in/6mm


Min: .25in/6mm Max: 1.6in/40mm

Times New Roman

Min: .25in/6mm Max: 1.6in/40mm


Min: .5in/13mm Max: 2.0in/50mm

Serif 1

Min: .25in/6mm Max: 1.2in/30mm


Get Lettering Right the First Time

To Choose the right sized emb lettering is vital to ensure high quality designs. When your lettering gets too large or too small. It can distort and the results may not be what you hope for. To get the right lettering size it is vital to view your font. If the lettering is lower or uppercase and what type of, if any, monogramming you used.